. Charlize Theron hinted in an interview with Variety on a possible continuation of the "Immortal guard."
On the question of the sequel, the actress replied that I do have such thoughts, but not yet approved.
. "Immortal guard" is on Netflix with big success, judging by the results of the first week of the show, according to the Twitter account of the platform.
According to estimates most services, a high number of views suggests that this month will see about 72 million users, and it will be included in the top ten most popular movies platform, surpassing 'Irish' by Martin Scorsese, which occupies the sixth place.
Netflix and Skydance posted a new trailer for the Thriller "Immortal guard" based on the graphic novel by Greg Rucki.
Andy (Charlize Theron) and her subordinates from different eras – the immortal war that have lead their struggle for the sake of humanity. Suddenly it becomes clear that their abilities are compromised, they are forced to escape and in parallel to train a new fighter named Niall (Kiki lane).
Actress Charlize Theron in an interview with Howard stern said that was never engaged to Sean Penn, when the host asked her about it, reports the Daily Mail.
The actress stressed that they really tied a romantic relationship, which lasted little more than a year, and nothing in the end failed.