Hollywood star Sandra Bullock has admitted that she is not hopeful of grabbing the glory at the upcoming Academy award.
"I'm so not winning an Oscar," Bullock, who has received her first-ever nomination as best actress for
The Blind Side
, told reporters at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Friday.
The 45-year-old actress considers herself an expert odds-maker for the annual awards show, so she has strong feelings about her own chance for victory, People reported online.
"Nine times out of ten I always pick who's going to win. And I already know who's going to win. I'm not going to say, but nine times out of ten, I'm right," Bullock said.
The actress does not wants to practise false humility, after all she has already grabbed a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award this year.
"I have to say, all the ladies in our category, we don't care who wins," she said. "Someone's going to win and the rest of us will be really happy for whoever won. We're just happy to be here. And we like the company we're in," she said.
"It's amazing how you are asked to hit the ground running the minute you hear the news. It's not like you can sit back and have bonbons and champagne," Bullock added.