Sandra Bullock is one of the most likable, bankable stars in Hollywood, but even she has room for improvement. Recently named Entertainment Weekly's Entertainer of the Year, the 49-year-old actress tells the magazine's Dec. 6 issue that she's her own toughest critic.
Bullock's latest movie, Gravity, has earned more than $536 million to date—not to mention plenty of Oscar buzz for the single mom. Yet in spite of her success, the actress has a tough time acknowledging her strong presence onscreen. "I nitpick every aspect of my performance. I'm an actress! We're vain, narcissistic creatures. You look at yourself at 17 feet and you're going to be riddled with insecurity," Bullock says. "Maybe when I'm old and go back to my youth, I'll go back and say, 'Oh, look at her, bless her heart.'"