When Sandra Bullock Revealed About The Bizzare ‘Pens Facial’ She Had: “You’ll Run To Your Local Facialist & Say ‘Give Me The Pens’”

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Sandra Bullock is one of the successful actresses in Hollywood. She is well known for films like Miss Congeniality, Two Weeks Notice, The Proposal, The Heat, and Ocean’s 8. She once advised bizarre skincare treatment that left everyone baffled. Scroll down to know more.

Back in 2018, A Time To Kill actress appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show wherein she revealed the cutting-edge skincare trend she partakes in to keep her skin looking the way it does. She called the treatment a pe*is facial.


Sandra Bullock began by saying, “It’s this way in which one forces, through micro-needling—it’s like a little roller with these…many of you know it. It pushes through the skin and ruptures the collagen and you look like a burn victim for a day, but then it pushes—” Ellen DeGeneres interjected, “What are you pushing into the skin?”

Sandra Bullock’s Children: Everything To Know About Oscar Winner’s 2 Kids

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Sandra Bullock adopted two children, including her 11-year-old son Louis and nine-year-old daughter Laila. Learn more about them here.

Sandra Bullock, 57, is not only an incredible actress, she’s also an incredible mom! The Speed star is the proud parent of two children she adopted over the years, including son Louis, 11, and daughter Laila, 9, and has gushed over them on numerous occasions. Although she initially chose to keep their adoptions private, when she did opt to announce them to the world, she was overjoyed and they are now clearly two of the most important people in her life.

Despite living as a single mom during both adoptions, Sandra is now happily dating LA-based photographer Bryan Randall and he’s been helping her raise the kids since 2015. “The kids consider Bryan their father and he calls them his children. They’re a happy little family,” a source told Closer in Aug. 2020. “It’s very sweet. They make sure the children are well balanced and don’t live a ‘Hollywood’ life.”

Learn more about Sandra’s children and how they became a part of her life below.

Louis Bullock

When Sandra first applied to adopt Louis, who was born in New Orleans, LA in Jan. 2010, she was still with then husband Jesse James. Although Louis started living with them shortly after his birth in 2010, the couple kept the news private until after the Oscars that March. Sandra ended up filing for divorce from James a month later but still proceeded with the adoption process on her own.

In an interview with Parenting in June 2018, Sandra revealed that “something told [her]” to adopt son Louis after “Hurricane Katrina happened in New Orleans” and she’s been smitten ever since. When it comes to the young boy’s personality, Sandra admitted that Louis is a caring soul and shared a sweet story about when she put him to bed one night, in an older interview with PEOPLE.

“[I] told [Louis] that even when I’m old and gray and more wrinkly than I am now, I’ll still love him and want to tuck him in,” she explained to the outlet. “And he asked why I have wrinkles, and I said, ‘Well, I hope some of them are from laughing so much.’ And he touched my face and said, ‘You’re not old, you’re just happy.’”

Laila Bullock

Sandra adopted Laila, who was also from Louisiana, in 2015 and announced the happy news in Dec. 2015, when she appeared on the cover of PEOPLE with the then three-year-old. She called the little girl ” a fighter” when she talked about her personality to InStyle in May 2018. “Laila is just unafraid. She’s a fighter, and that’s the reason she’s here today,” the doting mom gushed during an interview with the outlet. “She fought to keep her spirit intact. Oh my God, what she is going to accomplish. She’s going to bring some real change.”

She also called her a “superhero” during another interview in 2010. “She’s our world superhero,” she told Jada Pinkett Smith during an appearance on Red Table Talk in May 2020. “She’s the one that’s going to save the world in our family.”

An interview with TODAY, which can be seen above, also had Sandra gushing over the cuties when she named them her number one priority. “I can tell you absolutely, the exact right children came to me at the exact right time,” she told host Hoda Kotb, who admitted Sandra inspired her to adopt her own daughter.

