Charlize Theron's long-awaited filmBombshellwill be hitting theaters in a matter of days and the Oscar winning actress can't quite put into words how she feels about fans finally getting to see the project.
ET's Nischelle Turner spoke with Theron at a special screening of the new movie at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, California, on Tuesday, and the 44-year-old actress opened up about how she felt about audiences finally seeing her hotly anticipated film, which tells the story of the women at Fox News who exposed the Roger Ailes sexual misconduct scandal and took down the TV titan.
"Excited. [It's] Nerve wracking. It's a complex load of emotions," said Theron, who plays former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, and stars alongside Nicole Kidman -- who plays Gretchen Carlson -- as well as Margot Robbie.
"I think we're all really excited to share this with the world finally," Theron said. "Were really, really proud of this film."
Theron, Kidman and Robbie were all smiles as they walked the carpet together at the star-studded premiere.
Meanwhile, with the holiday season in full swing, Theron opened up about how she and her two children are planning on celebrating Christmas.
"We just got a tree yesterday, it is not decorated yet, but I'm very proud of myself that we finally got a tree in there," she shared. "We're probably just gonna chill out and take it easy this holiday.... just watch movies and eat a lot of food."
Bombshell hits theaters on Dec. 20, just in time for Christmas.