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It’s a warm autumn evening in Los Angeles, and I’m sitting with Theron at a near-empty Japanese restaurant.
Up the road, Barack Obama is wooing the beautiful and boldfaced at a ,900-a-plate fund-raiser, and for hours, the Hollywood sky has rattled with helicopters. She is an actress who doesn’t take herself seriously, who loathes phoniness, who chooses not to live in a gilded fantasy of air kisses and fake compliments, and is not afraid of an adult beverage, a pointed jab, or a scattering of F-bombs.
Last summer, during South Africa’s historic World Cup, the foundation broke ground on four soccer fields in rural communities, far from the sports-crazed spotlight.
Though Los Angeles is her home, Theron is in it but not of it.
“She has opted for simplicity, and that is a very wise choice.”Theron chooses films carefully, often passing over the easy money for projects she strongly believes in, films like pairing of Reitman and screenwriter Diablo Cody, which opens this month.
A good mix tape is an intimate endeavor, and it’s strange to make one for someone you hardly know, and for a famous person at that (and now everyone makes them with i Tunes, which feels like cheating). I avoid anything that sounds too weird or personal or stalkery. Like around week three, I had this horrible, sappy moment where I got a little overwhelmed. Theron warns me that she isn’t a huge fan of people writing about what’s on her kitchen table. We examine the fact that Theron has yet to be embroiled in a true Hollywood scandal. “I’m going to really go big in my 40s and make my own reality show,” Theron says. It’s going to be beautiful.”A few days later, a package arrives in the mail from Theron’s production company. Actually, she’s enclosed two CDs, which is probably cheating. Your California Privacy Rights The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast.
She is so unpretentious and easygoing, it gets to the point where you almost forget that she’s Charlize Theron, until she rises from her restaurant chair in her light-brown sweater and Rag & Bone jeans and reveals what her producing partner, Beth Kono, describes as a “freaking five-foot-ten genetic mutation”—what Patton Oswalt, her costar in the upcoming Jason Reitman–directed refers to as “a nerd locked in a grace machine on automatic pilot.”Theron is not what you’d expect. Those can bring bruises.” Vogue_'s review of_ Young Adult.
But it’s true: She’s a lot of fun.“Did you get hit at all? The Charlize Theron story is not supposed to happen.