Netflix Reveals Premiere Dates for Adam McKay’s ‘Don’t Look Up,’ Sandra Bullock Starrer ‘The Unforgivable,’ More Fall Movies

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Jake Gyllenhaal in ‘The Guilty.’

Netflix unveiled the release dates for its packed lineup for the rest of the year.

The streaming platform is set to release highly anticipated films like The Harder They Fall with all-star cast Jonathan Majors, Zazie Beetz, Delroy Lindo, LaKeith Stanfield, Idris Elba and Regina King on Nov. 3. Also on its fall and winter film schedule is Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio’s dark comedy Don’t Look Up, which will be available Dec. 24.

Some of the movies will be released in select theaters before hitting Netflix. The Lost Daughter, directed and written by Maggie Gyllenhaal, based on the novel of the same name by Elena Ferrante, premieres in select theaters Dec. 17 before making its way to Netflix on Dec. 31. The drama stars Oscar-winner Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson and Peter Sarsgaard.

Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut, Passing, about two African American women living in New York in 1929 who pass for white, can be added to the queue Nov. 10. The movie is based on the novel by Nella Larsen and stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga. Passing, produced by Forest Whitaker, had its world premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.

Other exciting titles included on the list are Victoria Justice’s Afterlife of the Party on Sept. 2, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s tick, tick … BOOM! with Andrew Garfield on Nov. 19, Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog on Dec. 1, and The Unforgivable on Dec. 10 starring Sandra Bullock as a woman recently released from prison. Some originals like The Princess Switch 3 are still waiting for an exact release date.

View Netflix’s full fall and winter lineup below.


Afterlife of the Party: on Netflix on Sept. 2

Worth: on Netflix on Sept. 3

Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali: on Netflix on Sept. 9

Kate: in select theaters and on Netflix on Sept. 10

Nightbooks: on Netflix on Sept. 15

Schumacher: on Netflix on Sept. 15

Intrusion: on Netflix on Sept. 22

The Starling: in select theaters Sept. 17, on Netflix on Sept. 24

My Little Pony: A New Generation: on Netflix on Sept. 24

Sounds Like Love: on Netflix on Sept. 24

No One Gets Out Alive: on Netflix on Sept. 29


The Guilty: in select theaters Sept. 24, on Netflix on Oct. 1

Diana: The Musical: on Netflix on Oct. 1

There’s Someone Inside Your House: on Netflix on Oct. 6

Found: on Netflix on Oct. 20

Night Teeth: on Netflix on Oct. 20

Stuck Together: on Netflix on Oct. 20

Army of Thieves: on Netflix on Oct. 29

Hypnotic: on Netflix this October

Fever Dream: in select theaters and on Netflix this October


The Harder They Fall: in select theaters Oct. 22, on Netflix on Nov. 3

Love Hard: on Netflix on Nov. 5

Passing: in select theaters Oct. 27, on Netflix on Nov. 10

Red Notice: on Netflix on Nov. 12

tick, tick … BOOM!: in select theaters Nov. 12, on Netflix on Nov. 19

Bruised: in select theaters Nov. 17, on Netflix on Nov. 24

Robin Robin: on Netflix on Nov. 24

14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible: on Netflix on Nov. 29

7 Prisoners: in select theaters, on Netflix this November

A Boy Called Christmas: on Netflix this November

A Castle for Christmas: on Netflix this November

The Princess Switch 3: on Netflix this November


The Power of the Dog: in select theaters Nov. 17, on Netflix on Dec. 1

Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas: on Netflix on Dec. 3

The Unforgivable: in select theaters Nov. 24, on Netflix on Dec. 10

The Hand of God: in select theaters Dec. 3, on Netflix on Dec. 15

Don’t Look Up: in select theaters Dec. 10, on Netflix on Dec. 24

The Lost Daughter: in select theaters Dec. 17, on Netflix on Dec. 31

Back to the Outback: on Netflix this December

Mixtape: on Netflix this December

Single All the Way: on Netflix this December