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Charlize Theron talks different types of love

13 April 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Charlize Theron was at the premiere of “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” and during her red carpet appearance, the actress was asked about whether she truly believes that love conquers all as per fairy-tales.

The Oscar winner, who reprised her role in the movie as evil Queen Ravenna in the Universal Pictures flick, shared, "The older I've become, the more I realize there are so many different kinds of love than just romantic love, and in that sense, yes."

She continued to explain that when people are young, they only think about love conquering all and happily ever afters . However, as people grow older, they fall in love with their children, their sisterhood of friends, and realized that there are so many different kinds of love. She added, “That it is what kind of conquers all, because at the end of the day that is truly what matters.”

Theron and Sean Penn recently ended their engagement. During the premiere night, Theron was asked by a fan to marry him via a makeshift sign. She then responded, “You don’t want to marry me! You don’t want to marry me!” It was unclear if she was joking or if there was something much more in her response.

Theron was joined by her longtime WME agent Ari Emanuel and friend Aisha Tyler at the event. Tyler said in a statement about the premiere, "They're exhausting you have to get dressed up and wear shoes that are uncomfortable. You're starving and there's nothing in there but popcorn and you're super excited about the afterparty and you haven't eaten and then you're wasted. I'm very selective. Tonight I'm here to support Charlize specifically."

Other guests spotted were Donna Langley, Nick Frost, and Colleen Atwood. Also spotted were Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth , who were there to support his brother Chris Hemsworth .

“The Huntsman: Winter’s War” is the prequel to “Snow White and the Huntsman.” It is scheduled for a U.S. release on April 22.