Charlize Theron doesn't mind trying marijuana from time to time, and when she does she gets the drug from an unlikely source.
Edgerton and Theron meanwhile make for a deliciously greedy double-act, with the "Max Max: Fury Road" star in particular having a ball as a vulgar business exec who gets to deliver numerous film's best one-liners, and there's a fun turn from Sharlto Copley as an ex-mercenary with a conciseness who is hired to track down Harold.
"But I love her for the fact that she's always 100 percent herself". "She was like, 'So I got some blueberry covered chocolate ones but if you want it faster acting you should go for the mints those you suck and it works faster, '" the Atomic Blonde star laughed.
Judging from her mom's tennis outfit, Theron assumed that her mom bought the weed from a millennial who she plays tennis with.
She said: "I know what my responsibilities are as a parent". He's too needy. At the start, we think he's been kidnapped by a Mexican drug cartel, which is exactly the sort of thing that might happen to Harold, and no one would particularly care - not even his wife (Thandie Newton), who is unsurprisingly cheating on him.
"[My mom] goes, 'I went to the store by myself, '" Theron laughed. "I have this image of her in the store". Her very devoted mom definitely left with a "full experience". News, Theron said she'd been a "wake and baker" for most of her life. Recently, however, she and her mom haven't been sleeping well.
In "Gringo", Theron plays a cut-throat businesswoman whose main focus is to launch a special type of bioengineered marijuana.
The self-proclaimed 8-year veteran smoker admitted she took a long break after getting an extreme case of the munchies a while back.
"Eight solid years on the marijuana, and then my chemistry just changed one day", she confessed. "I found myself frozen in front of my fridge for like eight hours", she recalled.