Oscar winner Charlize Theron has hit out at film fans, claiming modern audiences are obsessed with "fluff'.
The actress is bitter her most recent movie 'The Valley of Elah' underperformed at the box office and is frustrated she can't find more roles playing strong women, like in 2005's 'North Country', and 'Monster' - which won her a Best Actress Oscar in 2004.
Theron says: "I asked Michael Seitzman, who wrote North Country, 'Why don't you write these kind of stories more; these roles for women?'
"He said: 'There isn't the demand for it.' "It's not necessarily Hollywood's fault. People don't go to see these movies.
"I think it's a bigger problem. We've become completely fluff obsessed."