Friday, December 30, 2016

Halle Berry Finalizes Divorce From Olivier Martinez

Fans holding out hope for a reconciliation from Halle Berry and her third husband Olivier Martinez were dealt a shocking blow yesterday when TMZ reported that the Academy Award-winning actress and French heartthrob have finalized their split.

While they still have to deal with the property settlement, which should be easy given they signed a prenup, they have agreed to share physical and legal custody of their 3-year-old son Maceo, and Martinez agreed to let Berry be listed as the petitioner in the divorce.

Monday, December 19, 2016

'Kings' Update: Production Start Date Set On Halle Berry Drama

Two days after Christmas, cameras will begin rolling on 'Kings', an independent drama set against the backdrop of the 1992 Los Angeles riots that is written and will be directed by Deniz Gamze Erguven in what will be her English-language debut.

Halle Berry and Daniel Craig signed on for the drama in June and Lamar Johnson, Kaalan Walker and Rachel Hilson were recently added to the cast ahead of the December 27th start on production, which is being financed by China’s Bliss Media and Maven Pictures.

China’s Bliss Media, Maven Pictures to Finance Halle Berry’s L.A. Riots Movie

China’s Bliss Media and Maven Pictures have come on board to finance “Kings,” the independent drama set against the backdrop of the 1992 Los Angeles riots.

Halle Berry and Daniel Craig have been attached to star since June. Lamar Johnson (“The Next Step”), Kaalan Walker, and Rachel Hilson (“The Good Wife,” “The Affair”) are joining the cast.

Deniz Gamze Erguven, director of “Mustang,” is helming “Kings” from her own script in what will be her English-language debut. Production will begin Dec. 27 in Los Angeles.

Erguven is re-teamed with “Mustang” producer Charles Gillibert. He’s producing and co-financing through his CG Cinema. Maven Pictures co-founders Trudie Styler, Celine Rattray, and Charlotte Ubben serve as executive producers alongside Wei Han of Bliss Media.

IMR is handling international sales and CAA, which arranged the film’s financing, represents the movie’s domestic rights. Bliss Media owns the distribution rights for Greater China. “Kings” is also co-produced by Canal Plus, France 2 Cinema and Ad Vitam in France, and by Scope Pictures in Belgium.

“Kings” centers on a foster family in South Central in 1992, a few weeks before the city erupts in violence following the verdict of the Rodney King trial. Erguven began working on the screenplay in 2004 and has spent years working with the South Central neighborhood.

Craig will portray a loner who lives in South Central Los Angeles and falls in love with Berry’s character. When the riots erupt, he will help Berry in protecting her children from the violence.

“‘Kings’ is such a powerful read. Its elegant simplicity, coupled with Deniz’ vision, make it the perfect kind of project that Bliss Media would like to be a part of,” said Bliss Media’s Wei Han.

Bliss Media most recently wrapped production in Shanghai on “S.M.A.R.T. Chase,” starring Orlando Bloom. Bliss co-financed and executive produced Pablo Larraín’s “Jackie,” starring Natalie Portman, and acquired the Chinese distribution rights to Mel Gibson’s “Hacksaw Ridge,” which was released in China on Dec. 8 and set a box office record for imported war films in China.

“Maven Pictures’ mission is to support films with women in front and behind the camera,” said Maven Pictures’ Celine Rattray and Trudie Styler. “Deniz is an extraordinary talent, and we look forward to being part of such an incredible project.”

Maven’s credits include “The Kids Are All Right” and “American Honey.” Maven is partnered with Jessica Chastain in her production company Freckle Films, and is heading to Sundance with “Novitiate,” starring Margaret Qualley and Melissa Leo.

CG Cinema’s credits include “Clouds of Sils Maria” by Olivier Assayas; “Eden” by Mia Hansen-Love”; “Personal Shopper,” which won the best director award at the 2016 Cannes festival for Assayas; and “Mustang” which won four awards at the French Cesars and was nominated for an Academy Award for best foreign film.

Halle Berry Celebrates 1 Million Followers With Glowing Photo

Instagram: Wow, I woke up high key excited this morning to see that there are officially ONE MILLION of you here with me... engaging, connecting and commenting and not just with me, but with each other! I've only been here a short while and I have to say this social media platform is all that it's cracked up to be. This is so much fun and I enjoy it more and more each day. Thank you for your support, your kind words and your respect in allowing me to do my thing my way! In honor of this milestone I've decided to shake up my dark moody vibe for a minute. I hope you all enjoy these up coming LIGHT DAZE. With love HB

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

'Kings' Update: New Details Emerge About Halle Berry Drama

Little has been released about Halle Berry's next project, 'Kings', a drama set against a backdrop of rising tensions in Los Angeles during the Rodney King trial in 1992 that will serve as the English-language debut from 'Mustang' director Deniz Gamze Erguven.

