Making a show stopping entrance to the Japanese premiere of her new film, Charlize Theron was on hand in Tokyo for the red carpet screening of "Snow White and the Huntsman" on Sunday (May 20).
Accompanied to the event by director, Rupert Sanders, the blonde actress looked stunning in a figure-hugging The Row black leather dress and black strappy Dior heels as she posed for awaiting photographers.
Though this was supposed to be a fun experience for the South African beauty and her film, this premiere doesn't appear to have gone as smooth as she was hoping.
According to press, the actress and the film's director were pushed quickly through the red carpet, making it almost impossible for them to talk to the awaiting media.
Aside from the red carpet blunder, there were apparently no fans that could be seen waiting around either and Charlize let her feelings be known. When she took the stage, she sarcastically said, "Boy do you guys know how to give us a greeting."
The new twist on a classic fairy tale is set to hit theaters June 1 in the United States, but won't release in Japan until June 15.