Britain news Single Charlize Theron 'never wants to live with another partner again' Breaking News

MetiNews.Com - Single-minded Charlize Theron has dropped a bombshell and ­announced she never again wants to live with another partner. The Hollywood star has not had a live-

Britain news Single Charlize Theron 'never wants to live with another partner again' Breaking News

MetiNews.Com - Single-minded Charlize Theron has dropped a bombshell and ­announced she never again wants to live with another partner. The Hollywood star has not had a live-

Britain news Single Charlize Theron 'never wants to live with another partner again' Breaking News
01 August 2020 - 18:56

Breaking News ! Single-minded Charlize Theron has dropped a bombshell and ­announced she never again wants to live with another partner. The Hollywood star has not had a live-in romance for 10 years – but she’s so happy with her own company now she would prefer it if any future love interest moved in next door. Instead of finding Mr Right, Oscar-winner Charlize, 44, thinks it’s much more important to focus on raising her two children. The outspoken actress said: “I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to live with somebody again. To be totally frank, they might have to buy the house next to me. “I don’t know if I’m going to be able to, like, be f***ing able to deal with that ever again. I’m too old for that sh**.” Asked if she gets lonely, Charlize insisted: “I don’t. I’ve never felt alone.” And she laughed off suggestions that she is scared of romance and love. The actress says any love interest would have to move in next door instead (Image: Getty) Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles “No, not at all,” she insisted. “My life right now just doesn’t allow for a lot of room for something like that to happen – something that’s already incredibly difficult to achieve when you’re not a single mum. “But in saying that, there’s not this need that drives me.” Charlize does like to be wined and dined. She said: “I enjoy being set up on dates. I do what I guess everybody else is doing out there. “I’m open, I have fun. I can have a fun text exchange with somebody. But I don’t know if we’re going to f***. I don’t know what’s going to happen.” Charlize last cohabited full time with Irish actor boyfriend Stuart Townsend. They were engaged, but broke up in 2010. Her last boyfriend was actor Sean Penn. They split up in 2015. But Charlize closed down talk that she and Sean had also been planning to wed. She said: “That’s not true. No. I did not ‘almost get ­married to Sean’. That’s such bulls**t. Charlize dated actor Sean Penn a few years ago (Image: Getty) “We dated. That was ­literally all we did. We were definitely exclusive, but it was for barely a year. We never moved in. I wasn’t gonna marry him. It was nothing like that.” Charlize is starring in Netflix ’s smash hit film The Old Guard and hopes to make a sequel which could make her the highest paid woman in Hollywood. In the movie, she plays Andy, a member of a covert team of ­immortal mercenaries. She’s also had killer roles in a string of movies, including Atomic Blonde and Mad Max: Fury Road. But the South African actress says playing hardgals in action movies was much easier than teaching daughters Jackson, eight, and August, four, ­during lockdown. “The biggest challenge for me was home schooling,” she told Sirius XM. “It was really hard alone and mentally challenging with two small children. Stuart Townsend and Charlize Theron when they were together in the early 2000s (Image: Getty) “I had one kid upstairs complaining about what a terrible maths teacher I was and the other one could have very well burned the house down.

. Looking back at lockdown, she said: “It was an incredibly stressful time. “I will make any action movie over and over again before I home school again.” Charlize’s adopted girls are African-American, and the star found looking after them at a time when Black Lives Matter hit the headlines a new experience. But she realised the similarities to her childhood in South Africa in the 1980s could help. She said: “I had this flashback to when the AIDS epidemic hit South Africa and we were going through the first struggles of apartheid being dropped and that country almost broke out into civil war. “It helped me in a weird way to navigate how I went about telling my girls what was happening right now, in a way that would not freak them out or scare them or be inappropriate. Charlize stars as Andy in The Old Guard (Image: Netflix) “That was the tough conversation. There is a sense of innocence lost, but I see they have definitely been empowered by all of this.” Charlize does not just want to see her own children empowered. She wants to see all ethnic minorities being better represented in the movie industry. She said: “I want representation for the world, but it starts with the fact I am mum to two small black girls. “I want them to grow up in a world where they see themselves, and have an awareness that they can be, whomever they want to be. “That is not just in cinema but in life too. I want to surround them in a world where they feel they can belong, shine and live to their full potential.” Charlize added: “You need to under- stand the importance of equality and having a mirror truly reflect society. “What is infuriating to minorities out there is they do exist, have their lives and stories, but we so rarely turn that mirror and reflect them in a way that does them justice.” Charlize believes her own upbringing was key to her enjoying such a varied career that has fulfilled her dream of being a female version of Arnie or Sly. She said: “I was raised by a mother who loved Charles Bronson and Chuck Norris movies and my dad loved Mad Max. I was raised on action movies peppered with Sophie’s Choice and Kramer vs. Kramer. “It summed up where my ­career went as I always had an affinity for all the genres.” She won her Best Actress Oscar in 2004 for her stunning portrayal of real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster. This year she was nominated for the award, as well as a BAFTA, for her portrayal of a real-life heroine. In Bombshell she played American journalist Megyn Kelly, one of the brave women who came forward to accuse the late Fox News chief Roger Ailes of sexual harassment. Charlize first played an action girl in 2005 sci-fi movie Aeon Flux, but it was not a box office success. She said: “It was hard ­making it as there were so many ­preconceived ideas and boxes people wanted to squeeze you into. “Because that movie did not ­perform, I was not being given another opportunity. It was like women could not make these movies successful.” But then she played action girl Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road. She said: “That changed the trajectory and changed the genre and ­narrative for women at the core. “It feels fresh to explore an action world with women fighting. All that stuff excites me.” Charlize also loves roles about “the messiness of being a woman” which she feels remain rare in Hollywood. She said: “We can be good hookers or mothers but, in between, people aren’t brave enough to explore.” Despite her huge success and her tough girl image, Charlize still claims she is terrified of failing. She said: “I think that the essence I put forward is that there is no fear. But my career is completely motivated by fear... I’m very good at covering it up.”

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