Kristen Stewart and I have a few things in common, like smoking pot and sleeping with Robert Pattinson, but I would say that our most pronounced similarity is the fact that we both drool over Charlize Theron on the regular. In fact, I kind of share that with every red-blooded male and lady-appreciating female — she is the Regina George to my Janis Ian. It’s part envy, part obsession, and part give me your perfect son. You may notice that Charlize looks a little different here, a little less … having hair: the actress shaved her head for her upcoming role in “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and I think she is (in true “Mad Max” style) killing the buzzed look. I’m serious about baby Jackson though, Charlize better watch out. That kid is BEYOND. [Photo: FameFlynet] Keep reading »
Pretend for a second, if you can, that you can’t see Charlize Theron’s insanely gorgeous face (with its flawless makeup) and lustrous hair (perfectly tousled, natch), and tell me what you think of this dress. Because neither Julie or I like it — it’s kind of boring and looks like maybe it’s made of chenille — but then I see Charlize’s face and I’m hypnotized. I don’t trust either of us to make a judgement call on this gown. So, I ask you: love it or leave it? [Photo: Bauer-Griffin]
Since bringing her son Jackson home in March, Charlize Theron is becoming an expert on diaper duty and bedtime stories. The actress reveals a favorite funny book: Go the F-ck to Sleep.
“A lot of people have sent me these children’s books, and there’s this amazing book, a best-seller called Go the F-ck to Sleep,” Charlize tells MTV News. “This book was good for me because it made me realize that I don’t need to judge myself right now.” Read more…
God, I love Charlize Theron. She hit up “The Colbert Report” last night and gives as good as she gets. There’s the usual movie promotion blah-blah-blah about “Snow White and the Huntsman,” but she and Stephen also took the conversation to an interesting place while discussing beauty and narcissism. “I don’t think narcissists are just vain. I think they are obsessed with beauty because it symbolizes power and self-worth,” she said. “It’s sad this story was written in 18-something-something and this story still resonates.” It’s interesting to hear one of the most gorgeous women on the planet to voice an opinion like this. [Colbert Nation]
I first realized that Charlize Theron would be the perfect Evil Queen from “Snow White” when I saw her in “Young Adult.” Wildly different movies in every way, no doubt, but the main takeaway? Theron knows how to play a vile bitch with such delicious and riveting energy that you almost root for her. And Queen Ravenna in the upcoming “Snow White and the Huntsman” (opening this weekend!) is as detestably evil as they come. The film is already getting good reviews from outlets like New York mag and I wouldn’t be surprised if Theron was recognized come awards season. Check out our three interviews with the actress above! Keep reading »
Charlize Theron, apparently, actually sat down for an interview with British tabloid the Sun, where she dropped this odd tidbit: “I had no teeth until I was 11.”
She explains that, due to a heavy regimen of antibiotics for jaundice as a child, her teeth “rotted” and had to be removed, leaving her with “fangs.” “I never had milk teeth,” she explains. “That was tough, you know, being in school having photos taken while I was pretending I had teeth. It was hideous.” Read more …