George Clooney is a single man nowadays, and although Sandra Bullock's relationship with her Oscar-winning Gravity co-star is strictly platonic, on Tuesday, Oct. 1, she revealed something we've suspected all along-- the 52-year-old bachelor is truly a "great catch."
"George is a good man," raved Sandra of her co-star at their film's New York City premiere. "[He should be with] whoever he makes happy, and who makes him happy."
While she confessed to preferring George single, Sandra admits he's set the bar very high as for who should date the Hollywood heavyweight next.
"As long as I like them, that's all I care about," Sandra, 49, told ET. "I don’t wanna hang out with somebody I don't like, you know? It's hard when you don’t like them. When you like them, it makes it fun."
Click the video to see more of Sandra's thoughts on George's love life! Plus, the two talk about filming their out-of-this-world thriller, as well as lessons learned from Sandra's 3-year-old son, Louis.
In theaters October 4, Gravity centers around a pair of astronauts struggling to survive after a disaster in space separates them from their ship. Bullock plays Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (Clooney) in command of his last flight before retiring. On a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes and the shuttle is destroyed, leaving the astronauts completely alone -- tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness.