I seem to have attracted everyone whose intentions were not the best."A June 1997 profile recounts Bullock as having some professional and personal issues on the set of the legal drama as well, in part because of the breakdown of her relationship with Padilla."I had to look at myself and go, 'I'm responsible for so many things now, what am I choosing to hold close to my heart? ' You learn what you're made of," she cryptically reflected to the magazine.
"I could have thrown in the towel, or I could just put my head down and say, 'OK, give me a windbreaker, I'm going in.' And it was beautiful to realize that your friends are not just hanging in for the good times.
We're friends." Adding "just" would "probably be a bit of a lie," she admitted.
"So I'd say we're friends."She said that Gosling had helped her, a self-professed OCD type, "to chill.
You wonder whether you're going through a phase, or whether something is really not working, or if it's just another hill."Bullock has also dated a few of her co-stars, admitting to in 2003 that movie sets are "breeding grounds for that kind of stuff, so you just have to have a good set of rules going into it." (No.
1: stay away from the co-stars who are in relationships.)"It's the greatest dating service on the planet," she said.
(And she also said she'd never yet been engaged, though some reports have called Donovan her ex-fiancé.)Donovan told E!