Charlize Theron actually wet herself when she met David Oyelowo

Charlize Theron actually wet herself when she met David Oyelowo

Charlize Theron actually wet herself when she met David Oyelowo

"I was saying to her, you know maybe we should figure out a way to try like a sleeping strain". The effects of marijuana prohibition are far, far more detrimental to society than the effects of the pot itself, and I'm glad that we have celebrities like Charlize Theron talking about the beneficial qualities weed can have like Theron has been doing.

In the central role as the titular "gringo" is David Oyelowo, who plays mild-mannered businessman Harold Soyinka, a low-level employee at a Chicago pharmaceuticals company run by a pair of amoral schemers in the form of Richard Rusk (Joel Edgerton) and Elaine Markinson (Charlize Theron). "She's pretty foul-mouthed. That's something from day one I was like, 'Wow!' Especially because she's so debonair and elegant, and then she has the mouth of the sailor".

Theron has been exceptionally candid throughout the Gringo press tour, previously opening up to ET about the days that try her patience as the single mother of two young children.

Theron shares son Jackson and daughter August with former partner Stuart Townsend. "You got one life to live, why not?" the star said during her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday. And the actress shared that they really helped to fix her sleeping pattern. The actress was pleasantly surprised when she learned that her mom went to the store and bought them herself.

Charlize Theron has admitted that she is no stranger to marijuana use.

"I assumed because she was in the tennis outfit that she had scored with a young tennis friend because she plays tennis with these really cool young girls", Theron continued. Her very devoted mom definitely left with a "full experience". Also, Harvey Weinstein says he slept with her, which she denies, but there's only so many old naked assholes one woman can see in a lifetime before it requires medication.

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