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Charlize Theron on ‘Huntsman,’ hunky Chris Hemsworth, equal pay for women

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Oscar winner Charlize Theron plays the evil Queen Ravenna in the new film “The Huntsman: Winter’s War.” Theron tells TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer that she “Googled ‘evil queen’” to research her role as Queen Ravenna, whom she calls “a total nut bag.” She says her son Jackson fell a little bit in love with the ice queen, her friend and costar Emily Blunt, and she also calls for equal pay for women on the screen.