Sandra Bullock already has a place in our hearts, now she's part of Hollywood history. The actress participated in the prestigious handprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. She's one of many who've been enshrined in the forecourt's cement.
On her big day, Bullock soaked in the history of those who came before her. "I looked back at all the people who have placed their body parts in cement from the very beginning... I just started realizing that every woman whose name I came across was such a pioneer and had to blaze a trail that was really dangerous, wild and woolly," Bullock said.
According to ETOnline, Bullock shared the moment with the most important man in her life — her son. Louis Bullock was on hand to see his mother honored by a joyous crowd. The three-year-old probably didn't understand the hoopla, but it was important for him to be there.
"Baby Louis was here, bribed with gummy bears and chocolate," Bullock joked. "I normally don't like him to be in this environment, nor does he care about it, but... this is such a historic thing; it's such a memorable piece of Hollywood. If there's one piece that... I'd like for [him] to be there [it is this]."
The Chinese Theatre has been an industry staple since it opened in 1927.
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