Charlize Theron Role Young Adult
December 13, 2011 by staff
Charlize Theron Role Young Adult, Jason Reitman was under the same impression many are of Charlize Theron. He knew she was a fiercely talented actress, prone to burying her stunning beauty behind gritty, intense performances like her Academy Award-winning one as a murderous prostitute in 2003′s “Monster.” Then she told him a dirty joke.
Theron approached Reitman at last year’s Oscars to tell him how much she liked his then recent film “Up in the Air” and that she’d love to work with him.
“I got a tap on the shoulder and I turn around and it’s all 6’6″ of Charlize Theron,” recalls Reitman, intentionally exaggerating Theron’s height by eight inches. “I was really understandably intimated.”
But when Theron, already a few drinks into the night, revealed a more depraved sense of humor than her image would suggest, Reitman realized they had more in common than he expected: “I was like, `Oh! I like you.’” (Theron, for her part, doesn’t recall the joke, but, with a glimmer in her eye, acknowledged, “That sounds about correct.”)
The meeting was both fortuitous, in that it directly led to Theron staring in Reitman’s new film “Young Adult,” and an early hint to the tone of their collaboration. In “Young Adult” (which was penned by Diablo Cody of “Juno”), Theron plays Mavis Gary, a teen fiction ghost writer who returns to her hometown in rural Minnesota to lure her now-married former boyfriend. As a woman whose nostalgia has swelled to demented proportions, Theron is bitingly caustic and hilariously candid.
The performance not only reveals Theron’s comedic side, but shows more of her true nature than her previous work. Not that Theron is anything like Mavis’ more deplorable aspects, but she shares Mavis’ sharp elbows and sharper wit.
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