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Anyone notice all the bodies of bad guys piling up around Charlize Theron?


Since her turn in Mad Max: Thunder Road, Charlize has emerged as a serious bad-ass, blasting and karate-kicking her way through Atomic Blonde and her latest Netflix film, The Old Guard. When did this happen? When did this Oscar winner decide it was time to release her inner Kraken? According to Charlize, she's always had a soft spot for movies that kick ass and take names.

"Listen, I really love the genre, I really love these films..." "Women make the genre feel fresh and exciting."


The Old Guard | Official Trailer | Netflix youtu.be


In addition to her starring role in The Old Guard, Charlize also took on the responsibilities of producer, another hat she's worn frequently. With production credits in projects going back to Monster and more recently with Atomic Blonde, Girlboss, Tully, and Bombshell among others, she will also produce and star in the upcoming sequel, Atomic Blonde 2.

Charlize also works tirelessly as a philanthropist globally, supporting various causes while raising her voice as an advocate for women:

Kate McKinnon Presents Charlize Theron with Her Women of the Year Award | Glamour youtu.be


With an impeccable resume of film, TV and production credits behind her, and a vision for female driven narratives in front of her, Charlize Theron is today's #SeeHER Spotlight celebrity.

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