Charlize Theron, 36, may play the evil looks-obsessed evil Queen Ravenna in the Rupert Sanders' directorial debut, Snow White and the Huntsman, out in theaters this weekend, but Theron doesn't share the same fear of aging.

"I look in the mirror and my face is changing, and I have a different relationship all of a sudden with myself," Theron told Interview Magazine. "Your face changes, things change — that's just kind of what happens."

While Theron doesn't think she would succumb to the epidemic temptation of plastic surgery that faces scores of aging Hollywood women, she's careful not to make any promises. "I can't foresee myself ever going under the knife, but then again, I'm only in my mid-thirties. Maybe it's different when you're in your mid-sixties."

Snow White and the Huntsman, starring Theron, Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman, and Bob Hoskins as Muir the dwarf, opened on Friday and made over $20.3 million domestically on its opening day.

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