David Oyelowo thinks the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Ryan Gosling were afforded more opportunities than black actors of his generation. 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.
It stars David Oyelowo as Harold, a Nigeria-born American businessman who decides to fake his own kidnapping after uncovering the dirty dealings of his duplicitous bosses (Joel Edgerton and Charlize Theron) while on a work trip to Mexico. "I have this image of her in the store - like, she's just not this kind of person and buying marijuana ... and she was like, 'And they tried to give me all sorts of lollipops!' She had like, a full experience".
Charlize Theron and Joel Edgerton co-star in the film as the heads of the business that is running the operation, and Theron absolutely delights in delivering filthy and politically incorrect dialogue with glee. As the Gringo star explained to Jimmy Kimmel on set Wednesday night, she is no stranger to smoking pot, but as of late, she wondered if a special strain could help her and her mom with their sleeping problems. "You can't have her, she's all mine", she told the audience.
"I'm always willing to try anything. Today is not one of my favorite days.' And the little one goes, 'Mama, you no happy?'"
"I have really bad sleep [patterns] and so does my mum". "I kept saying, 'You have to stop, ' and he wouldn't stop, and he kept going with the story until I actually urinated myself". "Last week she showed up at my house, literally drove in her little tennis outfit and brought me a little container and just left it on my kitchen table".
James then asked who she'd like to receive a rose from, Charlize clarified, "No, I don't want to be on the show".