Social media wasn't around in 1995, but Sandra Bullock knew then that she wanted no part of it.
While on the "The Jess Cagle Show," the Oscar-winning actress said she "learned a lot" about social media and the World Wide Web while filming "The Net" 27 years ago.
"We met real hackers and I remember people going, 'Does that exist? Do you think we could actually order a pizza from your computer?' And I was like, 'Yes,'" she said when asked why she's not on any social media platform.
In the movie, Sandra played a a computer programmer for a software company.
"The Lost City" star previously spoke of her aversion for social media, telling InStyle in 2018 that she'd get in trouble if she was on social media. But, she suspected her Instagram absence won't last forever.
"Oh god, I would have one glass of rosé and be spouting off like [slurs voice], 'This is not the truth!,'" she said. "I'm not ignorant of what's happening out there."
She admitted, "I look over people's shoulders, going, 'What is that little vignette of a cat on a fan?' I'm just lazy. But I'm going to get on it and troll my friends. Once my kids are using it, I'll know how to navigate it. I don't want to be naïve."