Film,  Miss N

The Time Charlize Theron Called Me a B****

I usually save these little behind-the-scenes anecdotes from interviews for when the film releases, but this one is too good to hold back on. I can title this in my memoirs to come, as “The Time Charlize Theron Called Me A Bitch.” Of course, if you listen to the audio below, you’ll get the full story.

Just a little scene-setter for you. This is after our TV interview, at the press conference, forĀ Young Adult, where Charlize and her co-star Patton Oswalt are taking questions about the soon-to-be-released movie in which her character goes back to her home-town. Now you know I’m a proud Benoni gal, so naturally we bonded over that in the first encounter of the day. Or so I thought…(insert wink-eyed emoticon here)

[audio:http://missntertainment.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/charlzbenoni.mp3|titles=Charlize Benoni]

There’s more to come from this…but mark it down now, Young Adult releases in South Africa on the 23 March 2012, and, before that, in the US on 16 December 2011.

3 Comments

  • Jessie

    Love it! I’ve been wondering though – how long has Charlize Theron been in the states? She doesn’t sound like she has much of an accent, but I can’t tell if that’s because the South African faded out or just her toning it down while in America. Jonathan doesn’t have much of a Zimbabwean accent when he’s in the U.S., but the second he gets a call from his family or returns home for a visit the Zimbo accent makes a welcome return.

  • Miss Ntertainment

    You’re right, Jessie, Charlize doesn’t have her South African accent anymore – except for when she speaks Afrikaans. She says she had to get rid of it in order to get roles in America. A colleague of mine says Australians would disown Nicole Kidman if she did the same thing!

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