Sunday, April 4, 2021

Halle Berry Joins 'Flow' Campaign As Brand Ambassadors


Halle Berry, Shawn Mendes and The Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo are among the artists tapped for a new campaign with alkaline water brand, Flow.

Launched this week to coincide with April being Earth Month, the Flow Alkaline Spring Water spot features Mendes, Berry, Taboo, basketball star Russell Westbrook, DJ Hannah Bronfman and model Paloma Elsesser “standing together to take their commitment to health, wellness, and sustainability to the next level.”

Berry’s spot makes for an entertaining watch as she lists her many occupations (actor, Academy Award winner, director, entrepreneur, mother, etc.) but then brings it all back by reminding us that, “just like everyone else, I’m 60% water.”

Flow is sold at over 25,000 retailers and is teaming with retail partners like Target, Walmart, Whole Foods and more to create their spring and summer campaign, which will emphasize their mission toward wellness and health. With taglines like, “Beautiful inside and out,” and “Uplifting hydration,” it’s clear that Flow’s aim is to consciously enforce sustainability while keeping the mood inspirational and light.

Flow received additional assistance from Metier and Jackman while producing a significant portion of the content in-house. The ad spot was released digitally with additional support via billboards on April 1, just in time for Earth Month.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Halle Berry Joins Mark Wahlberg In 'Our Man From Jersey'


Netflix is expanding their relationship with Halle Berry. The streamer has cast the actress opposite Mark Wahlberg in 'Our Man from Jersey', which is desribed as "a blue collar James Bond" and was written by David Guggenheim. More details below:

Halle Berry To Co-Star With Mark Wahlberg In Netflix’s ‘Our Man From Jersey’

After landing rights to her directorial debut, Netflix is looking to get back into business with Halle Berry. The streamer has set her to star opposite Mark Wahlberg in the thriller Our Man From Jersey. David Guggenheim penned the script, with Wahlberg and his partner Stephen Levinson producing.

Plot details are being kept under wraps, but the film is described as a blue-collar James Bond. Insiders say the plan is to shoot the film early next year in London.

The Oscar-winning actress added the title of director to her extensive filmography when her directorial debut Bruised premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, earning rave reviews for how impressive her work was for a first-time director and for her performance that impressed the festival circuit, especially Netflix. The streamer would end up paying eight figures for the rights, one of the largest at the 2020 festival.

Besides Bruised, Berry was also recently seen in John Wick 3: Parabellum and has Roland Emmerich’s Moonfall bowing this year. She is repped by WME.

Friday, February 26, 2021

Halle Berry Boards 'The Mothership' For Netflix & MRC Film


Fresh off completing 'Moonfall' with Roland Emmerich, Halle Berry is reteaming with Netflix for 'The Mothership', a sci-fi adventure Oscar-nominated 'Bridge of Spies' screenwriter Matthew Charman, who will be directing the film for his feature directorial debut.

Berry will also executive produced the film with production slated to start in the spring.

DEADLINE: Oscar-winner Halle Berry has signed on to star in and executive produce The Mothership, from Netflix and MRC Film. Oscar-nominated Bridge of Spies screenwriter Matthew Charman wrote the script and will be directing the film for his feature directorial debut.

The sci-fi adventure follows Sara Morse (Berry) one year since her husband mysteriously vanished from their rural farm. When she discovers a strange, extraterrestrial object underneath their home, Sara and her kids embark on a race to find their husband, father, and most importantly – the truth.

Fred Berger and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones are producing the film under their Automatik banner. Danny Stillman will serve as an exec producer alongside Berry.

Netflix recently picked up the rights to Berry’s directorial debut film, Bruised, a mixed martial arts drama that premiered at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. She also stars in Roland Emmerich’s upcoming, space drama Moonfall. Berry is repped by WME. Charman is repped CAA, Grandview, Independent Talent Group, and Hansen Jacobson.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Featured Film: 'Losing Isaiah' (February 2021)



This month, we highlight and recall the Halle Berry film 'Losing Isaiah', co-starring Oscar winner Jessica Lange and released on March 17, 1995. In the film, the biological and adoptive mothers of a young boy are involved in a bitter, controversial custody battle.

Visit our official Instagram page (@UltimateHalleBerry) for highlights throughout the month.