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VIDEO: Charlize Theron Has No Problem With 'Side Nudity'

VIDEO: Charlize Theron Has No Problem With 'Side Nudity'

05/27/2012

Charlize Theron, 36, who stars as Queen Ravenna in Rupert Sanders' anticipated Snow White and the Huntsman, also starring Twilight's Kristen Stewart, 22, and The Avengers' Chris Hemsworth, 28, puts her best side forward when she disrobes for the new Snow White retelling.

"I am very good with side nudity," Theron joked with MTV News. "I tend to find that's probably my best kind of nudity," she said. "Back is a little too much back; I need an angle. I like angular nudity. I can do a small percentage of one [side] and the other."

In filming Snow White and the Huntsman, Theron, mother to 6-month old Jackson, had to submerge herself into baths of black and white goo, which are, in the film, supposed to help her retain her youthfulness. "I prefer the white goo because it was heated," she said. "And the black was not, and it was really, really f--king cold. It stained — it actually stained!"

The long-term affects of the goo have yet to manifest. "I probably now am going to die a very slow death because I got into stuff that I don't even know what it was," she said. Theron also joked about the questionable substance possibly giving her superpowers. "I can bend metal with my breath," Theron said. "I don't know where that came from."

Snow White and the Huntsman hits theaters on June 1, 2012. You can also catch Theron in the upcoming Alien-inspired Prometheus, directed by Ridley Scott and also starring Michael Fassbender, in theaters on June 8, 2012.

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Read more: Charlize Theron, Rupert Sanders, Chris Hemsworth, Kristen Stewart, Twilight, The Avengers, Snow White and the Huntsman, Alien, Prometheus, Jackson, Ridley Scott, Michael Fassbender

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