Sandra Bullock declares she's taking a pause from acting
Famous Hollywood actress Sandra Bullock back in March, in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, said she was going to take a break from work.
In a recent conversation with The Hollywood Reporter, the star spoke in detail about the upcoming timeout.
Bullock expressed her hope that she would stick to a lighter schedule in the near future. The actress noted that she is looking forward to living at her own pace.
"I don't want to be dependent on anyone's schedule other than my own," Bullock admitted.
The star also spoke about the great fatigue that she began to experience in recent years. "I got very burned out. I'm so tired, and I'm incapable of making healthy, sensible decisions, and I know it," she admitted.
Sandra added that while she's grateful for the success, she's had, the implications for her personal life worry her even more. "Work has always been a continuous affair for me, and I have been very lucky.
I realized that perhaps this is becoming my mainstay. It's like constantly opening the refrigerator and looking for something that was never in it. I said to myself: "Stop looking for it here because it's not here.
You already have it, install it, find it, and everything will be fine without a job in which you can establish yourself," the actress concluded.
When the star was asked when she would return to her acting career, Sandra replied that she did not know yet.
In the near future, Sandra Bullock can be seen on the screen in the movie "Fast Bullets." The world premiere is scheduled for July 14.
The actress rose to fame in 1994 after starring in the movie Speed with Keanu Reeves. She was the highest-paid actress in the world in both 2010 and 2014 and won an Oscar in 2009 for her performance in The Blind Side.