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Then the night before our meeting, I saw some clips from the first half of her new movie, Hancock (which will be in cinemas on 2 July), where her husband (played by Jason Bateman from the TV comedy Arrested Development) calls her his ‘angel’.Charlize plays a wife and mother with the perfect family – her husband, Ray, is the PR exec who’s trying to repair the image of Hancock (Will Smith), a hard-living superhero who has fallen out of favour with the public.‘We met on set, we liked each other and it was like, “You are awesome, and I’m not going to see you ever again.” But somehow we always ended up in the same places.I was in London for two days working, and we were sitting in his apartment drinking wine, and before I knew it we were packing up his apartment and he was moving to LA’ (where Stuart has been working mainly for US TV). So I try to hang on to as much mystery as possible.She points out that I’ve only seen half the movie, and that those looks she gives the Will Smith character are ‘because she’s madly in love with him: I put myself out on a limb to create the chemistry between two characters. She has to choose between husband and child, and unrealised love.
He needs to be loved, but only knows how to create havoc. When we meet, in a vast luxury hotel outside Los Angeles, she looks like a 1920s porcelain figurine: silk flapper dress in beige and Wedgwood blue, hair in a softly tousled bob, eyes also Wedgwood blue.She often masks her lithe blond beauty on screen, most recently as the stressed-out single-mum cop in In the Valley of Elah, and before that as a female mine worker – dull hair, overalls – in North Country.And she won an Oscar (at 28) for her portrayal of the fat lesbian prostitute serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster. Kenneth Branagh, who worked with her on Woody Allen’s film Celebrity, talked about her as ‘a whirlwind of crushing sexual energy’, which made her sound even more scary.It makes sense of why Charlize likes to tell stories.Her own story is far-reaching in its emotional impact.