Los Angeles, April 21: Oscar winner Charlize Theron says she was made to work on weekends for her upcoming alien movie “Prometheus”.
The actress, who was born in South Africa, says she didn’t get any time away from the movie because of director Ridley Scott’s devotion.
“He’d bring me in on days that I wasn’t on the call sheet. I’d be like, ‘What am I doing here’,” showbizspy.com quoted Theron as saying.
From the “Alien” franchise, “Prometheus” is a new project of the British director, and set for release May 30.
It marks the director’s first foray into 3D, and features actress Noomi Rapace as a questing archaeologist, Theron as the mission’s icy corporate chaperone, and Michael Fassbender as an android.
Theron has recently adopted a baby and is raising him with help from her mother.