In this Dec. 9, 2011 photo, actress Charlize Theron poses for a portrait while promoting her film “Young Adult” in New York. Theron’s role as teen fiction writer Mavis Gray afforded her the opportunity to reveal her comedic side. (AP Photo/Carlo Allegri) ITALY OUT
NEW YORK (AP) — 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” Login to read more