Los Angeles, April 23 Actress Charlize Theron loved waking up nervous every day before shooting for “Prometheus” as it challenged her to give her best.
Theron admits she loved working on “Prometheus” and particularly enjoyed the nerves she had about being able to play the role of Meredith Vickers, reports contactmusic.com.
“I do have a sense of fear every day going to work, but I think it’s something that I like. I mean I do like the feeling of waking up on my own, having this moment of like, ‘I hope I can do this today’ because it makes you realise that you’re working with material or you’re working with a director or you’re working with a cast and they’re keeping you on your toes,” she told bangshow.com.
“Nothing’s kinda like, ‘I can do this with my eyes closed’ and I think that is ultimately what every actor wants, something that challenges you to that point,” she added.