How Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen’s Movie Will Shed Light to #MeToo Movement [VIDEO]

Updated: Apr 12, 2019

By:Brittany Hampton

Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron star in ‘Longshot” and blend the positivity of the #MeToo movement. The movie is about Charlotte Field, (Charlize Theron) who is a well- known secretary of state and positioned to be the president of the United States ironically runs into a long-lost neighbor who is now a journalist, Fred Flarsky (Seth Rogen).

Not every person who works in politics are in it for just the votes and polls, real love can come out this fantasy.The politician runs into the Fred Flarsky who Charlotte used to babysit back in the days. Fred sees the opportunity as a “carpe diem” moment and approaches the newly politician and the rest is history.

In today's world, we face major issues among politicians, young women and sexual allegations. ‘Longshot’ sheds light on the #MeToo movement showing the positive outlook politicians , young women and men can have a desired relationship can bring together an clear understanding and enjoyment without any unwanted sexual manners.

Both different personalities come together to make a unending fling and genuineness connection.  Charlotte says “I dreamed I was president in my Maidenform bra” — might risk it all to be with someone like Flarsky. The odds? 'Long Shot' will be in theaters on May 3rd!

What would you do if your childhood babysitter crush reunited in your life again?

Would you take the shot?