Charlize Theron received the prestigious American Cinematheque award in a ceremony at the Beverly Hilton over the weekend, and her mates got together to honour her in the most authentic way possible - an absolutely savage roast.
"The job is such a gift". Now that I have children, that other element of logistics is included.
The "Long Shot" star was honoured at the 33rd Annual American Cinematheque Awards and she admitted she feels overwhelmed that she gets to work in the film industry as part of her longstanding career. "Dude, I'm j'adoring it", Kristen said while referencing her connection to Dior. "I want to at least look pretty for a little bit before I start ugly crying".
As for where she will put her new award, will it be placed next to her bespoke Rogen-designed vase that she showed off on Instagram weeks ago? Ahead of remaining capable to take the award, having said that, Theron experienced to endure a roasting from presenters Seth MacFarlane and Seth Rogen. "I feel like I somewhat harassed him to get it, but I don't care".
"The story itself was very familiar and one that in the recent couple of years we've had so much attention brought to by movements like #MeToo and Time's Up", Theron told THR. "You've been in movies with Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves, Will Smith, you've alienated all your co-stars so much, me and Seth MacFarlane are the best you have?" "And that's really the truth".
"I think every actor always longs for longevity", she continued.
Watch the moment in the video below.