Explosive Blonde, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Old Guard are just some of the action films that Charlize Theron has starred in over the years, but today the actress admits where her biggest struggles lie.
Charlize Theron she accepts the passage of time without problems, but today it is difficult for her to cope with roles in Action. Not so long ago, the actress reappeared on the big screen in the cast Quick X, the film, also previewed in Rome, didn’t shy away from the more action-packed scenes. His repertoire abounds with action films, from old guard To explosive blonde before Mad Max: Fury Road to mention a few. There are those who linger on the actress’s face, but it was Charlize Theron who explained that no, she didn’t ask for cosmetic surgery help, just like she couldn’t watch an action movie today as she would have done in the past.
Charlize Theron: “More than my face, I want my 25 year old body”
Charlize Theron doesn’t want to explain her age, the passage of time and the subsequent aesthetic changes that everyone is going through. But the actress is aware that making an action movie is more important today than it was a few years ago. To the microphones Charmexplained that instead of having the face of a 25-year-old woman, she would like to regain this athletic body.
What really frustrates me is that now I’m doing action movies and if I get injured it takes a lot longer for me to heal than it did when I was 20 years old. Instead of my face, I wish I had my 25 year old body that I could slam into a wall without hurting myself and still blaming the next day. Now, if I don’t train for three days and don’t go to the gym, I can’t even walk. I can’t sit on the toilet. These are very real moments.
For example, a few years ago, Charlize Theron was busy filming old guard where did he go minor injury. As a result, he had to stop performing for two months, waiting for the torn ligament to feel like new again. To the microphones CharmCharlize Theron also commented on her face change:
My face is changing, and I like that it doesn’t just change, but ages. People think she had surgery and ask me what she did to her face. My inevitable response is, “You’re a jerk, I’m just getting old.” This does not mean that I unsuccessfully had cosmetic surgery. This is what happens when we get old.