She’s a box-office queen and she’s nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for The Blind Side, but Sandra Bullock still has at least one career goal left. When asked by Barbara Walters if she seriously stands by her claim that she’s through with romantic comedies, Sandra, 45, says, “Well, maybe when I'm like 60 and I can do another nude scene, but you know, in a 60-year-old body. Heck, yeah. I think I might do full frontal — when I'm 60.” Other highlights from Sandra’s interview on Barbara’s last-ever Oscar special include the actress criticizing women’s roles in romantic comedies (“I find that with women, it gets watered down. When men do romantic comedies, it's a whole different ballgame. So I feel like with The Proposal, I was allowed to be the guy”), confessing that she doesn’t think she deserves her nomination (“I’ll never feel like I’ll deserve anything that comes along — I know, it’s something for therapy, and we don’t have time”) and mock-threatening her fellow nominee Meryl Streep (“[If she wins], I’m going to beat the s**t out of her her!”). The special airs Sunday, March 7 at 7 p.m. on ABC.