Charlize Theron takes the stage prior to the premiere of her film "Atomic Blonde" in Berlin, July 17, 2017.
AFP / dpa / Jens Kalaene
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Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron said she hoped to even the playing field in the male-dominated spy film genre with her latest role as a deadly agent in action-thriller movie "Atomic Blonde".Based on Antony Johnston's graphic novel series "The Coldest City," "Atomic Blonde," which is scheduled to be out in theaters July 28, follows MI6's lethal bisexual assassin Lorraine Broughton (Theron) in Berlin in 1989 .Algerian-born Sofia Boutella, who plays spy Delphine Lasalle – the love interest of Theron's character – said she was "a bit nervous at first" when filming a sex scene with Theron, but that the actress helped her relax.
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