Charlize Theron Finds It 'Belittling' That She Had No Control Over Her Wardrobe on Set
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The 'Mad Men: Fury Road' actress reveals her frustrations as she recalls being constantly told what to wear for her roles when she started out her career in Hollywood.

AceShowbiz - Charlize Theron didn't have voice regarding her wardrobe on set when she started out as an actress. The actress would constantly be told to don sexy clothes that would make look more "f***able in the movie."

Having no control over what she wore for her roles at the beginning of her career, the Oscar winner could sense that she would often be dressed in a way that would exploit her sexuality and femininity, something that she found to be "belittling."

"Having some guy make you have a fitting almost in front of them, stuff like that, it's really belittling," she said in an interview with Harper's Bazaar magazine. "When I started, there was no conversation around it. It was like, 'This is what you're wearing.' "

Charlize revealed that there was one project she worked on where the male director - who she did not name - made her do "fitting after fitting after fitting" for it. She added, "It was just so obvious that it was to do with my sexuality and how f***able they could make me in the movie. And when I started out, that was just kind of the norm."

Charlize's early filmography includes "Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest", "2 Days in the Valley", "That Thing You Do!", and "Trial and Error".

Her breakthrough role came in Taylor Hackford's 1997 horror "The Devil's Advocate", in which she starred alongside Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino. In 2004, Chalrize won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Patty Jenkins' movie "Monster".

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