Big Hollywood stars often have reputations of being difficult to work with—a criticism Jimmy Fallon launched at Sandra Bullock on The Tonight Show on Wednesday. The proof? Footage from a fake soap opera they pretended to have worked on together, in which Bullock insisted upon using mannequin arms instead of her real ones.
The sketch, part of Fallon’s “Real People, Fake Arms” series, features Bullock as a worker at an ice cream shop and Fallon as a customer, both of them struggling to eat their treats without full command of their limbs.
Sandra Bullock’s new film, Our Brand Is Crisis, opens in theaters Friday.
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