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Charlize Theron stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to talk about her raunchy new movie "A Million Ways to Die In the West." The actress also opens up about her relationship with fellow Oscar winner Sean Penn. Check out the appearance below!

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VIDEO: 'Million Ways to Die' Star Charlize Theron Admits: 'I'm a Bit of a Dork'


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