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Charlize Theron says it was ‘little ones’ that ‘some guy’ watched her try on clothes to make sure she looked ‘f***able’ for a movie role
Charlize Theron had no control over what she wore for her roles when she started out as an actress and was often told to wear outfits that would look “f***able” in the movie.
The Oscar winner had no voice on set at the start of her career and felt she would often be dressed in a way that would exploit her sexuality and femininity, something she found “disparaging.”
In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar magazineshe said, ‘When a man almost makes you have a fitting done in front of them, things like that, it’s really small.
Meat doll: Charlize Theron had no control over what she wore for her roles when she started out as an actress and was often told to wear outfits that would look “f***able” in the film. Seen in 1996’s 2 Days In The Valley
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“When I started, there was no conversation around it. It was like, ‘This is what you wear.’
Charlize revealed that there was a project she was working on where the male director – whom she didn’t name by name – had her “pass after pass after pass.”
She added: “It was so obvious it had to do with my sexuality and how f***able they could make me in the movie,” she said.
Lots of skin: She wore a low-cut black dress for her 1997 film The Devil’s Advocate
A very revealing look: and she also had to wear a satin and lace shirt for Devil’s Advocate
The Tank Top: She showed off her bra under her tank for 2017’s The Fate Of The Furious
“And when I started, that was kind of the norm.”
Charlize’s early filmography includes “Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest,” “2 Days in the Valley,” “That Thing You Do!” and ‘Trial and Error’.
In 1996 she wore white lingerie for the movie 2 Days In The Valley.
Her breakthrough role came in Taylor Hackford’s 1997 horror, The Devil’s Advocate, in which she co-starred with Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino.
The star had to wear lace lingerie for her role.
In 2004, Charlize won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of the real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Patty Jenkins’ movie Monster.
Naked for her perfume: Theron wore no clothes for her perfume ad for Christian Dior