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Sandra Bullock Reveals “Unforgivable” Career Moment

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Hot on the heels of her candid convo on Red Table Talk, Sandra Bullock hit the red carpet for the premiere of her new film The Unforgivable.

In the film, she plays a woman convicted of murder as she searches for the little sister she was forced to leave behind. The drama also starring Viola Davis, Rob Morgan and Jon Bernthal marks Bullock’s return to Netflix since her widely popular film Birdbox. 

(L-R) Jon Bernthal, Nora Fingscheidt, and Sandra Bullock attend the Netflix LA Premiere Of The Unforgivable on November 30, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Netflix)

She initially told HipHollywood on the red carpet she has no regrets when it comes to her career before admitting there was once a role she didn’t give her all to.

“There’s a role that I wish I would have done better because I wasn’t fully baked emotionally to understand what should have been,” she explained without saying which film. “And I think about that one a lot. I go if I could do that one over again. It was special but I should have been better.”

 

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Bullock also opened up about her motherhood journey and her experience parenting two Black children during a candid conversation on Red Table Talk.

Bullock welcomed two children via adoption: son Louis in 2010, and daughter Laila in 2015. During her chat with Jada Pinkett-Smith, Adrienne Bandfield and Willow Smith, the actress admits that she “sometimes” wishes she and her kids had the same skin color.

RELATED: How Sandra Bullock Keeps Her Kids In Check 

“To say that I wish our skins matched, sometimes I do. Because then it would be easier on how people approach us,” Bullock explains. “And I have the same feelings as a woman with brown skin being her babies or a white woman with white babies.”

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