LOS ANGELES – Charlize Theron struggles with compliments.
When she was honored Friday night at the American Cinematheque Awards, most celebrity friends of the "Bombshell" star appeared to roast them.
Seth MacFarlane, starring Theron in "One Million Ways to Die in the West," launched the night with an unrestricted set.
When they were filming "A Million Ways" in a remote location, MacFarlane recalled that he had been given a roughly administered B-12 shot by a local paramedic, "a massive bruise on mine for the next few days Left arm ". "And during that time, Charlize liked to come up to me when I was distracted and struck the bruise, which happened many dozen times, and I let out a cry to which she replied, 'Suck it up, princess!' ; "" While for many men Charlize will always be the fantasy of her dreams, for me she's the abusive alcoholic father I've never had, "MacFarlane cried.
Seth Rogen, who co-starred with Theron in this year's "Long Shot" Rom-Com, admitted that it's hard to properly roast the Oscar winner. "Honestly, the worst thing I can say about Charlize is that I'm the best person they can imagine," he cracked.
Rogen continued, "Charlize is frankly very difficult to mock, she has it I do not know, it's funny for me He seems like he can not understand a joke, so – I should guard myself All I need is to be included in the long list of (people) that Sean Penn hit in the face. "
Then it was Kristen Stewart's turn. "You look really good tonight, dude, I like it," Stewart cracked, dropping a Dior joke (Theron was long the face of the J & # 39; Adore fragrance of the French fashion house).