Charlize Theron Looks Super Hot For ‘GQ’ Then Complains That Being Super Hot Is A Burden
The May issue of @BritishGQ is out this Thursday 7 April, featuring @charlizeafrica! Last year, she was the one-armed, rough-riding rig-jockey who drove Mad Max: Fury Road to the least likely Oscars sweep in Hollywood history. Now, South Africa's lost diamond tells GQ why superhuman beauty doesn't open every door. Get your copy on newsstands or as a digital edition #charlizetheron #madmax #southafrica (Photo by @alexilubomirskiphoto) // Follow GQ editor Dylan Jones at @dylanjonesgq
I have to admit, I do like watching Charlize Theron when she’s in a movie. She’s a pretty good actor and obviously very easy on the eyes. She just always seems to come off a bit, how shall I put this, out of touch when I see her off the movie screen. Like she thinks that her farts don’t smell or something. Of course I could be wrong, I don’t know her personally, but that’s just the feeling I get when I see her outside of acting.
This latest interview she did for British GQ isn’t doing much to change my perception of her either. Sure, there are the requisite sexy as f*ck photos to help promote her new movie The Huntsman, but then she starts talking all sorts of gibberish that only serves to reinforce what my opinion already was of her.
Ready to break out the world’s smallest violin? Because here’s what Charlize had to say…
“Jobs with real gravitas go to people that are physically right for them and that’s the end of the story. How many roles are out there for the gorgeous, f***ing, gown-wearing eight-foot model? When meaty roles come through, I’ve been in the room and pretty people get turned away first.”