Charlize Theron vows to remain a powerful presence in Hollywood - and prove wrong critics who her deem her 2004 OSCAR win a one-off.
The South African-beauty intends to reap the benefits of her Best Actress ACADEMY AWARD - after wowing critics playing serial killer AILEEN WUORNOS in MONSTER - and is determined to continue scoring acclaim in a wide range of roles.
Theron, 30, explains, "Since the Oscar, everybody has been waiting to see what would happen, would I fall on my face?
"Forget it. I've worked hard to get here and I'm not going to disappear - I'll just reappear in different guises.
"The work I had been doing before the Oscar hadn't always been what I wanted. Hollywood drives you to make big blockbusters and you can get typecast."09/02/2005 21:36