Charlize Theron loved being described as ''Margaret Thatcher meets Kate Moss'' by the director of 'Snow White and the Huntsman'.
The 36-year-old actress - who plays Queen Ravenna in the fantasy film - wants to be referred as a cross between the former British prime minister and the supermodel ''forever'' after director Rupert Sanders came up with the moniker while filming the motion picture.
She said: ''I love that Rupert referred to me as Margaret Thatcher meets Kate Moss, I am going to forever be referred to as that.''
The blonde beauty believes the film was a success because she can ''trust'' Rupert, and she admits movies can be ''f***ing horrible'' if actors do not have that feeling towards their director.
She added to BANG Showbiz: ''I think that you have to trust your director. At the end of the day, the tone is what the filmmaker wants to do.
''I tried to make the character real and from there I could push the envelope a bit and go over the top with her. It's tricky but if you have a director you trust it works.
''It can either be f***ing amazing or horrible. This is one of those showy characters that every scene could go either way, Rupert was great at figuring out what worked and what didn't work.''