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Sandra Bullock Says There’s a Movie She Wishes She ‘Hadn’t Done’

Sandra Bullock is looking back at her film career — and the one movie she said made “no sense.”

During an interview with her The Lost City costar Daniel Radcliffe for TooFab, the pair was asked if there are any films they were “embarrassed” to do.

“I have one that no one came around to and I’m still embarrassed I was in,” said Bullock. “It’s called Speed 2. I’ve been very vocal about it. Makes no sense. Slow boat. Slowly going towards an island.”

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“That’s one I wished I hadn’t done and no fans came around that I know of, except for you,” she added, when the interviewer said he loved watching the movie as a teenager.

The 1997 film tells the story of Annie (Bullock) and her boyfriend trying to stop a Caribbean cruise ship they were vacationing on from crashing into an oil tanker. Her costar in the original 1994 film was Keanu Reeves, but he decided not to return for the sequel. Good for him, according to Bullock.

The nude scene in The Lost City

Sandra Bullock has recently opened up about the naked Channing Tatum scene in The Lost City. During her interview with Stephen Colbert, the movie star discussed shooting the embarassing scene with the Magic Mike actor.

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In the movie, Bullock plays a romance novelist who’s trying to survive in the jungle alongside the cover model featured on her popular books, played by Tatum. During one scene, Tatum’s character (Alan) encounters leeches all over his backside and Bullock’s character helps him with removal.

“Full-on, face-to-face, with the landscape,” Bullock said. “I had to spend some time down there. Just making sure uh, no leeches. I had a lot to say to it.”

Colbert also asked whether Bullock’s character seemed surprised in the scene because Tatum was “generously endowed.”

“Let’s just say that I honestly didn’t notice,” Bullock replied. “When you are down there and you have two pages of dialogue, if you are looking directly at it, you will get nothing done. I looked at his left thigh. I had to look down where it might be, but I focused more on the left inner thigh.”

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