Charlize Theron
"We’re in your corner and we’ve got you," the Oscar winner said during a "Drag Isn't Dangerous" charity telethon.
"Bro, like, hands down, drop mic," Rodriguez said of production continuing immediately following longtime "Fast and Furious" franchise director Justin Lin's departure.
"I know I said, 'Oh, as an actor, you want to be challenged,' but you don’t want it to be that bad," Theron said.
From Jim Carrey, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Alec Guinness to Jamie Lee Curtis, Viola Davis, Nicole Kidman, and more, these actors and actresses got brutally honest about the acting they dislike most.
There's little magic here, as a pair of teenage besties wince their way through an epic YA novel’s worth of flat lighting, arcane plot twists, and cheesy set pieces.
“I feel like I’m at a place where it is what it is,” the actress said. “Working more isn’t going to change my level of fame."
The Academy Award winner also emphasized the need to "diversify a little bit" when it comes to film tastes.
Theron won an Academy Award for her turn as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Patty Jenkins' first feature in part because she denied looking "fuckable" onscreen.
The genre-bending drama will be based on science fiction author Phillip K. Dick's twin sister Jane, who died as an infant.
Lily James, Jessica Chastain, and Jared Leto have all recently undergone dramatic transformations for roles.
Theron credited her love for Seth Rogen as the real reason she signed on for that scene-stealing "The Boys" Season 3 appearance.
That post-credits scene in "Multiverse of Madness" oddly connects to Prime Video's superhero parody series.
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