Harper’s Bazaar that investors kept pushing for a NSFW LGBTQ story, instead of a plot about a killer on the run.She told the publication how backers demanded “a hot lesbian movie with me and Christina Ricci” — however, that is not what the Patty Jenkins-directed “Monster” turned out to be.“There’s a natural fight in me to want to create environments that feel like the things that I wish I had 30 years ago when I started,” Theron said.
The “Old Guard” actress also discussed her struggles with costumes during movie shoots.“Having absolutely no control over what you’re wearing is a big one that really f – – king annoyed me for years.
Having some guy make you have a fitting almost in front of them — stuff like that, it’s really belittling,” Theron noted.She then described an incident on set involving a director who kept wanting her to change her clothes.“When I started, there was no conversation around it.
It was like, ‘This is what you’re wearing,’ ” she explained. “And I remember one movie in particular, this male director who just kept bringing me in, fitting after fitting after fitting.”“And it was just so obvious that it was to do with my sexuality and how f – – kable they could make me in the movie.Read more on nypost.com