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Charlize Theron on Training for the Thrilling Fight Scenes of ‘The Old Guard’

Based on the graphic novels from Greg Rucka, the Netflix film features Theron as Andy, the leader of a group of mercenaries.
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If summer is the unofficial season for blockbusters packed with bomb explosions and butt-kicking, The Old Guard arrives right on time.

Based on the graphic novels from Greg Rucka, the film features Charlize Theron as Andy, the leader of a group of mercenaries.

“They fight for what they believe to be the greater good,” says Theron. In fact, that’s what they’ve been doing for centuries, since they’re immortal.

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A pharmaceutical exec (Harry Melling) schemes to kidnap them and study their DNA, leading to thrilling fight scenes that kept Theron on her toes.

Before filming began, “I trained five days a week for four months,” she says.  It certainly shows.   


The Old Guard, Movie Premiere, Friday, July 10, Netflix

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