Sure sounds like a man escaping civilization so he can transform peacefully into a werewolf, hunt some deer, and share his truth with a cool lady he just met.
Since her breakup with longtime love Stuart Townsend earlier this year, Charlize Theron has been linked to such eligible bachelors as Keanu Reeves (denied) and Ryan Gosling (ditto).
On a mission to collect oil, Joe's top imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) veers her war-rig off into the desert. Leading the charge is the gung-ho Nux (Nicholas Hoult), who uses Max, strapped to his car like a grille ornament, as a blood-bag to supply energy.
Mac Farlane plays Albert, a sheep farmer who feels out of sorts with the hard times he lives in.
Theron was required to whack a trouser-less Neeson over the head and cheekily place a flower where the sun doesn't shine. Yet, despite the plaudits for her performances in heavy-hitting dramas, particularly as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster, for which she won a Best Actress Oscar, Theron's isn't the first name that springs to mind when it comes to comedy.
"I said what any healthy woman would say," recalls Theron, giggling. Fully aware of this fact, she says she "begged" Ted creator Seth Mac Farlane, who helms and also stars in A Million Ways To Die In The West, to give her the role of mysterious gunslinger Anne. The combination of this script and Seth directing was a slam dunk for me.
, Chris Hemsworth wants her to be the new James Bond, and she may or may not be dating a wolf-man hybrid. “We went for a 9 mile hike in the middle of the night.
In an interview with Howard Stern this week, Theron revealed that she went on a date with someone a month ago, and it went really, really well.
CHARLIZE THERON is laughing about a memorable day she had on the set of her new comedy western A Million Ways To Die In The West.