Sandra Bullock

Apparently, turning the camera back on paps is the latest celebrity trend.

Taking a page from Jennifer Garner's book, Sandra Bullock was photographed giving a few shutterbugs a piece of her mind, flipping around her iPhone and snapping a pic of the pesky paparazzi while taking her son, Louis, to school Wednesday morning.

The 49-year-old Oscar-winning actress looked cute and casual in a black sweater, a pair of boyfriend jeans and black flats. She wore her hair in ponytail and added black shades and long necklace to her sleek mom-on-the-go style.

In July, Bullock opened to Parade magazine about living her life under the watchful media eye, admitting that her 3-year-old son hates the paparazzi.

"We're adults, and we're fair game—not that I like being photographed going in and out of school in my sweatpants," the Blind Side star said, referring to herself and The Heat costar and real-life BFF Melissa McCarthy. "But I instinctively throw things over Louis' head….He doesn't like [the paparazzi]. He gives them the stink-eye, and they're like, 'That's such an angry kid,' but I look at them and say, 'Only when you guys are around.'"

Last month, Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner testified before the California State Assembly Committee on Public Safety in support of a proposed antipaparazzi bill, which would limit the ability of photogs to take pictures of celebrity's children.

Senate Bill 606, written by Sen. Kevin DeLeon of Los Angeles, prohibits photographers from "following the child's activities or lying in wait," and also allows an aggrieved party to pursue a civil suit against a photographer for inflicting distress on a child.

The proposed legislation is expected to be heard by the Assembly Judiciary Committee.

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