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It’s an outstanding performance, from an actress who’s had a varied and distinguished career.ditches the earlier movie’s sense of whimsy, aiming for something more ragged, to convey Mavis’ state of mind as a former high school queen bee who’s lost her buzz.As she heads back to where she used to rule, Mavis is surprised to find that most of her peers back in Mercury are doing just fine, living fulfilling lives while tending to their marriages, children, and careers.
And Buddy is really better off with Beth, who’s creative has a deep understanding of what its main character is going through: how she’s still defensive about and embarrassed by the way she behaved in high school.
Theron has also been singled out for her commitment to playing a character decidedly less badass than her recent roles in is unusual in that its heroine is the most unlikable character on the screen, corrupting nearly everyone she meets with her selfish scheming.
Yet Theron plays Mavis so unselfconsciously that even at her worst, she comes across as a real person in real pain, which makes her at least somewhat sympathetic.
Do you view this as a trilogy and it seems like you understand her work so well and you completely get the subtext of what she's doing. Jason Reitman: I wish I knew the answer to that and you know, we met over a decade ago here in Los Angeles and what I didn't know at the time was that we were starting this journey together.
This journey that will hopefully continue into the future. I loved working with George Miller and if he was ever on board.
Was there any personal experiences that you were able to draw from that you infuse the character with?