Dressed in a plunging, black Alexander McQueen suit, Sandra Bullock was asked about good friend George Clooney's recent Golden Globe nominations for "The Descendants," and the actress joked, "I don't care about George! This is my night!"
Bullock continued the wisecracking with, "Does he not have enough? He's got a gorgeous girlfriend, he's got a thriving career, he's doing okay financially... so, he gets a couple of nods. Does that make him more of a man? No. Does it make me less of a woman? Well..."
A stunning Sandra walked the red carpet at the premiere of "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" in NYC, alongside Tom Hanks and Thomas Horn on Thursday.
In the film, Sandra takes on the role a grieving widow of Thomas Schell (played by Hanks), who dies in the World Trade Center on 9/11. Praising her co-star, Sandra said working with Hanks "was everything you hope it's going to be, based on his reputation -- and he far exceeds his glorious reputation."
Bullock also recognized the NYPD and all of their heroic efforts on 9/11. The star explained, "I'm a fan to any police officer that gets me out of trouble. Any police officer that says, 'I'm gonna let this one slide,' [or] 'You weren't that intoxicated!'"
"Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" opens in select theaters on Christmas.