It doesn't seem likely that will ever happen. And if it does, it will probably star Alexandra Shipp, who might be Halle Berry's age by the time 20th Century Fox green lights such a thing. Halle Berry is heading to Comic-Con tomorrow for the CBS TV panel, where she will be promoting Extant Season 2. She is also expected to appear at Fox's July 11 panel in support of the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past: Rogue Cut, the last movie she appeared in as Storm.Read More
Lotus Entertainment announced today that Luis Prieto's heart-stopping thriller Kidnap has started principal photography. The film, based off Knate Gwaltney's screenplay, will shoot in New Orleans and wrap on November 25. Sage Correa, Lew Temple (Lawless, Unstoppable) and Chris McGinn join the cast alongside Academy Award winner Halle Berry, a mother who will stop at nothing to rescue her kidnapped son. Lotus is handling international sales, with Relativity Studios distributing in the U.S.
Di Bonaventura Pictures' Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Erik Howsam, Gold Star Films' Joseph Tufaro and Gregory Chou of Rumble Entertainment are producing. Executive producers are Halle Berry and her producing partner Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas through their 606 Films production banner, Lotus Entertainment's Bill Johnson, Jim Seibel, D.J. Gugenheim and Ara Keshishian, alongside Gold Star Films' Colin Bates and Todd Trosclair, and Well Go USA's Knate Gwaltney and Doris Pfardrescher.Read More
Relativity Studios announced today that it has acquired U.S. distribution rights from Lotus Entertainment to the thriller Kidnap, starring Academy Award winner Halle Berry (X-Men: Days of Future Past, Monster's Ball).
This is the second acquisition announced by the studio this week, along with The Woman in Black 2. It is also yet another step in building out Relativity Studios' action thriller genre, which has seen recent profitable grosses in 3 Days to Kill and The November Man and begins production this month on D.J. Caruso's The Disapppointments Room.Read More
Academy Award winner Halle Berry (Best Actress, Monster's Ball, 2001) gives a career best performance in the riveting psychological drama, Frankie & Alice, arriving on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD, Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View this week from Lionsgate Home Entertainment and Codeblack Films. Halle Berry captivates in her Golden Globe nominated portrayal of Frankie, a woman with multiple personalities trying to put her life back together. From the executive producers of Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, the film also features Stellan Skarsgård, Phylicia Rashad and Chandra Wilson.
To celebrate the home release of Frankie & Alice, we have an exclusive featurette that has star Halle Berry taking us through her own favorite movies before we add her latest to our own collection.Read More
Lotus Entertainment announced today that Academy Award winner Halle Berry (Monster's Ball, X-Men: Days of Future Past) will star in Luis Prieto's upcoming high-octane thriller Kidnap. The film is written by Knate Gwaltney, with Di Bonaventura Pictures' Lorenzo di Bonaventura (Transformers franchise, Salt) and Erik Howsam producing. Lotus Entertainment is handling international sales beginning in Cannes at the Marché.
Kidnap is a heart-stopping action thriller following a mother (Berry) who will stop at nothing to rescue her kidnapped son.Read More
With more than 26 main characters all crowding each other within a two hour time frame, it seems quite logical and probable that some of them are going to get cut from X-Men: Days of Future Past. It already happened with Anna Paquin's Rogue, who was edited out of the finished cut. Now comes word that almost all of Halle Berry's scenes have been trimmed and swept into the dustbin.
Its not clear how much screen time she would have had, but its clear that the original Mutants are the first to go when it comes to X-Men: Days of Future Past, with director Bryan Singer focusing more on the X-Men: First Class cast in telling this story.Read More
Director Bryan Singer has revealed the first look at Halle Berry as Storm on the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past. Earlier this month, we reported that the actress is still attached to the superhero sequel, despite recently becoming pregnant, although her role had to be tweaked slightly due to physical restrictions. Take a look at Storm's costume and hairstyle in the latest photo from the Montreal set, which proves the actress has no signs of "showing" at all.
Storm watch #HalleBerry#XMen#DaysOfFuturePasttwitter.com/BryanSinger/st…— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) April 22, 2013Read More
In the comic book series The Uncanny X-Men issues #141 and #142, upon which X-Men: Days of Future Past is based, Storm does not play a major role in the action. Kitty Pryde, to be played by Ellen Page, is actually the key player and serves as the bridge between the past and the present as she mentally time travels back into the mind of her younger self to warn the X-Men of a possible future that will see all mutants gathered into internment camps. Our heroes will have to gather and fight to insure this future does not come true.
Halle Berry originated the on-screen persona of Storm in 2000's X-Men, and went onto resume the role in X2: X-Men United and X-Men: The Last Stand. X-Men: Days of Future Past will be the forth time she has donned the infamous white wig to portray this popular superhero in the Marvel film universe.Read More