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Charlize Theron, Will Smith, Hancock (2)

Charlize Theron, Will Smith, Hancock (2)

Charlize Theron (left) and Will Smith in “Hancock”.
Photo credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Charlize Theron, Hancock (3)

Charlize Theron, Hancock (3)

Charlize Theron in “Hancock”.
Photo credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman, Hancock (7)

Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman, Hancock (7)

Charlize Theron (left) and Jason Bateman in “Hancock”.
Photo credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Will Smith, Jason Bateman, Charlize Theron, Hancock (8)

Will Smith, Jason Bateman, Charlize Theron, Hancock (8)

Will Smith (second from left), Jason Bateman (second from right) and Charlize Theron in “Hancock”.
Photo credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Charlize Theron, Sleepwalking (31)

Charlize Theron, Sleepwalking (31)

Charlize Theron in “Sleepwalking”

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