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Charlize Theron on why she put 'personal issues aside' to play Megyn Kelly in 'Bombshell'

USATODAY.com Monday, 16 December 2019
To portray Megyn Kelly in the Fox News drama "Bombshell, "I had to really kind of put some of my personal issues aside," says Charlize Theron.
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