Charlize Theron thinks ‘Addams Family’ can encourage folks to reevaluate what ”a household ought to appear like”.
The 44-year-old actress lends her voice to the function of spooky matriarch Morticia within the upcoming animated blockbuster based mostly on Charles Addams’ beloved brood – who first debuted on TV in 1964 after many years as a New Yorker cartoon – and she or he feels they will train everybody some crucial classes.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she stated: ”I’ve at all times been intrigued [by] type of re-looking at what we expect that picture of a household ought to appear like.
”And that is such a traditional, long-term, endearing household that we have identified for the reason that sixties. Really, what they’ve at all times stood for is, ‘Yes, we’re bizarre, we’re completely different, and we do not appear like every thing else or all people else on the market and that is what makes us [who we are.] That’s what we carry to the desk.’
”And I simply suppose it is so well timed to inform that story and to have the ability to be part of one thing like that. [And] with two babies, it is very nice.”
The upcoming animated film – which has been directed by Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan – additionally stars the like of Chloe Grace Moretz (Wednesday), Finn Wolfhard (Pugsley), Nick Kroll (Uncle Fester) and Snoop Dogg (Cousin It).
Oscar Isaac, 40, voices Gomez within the movie, and she or he admitted his personal life – he was born in Guatemala and moved to the US along with his dad and mom when he was 5 months outdated – makes the story relatable.
Reflecting on Theron’s level, he defined: ”It’s at all times been about that, The Addams Family, that is why I’ve at all times liked it a lot.
”It’s about celebrating how bizarre and distinctive and completely different these households are, and [it has a] type of macabre facet to it as properly, which makes it actually enjoyable.
”That’s for me why I bought so enthusiastic about it, and likewise the concept of a household of immigrants that come to New Jersey for a greater life and you realize the struggles with what that entails, which I feel lots of people can relate to.”