Charlize Theron is reportedly in talks to star in Murder Mystery, an Agatha Christie-inspired film she’ll also co-produce, according to Deadline.com. Murder Mystery is to be a comic take on a classic whodunit with a screenplay by James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, The Amazing Spider-Man, the upcoming RoboCop). A mystery set in Mediterranean Europe and revolving around an American couple, it is said to pay homage to Christie’s novels, deconstructing some of the genre’s classic elements.
Directing the tale will be John Madden (Shakespeare In Love, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel).
Theron, who can currently be seen in Prometheus and Snow White And The Huntsman, is next due to begin work on the post-apocalyptic Mad Max: Fury Road, which also stars Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises).
Source: Hindustan Times
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Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? It’s still Charlize Theron – even though she just shaved her head.
The actress may play a queen in Snow White and the Huntsman, but she’s currently sporting a look that’s more rugged than royal.
Theron has been photographed wearing a series of interesting headgear — because she shaved off all of her locks.
People posted pictures of the bald beauty wearing a fedora to cover up her new daring ‘do.
According to the magazine, the actress was spotted entering a salon on June 6 and hasn’t been photographed without her head covered since.
A rep has confirmed that Theron has followed in the footsteps of Natalie Portman, Cynthia Nixon and a handful of other daring actresses and has gone bald for a role. Theron chopped off all her locks to play Furiosa in the upcoming flick Mad Max: Fury Road.
According to the magazine, she’ll be heading to Africa next month to start shooting the project, which costars Tom Hardy.
We can’t wait to see the ‘do sans hat!
Now we know why she was seen wearing a beanie a few days ago!
Source: The Province
Charlize Theron is ready to go a-feuding with NBC.
The Snow White and the Huntsman actress has sold a modern-day version of the Hatfields and McCoys saga to the network, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap.
Theron will serve as producer on the project, which is being produced by ABC Studios via her Denver and Delilah production shingle. Prison Break executive producer Dawn Olmstead and Requiem for a Dream producer Beau Flynn are also on board to produce, with Eagle Eye scribe John Glenn writing.
The pickup follows on History Channel’s successful Hatfields & McCoys miniseries, which set viewership records for ad-supported cable, raking in 14.3 million total viewers with its May 30 finale. That version of the saga starred Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as the patriarchs behind America’s most famous family feud.
The actress’s Denver and Delilah has produced Theron-starring films such as 2003′s Monster and last year’s Young Adult.
Deadline first reported the news.
Source: Vancouver Sun
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Kevin Costner’s “Hatfields & McCoys” miniseries stunned TV execs when more than 14.3 million viewers tuned in to the History channel to watch the final episode last Wednesday. Now Charlize Theron is shopping around a big-screen version of the story.
Theron’s production company Denver & Delilah and producers Dawn Olmstead and Beau Flynn are taking their “Hatfields & McCoys” project back to ABC executives after they passed on screenwriter John Glenn’s script for the project last year.
Perhaps the success of the History channel miniseries will persuade execs to reconsider the project?
Costner’s historical epic about the feuding post-Civil War families broke cable TV records when it aired last week.
Source: Star Pulse