Charlize Theron Says She Feels Like She's Dating 'The Bachelor' -- The Show!

Charlize Theron Says She Feels Like She's Dating 'The Bachelor' -- The Show!

Charlize Theron, David Oyelowo and Sharlto Copley know they have names you might not spell correctly on the first try. Theron apparently doesn't have to worry about what her mom, Gerda Maritz, thinks about her marijuana use at all - because she's Charlize's personal weed shopper. Oyelowo told Corden, "She said, 'So, David".

Charlize - who is now starring in the new drug-fuelled crime drama "Gringo" - admitted he she couldn't imagine seeing her mother buying the drug, even though it's legal in California.

While making a press run stop on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote her new marijuana-centric movie "Gringo", the Oscar-winning actress set Kimmel straight that she's no cannabis novice.

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.

For Christmas, my mom got me a nice bathrobe and a book, and for my birthday she got me a Hallmark card with a very wonderful message in it that made me cry a little bit.

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"I'm always willing to try anything". "I have really bad sleep [patterns] and so does my mom. She was like, 'So I got some blueberry-covered chocolate, ones but if you want it faster acting you should go for the mints'".

The 41-year-old actor also said she is one of the bravest people he knows.

She went on to say that her mom actually went into a dispensary and bought some legal edibles.

"You sort of need to pummel and plough away for longer, as a black actor, to get a degree of fame and, more often than not, you have to play a historical figure somewhere; basically a role that a white actor couldn't play".

"It's the most meaningful thing that's ever happened in my life and I absolutely love it, but I have days where I'm literally like, I'm not enjoying parenting today", she explained.

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