Actress Charlize Theron revealed last week that she was involved in the blockbuster hit "Wonder Woman," but not in the role that would be expected to be played.
On a call on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" on Thursday, a caller called to ask if the rumors were that Theron had rejected the role of Wonder Woman. The caller also wanted to know if she regretted not having taken part in the film given the record-breaking box office success.
"I did not reject the role of Wonder Woman," Theron clarified before laughing and asking host Andy Cohen if it was time to tell a story.
"This is a great example of how Hollywood slaps you in the face as you get older," she said, and the star continued to talk about talking to someone about "Wonder Woman" while the film was released in 201
"And that person said, 'No, that's Wonder Woman's mom.'" Theron, 43, recalls
"It was the crucial moment I crossed over, and I was not fully aware of that," she added.
Theron is only 10 years older than Gal Gadot, who is featured in the movie as Wonder Woman Even for a fantasy, mother-daughter-age pairing makes no sense.
The role of Wonder Woman & # 39; s mother went to Connie Nielsen, 53.