• Charlize Theron says a lesbian spin on "Die Hard" is a good idea
  • The actress features on the cover of Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue
  • She is currently working on "Atomic Blonde" and "The Old Guard" sequels

Charlize Theron wants to work in a "Die Hard" movie with a lesbian spin and she is actually serious about it.

She took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared the 27th Vanity Fair Hollywood issue's cover photo featuring her and other celebrities. The actress has admitted she is absolutely "obsessed" with the talents featured with her on the cover, which include Sacha Baron Cohen, Zendaya, and Michael B. Jordan.

In an interview with Vanity Fair, the 40-year-old actress said it would be exciting if she was selected to star in a "Die Hard" lesbian spin-off, adding that it would be a "great idea." She supported the idea of a lesbian-themed "Die Hard" movie earlier also.

In December, a Twitter user shared his love for Lesbian Christmas rom coms. "What I REALLY want is a Die Hard where Charlize Theron goes on a rampage to save her wife," the user added. Theron replied to the tweet asking, "where do I sign."

Considering Theron's filmography that includes action movies such as "Mad Max: Fury Road," "Atomic Blonde," and "The Old Guard," "Die Hard" would be a right fit for the actress. She is currently working on "Atomic Blonde" and "The Old Guard" sequels, Indie Wire reported.

Besides her work, the "The Italian Job" star reflected on spending time in quarantine and how 2020 has changed her on a personal level. "I think I am way more anxious than last year. This year has definitely amped up my angst, my anger. I think it just, like, heightened all of those human feelings," she told the outlet.

She said she missed traveling and meeting friends, otherwise it has been "refreshing."

She added that dealing with the pandemic and the number of people who died is "pretty f--king sh--ty." The actress also acknowledged the Black Lives Matter movement and said she had seen the sufferings her "friends of color" went through last year.

The actress admitted that her activism is connected to her film projects as she has created her career based on "real interests," but her decision-making process is not always based on political views.

"But the human complexities of the characters that I've been intrigued by have always challenged me on my own beliefs," she added.

Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron arrives for the 92nd Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, on Feb. 9, 2020. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images