Sandra Bullock placed her Hollywood career on hold to really focus on her very sick beau Bryan Randall, who died over the weekend following a three-year battle with ALS.
When the actress stepped onto the red carpet alongside co-star Channing Tatum at the premiere of their movie “The Lost City” in March 2022 — without Randall by her side — few had a clue as to what was going on behind the scenes.
Tatum is believed to have been among a small gathering mindful that Randall, a photographic artist, was experiencing the brutal degenerative sickness, according to Page Six.
From that point forward, Bullock has been seen just a modest bunch of times in public.
While promoting the comedy, Bullock — who called Randall, 57, “the love of her life” — revealed that she was going to take time off.
Bullock seemed worse for wear and near tears in the wake of leaving dinner with her agent Kevin Huvane in April — one of the only times she had been seen in public this past year.
“I want to be at home. I’m not doing anyone any favors who’s investing in a project if I’m saying, ‘I just want to be at home,’” she told CBS Sunday Morning. “‘Cause I was always running, I was always running to the next thing. I just want to be present and responsible for one thing.”
She again confirmed that “The Lost City” would be her last film for a while, adding, “And I don’t know what ‘a while’ is. I don’t know what that is.”
Meanwhile, a top Hollywood producer also told Page Six: “I don’t think people knew that Sandra actually took off to care for Bryan.”
The strain was carved all over her face when she was most recently seen out in the public in April 2023, as she joined her long-lasting agent, Kevin Huvane of CAA, for supper at Blue Lace in Soho.
Wearing no cosmetics, Bullock seemed worse for wear and near tears as Huvane kept his arm around her.
Bullock initially met Randall when she recruited him to take photos at a birthday celebration for her son Louis, who is now 13, in 2015. They opened up to the world as a couple in October of that year, at the debut of her film “Our Brand is Crisis.”
The actress had not been in a committed relationship since her unpleasant split from her bamboozling ex, Jesse James, in 2010 — that very year she adopted Louis.
She later revealed in an interview that despite the fact that she originally planned to raise him with James, she rather wound up petitioning for legal separation.”
Randall, who had a daughter from a past relationship, helped bring up Bullock’s children.
Louis, as well as Bullock’s 11-year-old daughter Laila, who she embraced in 2015, are said to have referred to Randall as “Dad,” as per the Daily Mail.
The publication also reported that the couple tied the knot in an unofficial ceremony in December 2017 at French financier Arpaud Busson’s Three Bees Villa on Harbor Island.