Charlize Theron (Charlize Theron) hosted the screening of “Mad Max: Fury Road” in Los Angeles on Friday night.
This celebration was to raise funds for Charlize Theron’s Africa promotion project and was held at the top of the parking structure of the Grove shopping center.
Here, Variety Delve into the event to understand how Theron and her team carried out grand events during the pandemic.
Say “eggplant: There is no usual arrival route, with repetitive brand actions, the photographer screams and yells. Instead, when they drove onto a large red carpet, the blind bug with one hand caught the guests in their car. He said: “As close as possible to the window.”
eat: Upon check-in, guests also received a tote bag with popcorn, a few bottles of Icelandic glacial water, a bag of Sour Patch Kids and a bottle of hand sanitizer from Caruso (the owner of the Grove). Another tote includes a can of non-alcoholic Heineken 0.0 beer. Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill and Edoardo Baldi’s pre-packaged dinners are packaged, boxed and shipped to each vehicle. The day before the screening, the guests received a hand-delivered box, Heineken beer, four packs of Absolut Vodka and Berry Vodgalita, a bottle of Dior’s j’adore perfume, iS Clinical hand sanitizer, and BeautyCounter All Bright C Serum and navy blue cloth mask.
Night falls: When the sun goes down, when the emcee of the evening Aisha Tyler (Aisha Tyler) takes the stage to welcome everyone and introduces Theron (Theron) wearing white Dior jeans, white Rothy sneakers and black T-shirt, motorcycle stunts Riders use bicycles and donuts to attract crowds. “We should all be feminists” printed on the golden letters. “That lady is my love, I just want the world to know.” The Oscar winner joked to Taylor, then added that she was also the lover of her “Mad Max” co-star Nicholas Holt. The audience clapping hands were replaced by car tweets.
Shop talk: Before the film began, in a question-and-answer session hosted by Kyle Buchanan of The New York Times, Theron admitted that during the nine months of filming the film, she was “scared-less “. She revealed that the first edit she saw from director George Miller was four hours. She said: “I never get bored.”
Holt recalled the scene of the battle with Theron in the truck tractor. Holt said to Theron: “When you spit on me, I know I really came to be an actor.” “I think I politely ask,’Do you mind if I vomit?'”