Sandra Bullock isn’t the world wide web’s biggest fan because of a little movie she starred in back in 1995.
The 57-year-old revealed she’s not on social media for her film The Net.
During a conversation on The Jess Cagle Show, co-host Julia Cunningham asked the Oscar winner if the ’90s action thriller was the reason she wasn’t on any social media platforms.
Bullock jokingly replied, “I learned a lot.”
The Blind Side actress added, “We met real hackers and I remember people were like, ‘Does this exist? Do you think we could actually order a pizza from your computer?’ And I said, ‘Yes.’”
“The Net” also starred Jeremy Northam and Dennis Miller, and followed Bullock as a computer programmer for a software company. She unmasks a government conspiracy while trying to make sure her identity doesn’t get wiped off the face of the earth.
In 2018, the mother-of-two told InStyle that she didn’t feel compelled to go on the Gram.
She quipped: “Oh god, I would have had a glass of rose wine and I would have cried out in tears [slurs voice],That’s not the truth!'”
“I don’t know what’s happening out there,” she added. “I look over people’s shoulders and I’m like, ‘What is that little cat on a fan?’ i’m just lazy But I’ll go for it and troll my friends. Once my kids use it I will know how to navigate with it. I don’t want to be naive.”
Bullock is currently starring alongside Channing Tatum, Brad Pitt and Daniel Radcliffe in her new action comedy The Lost City.
She revealed to People on the red carpet at the film’s premiere last week that her daughter Laila and Tatum’s daughter Everly had some beef in the preschool playground.
“Channing and I used to get phone calls from our school’s principal because our daughters were at each other’s throats,” Bullock told the outlet the story. “It’s no longer the case, but like one of them trying to outdo the other and bring the other down. It was funny.”
She then joked, “So we always prayed that when we were called into the office, it was each other’s daughters.”
But now the two girls are best friends after the duo’s parents filmed their new movie.
Bullock noted, “They’re both equally suited and they were both equally strong, but now we’ve had a month to quarantine them during filming and it’s been a love fest.
“Only sleepovers, everyone in my bed. It was everyone, not Channing. only the children Channing had the night off, he was out with his buddies,” she explained.