Charlize Theron Wants To Star In A Lesbian 'Die Hard' Movie: 'Where Do I Sign'

Die-hard Charlize Theron fans, get ready.

Months after the actress first tweeted in support of her starring in a lesbian version of the iconic Die Hard movies, she's speaking out again.

This time, she gave a candid look at her thoughts during an interview with Vanity Fair, calling the pitch a "great idea."

Be still our hearts!

The coronavirus pandemic has been difficult on everyone — including celebs.

If you've wondered how Charlize Theron has been doing, she gave Vanity Fair the inside scoop during a recent interview with the publication.

She began by sharing that she's way more anxious than she was last year.

When asked which moments stand out as the worst, she said that it's difficult to quantify.

"They are all pretty [expletive] [expletive]. Dealing with a virus and the amount of human loss that we’ve had—that’s pretty [expletive] [expletive]."

She then mentioned the "pain and the suffering" she saw her friends of color go through.

As the mother to two adopted Black children, Jackson, 8, and August, 4, the ongoing racism hits close to him.

"I mean, I’m hoping it’s an awakening. I’m really hoping that it’s our rock bottom."

She didn't mince words, either, when it came to the Capitol insurrection attack on January 6.

"It’s just all pretty [expletive] sad," the *Mad Max: Fury Road* star shared.

"The only thing that makes me feel like I can think of the glass as half full, instead of half empty, is that I’m hoping that out of a lot of this really deep, deep, deep pain and suffering, we will come to realize that we can’t keep going this way."

The actress also shared that she has been busy homeschooling her kids during the pandemic.

She may tackle bad guys on screen, but Theron said that nothing could have prepared her for this difficult task.

"I know this for fact because I have had many boozy Zooms with other moms," she said.

"It’s also the first time in my life that I really had to confront how [expletive] and how terrible I am at something, like true failure," she candidly shared.

She went on to say that she's a horrible teacher.

"I’ve had to really sit in that uncomfortableness and acknowledge that and just be with it because I don’t have any other choice right now."

In lighter news, Charlize did give fans some hope about what could be next for her career.

She spoke on the tweet that went viral this past December. In it, a fan pitched the idea of the actress starring in a lesbian Die Hard movie.

Fans of the franchise will know that actor Bruce Willis first made the character, John McClane, famous in 1988.

"Lesbian Christmas rom coms are all well and good but what I REALLY want is a Die Hard where Charlize Theron goes on a rampage to save her wife," they wrote.

Their tweet ended up getting a lot of support from other fans. "I’d absolutely watch that," wrote one.

They even got support from Theron herself who not only retweeted the brilliant idea but also replied!

"Where do I sign" she iconically wrote.

It would make perfect sense for the actress to star in, considering she has a long history of action films. This includes Atomic Blonde, Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Fate of The Furious.

Her response clearly got fans fired up.

"Charlize please some of us are trying to breathe," one wrote.

Well, they're going to need a paper bag over what Charlize had to say in her interview with Vanity Fair about it. She started by calling it a "great idea."

"That’s why I replied on Twitter," she continued.

"Because I just thought that was kind of brilliant. I was like, 'This person needs to start pitching. That’s a great idea.' And the fact that it would be two women, I was like, 'Yeah, sign me on'."

For the rest of Charlize's interview with Vanity Fair, read it here.

Also, tell us: would you watch the actress in a lesbian Die Hard movie? Let us know!

H/T: Vanity Fair.