The actress is promoting her latest movie “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” where she will star together with the talented actors Tom Hanks and Thomas Horn. The most recent interview she released was for Access Hollywood. Reporters took the opportunity to ask Sandra Bullock a few personal questions and they thus, found out that the 47-year-old star is preparing a ridiculous Christmas party for Louis. Read the full article and discover what the actress has in mind.
When reporters asked her if she plans to buy any gifts for her 2-year-old baby, Louis, Sandra joked that she will give him nothing. She then justified her decision by saying that the less you give, the less they expect, so it will be cheaper for her because Louis will not expect to get any presents from her.
Using the same comic style that has fascinated fans all over the world, the actress told Access Hollywood that she is only joking; in fact, she plans to throw a ridiculously lavish party for Louis. Why she does it? Because she wants to be able to show Louis that she was a good mother when he will accuse her of being a terrible mom during the puberty period. Moreover, the funny brunette plans to make as many photos as possible during this year’s Christmas party because Louis won’t be able to remember it when he grows up.
Seeing that she is such a good mother we expect Sandra to expand her family very soon. However, she replied that she has no plans for the moment and she is grateful for what she has.
The 47-year-old celebrity also talked about her latest motion picture. Based on her statements, the movie “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” is about a young boy who loses his father during the 9/11 attacks. Sandra confessed that the story was very emotional for her because she was in New York when the tragedy took place. Sandra was staying with her sister and her brother-in-law at a hotel where she could see the second plane hit the World Trade Center. Even though she did not suffer any personal loss that day, the actress was deeply affected by other people’s sorrow.