However, two little tidbits about the film were recently disclosed. Daniel Craig, who was rumored to be in talks for the project as her love interest, confirmed during an interview at the New Yorker Festival that he will play a small supporting role in the film and according to Backstage, the film will begin filming in mid-December and continue through February 2017 in Los Angeles with Heidi Levitt Casting handling additional casting.

Halle Berry Plans To Expand 'Scandale' Lingerie Line In 2017

Halle Berry is ready to expand!!! After launching Scandale by Halle Berry, an 80-year-old French brand that she acquired in 2014, in Target stores last year, the actress will relaunch the brand in January 2017 and has been meeting with numerous big-name department stores in an effort to reach more consumers.

In the caption for the teaser image (shown above), Berry wrote, "The big FIVE OH has taught me to be FEARLESS! I’m about to launch a lingerie line at 50. Here’s what I know for sure…it’s never too early or too late to do what EVER makes you happy."

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Relativity Pushes Halle Berry's 'Kidnap' To March 2017

Looks like Halle Berry's thriller 'Kidnap' will remain hostage just a little bit longer. Relativity Media has moved the film off of its planned December 2nd release date and now plans to release the film, directed by Luis Prieto, on March 10th, 2017.

According to Deadline, the financially-unstable company is also trying to shop the film around given the high testing scores for the film and its inability to raise P&A for the project.

Deadline: Relativity Media’s Halle Berry thriller Kidnap is now scheduled to be released on March 10, 2017. But Deadline also hears that the movie is being shopped around town to potential distributors. That news comes in the wake of Relativity today pulling Kidnap off its most recent December 2 release date.

Kidnap is directed by Luis Prieto and written by Knate Lee and follows a mother who is hellbent on rescuing her kidnapped son. We hear the test scores on the film have been quite high, in the realm of Berry’s The Call ($17.1 million opening, $51.9M domestic, $69M worldwide B.O.), particularly among African Americans. We understand Relativity was hoping to release the movie, but couldn’t get the P&A together for December 2. A trailer for Kidnap dropped in late August.

Relativity’s last two movies since it emerged from bankruptcy deep-sixed on the fall schedule: Masterminds ($17.4M) and The Disappointments Room ($2.4M), which earned a D CinemaScore.

Deadline reported last month that Relativity was desperately trying to refinance and could be approaching a Chapter 7 filing before the end of the year; also that Lionsgate was kicking the tires on the studio’s 40-title-plus library.

The absence of Kidnap on December 2 currently leaves the Blumhouse High Top horror title Incarnate standing as the sole wide release in the slow period that follows the Thanksgiving/Black Friday stretch. Should Kidnap not be snapped up by a new distributor and remain at Relativity, it will face off with Warner Bros/Legendary’s Kong: Skull Island on March 10.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Halle Berry Astonishes At Star-Studded Tiffany & Company Soirée

Wow!!! Is this seriously what 50 looks like? Halle Berry continued her string of dazzling appearances as she attended a star-studded Tiffany & Co. soirée on Thursday (October 13th), in honour of their newly refurbished Beverly Hills location.

The Academy Award-winning actress looked amazing in a black Alexander McQueen pantsuit with a sheer Balmain top a lacy bra and jewelry by Tiffany as she was joined by Kate Hudson, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner and Sofia Vergara at the event.

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)

Bethenny Frankel Posts Throwback Photo With Halle Berry

Before their film and television careers, Academy Award-winner Halle Berry and reality mogul Bethenny Frankel were teenagers vying for the crown in the pageant world, and on Thursday (October 13th), Frankel shared a throwback photo of the two from her young days.

Instagram: Hi @halleberry #missteenlongisland #tbt

Before Berry, 50, became a household name, the actress launched her career in front of audiences in the pageant world. At age 18, Berry won the Miss Teen Ohio Pageant, and later that year was named Miss Teen All-American. The Miss Ohio title followed and in 1986, Berry was the first runner-up in the Miss USA pageant. She later went on to become the first African-American to represent the United States in the Miss World pageant.

Halle Berry Salutes Domestic Abuse Survivors With Powerful Quote

On Wednesday (October 12th), Halle Berry borrowed the powerful words of poet Michael E. Reid to show her support for the survivors of domestic violence and abuse in a powerful post accompanied by an image of her wearing an intricate crown. Read her post below:

"My #WCW goes to all my QUEENS who have suffered any form of domestic violence. I think this quote captures it perfectly... 👑 "Dear women, Sometimes you'll just be too much woman. Too smart, too beautiful, too strong. Too much of something. That makes a man feel like less of a man, which will start making you feel like you have to be less of a woman. The biggest mistake you can make is removing jewels from your crown to make it easier for a man to carry. When this happens, I need you to understand, you do not need a smaller crown... You need a man with bigger hands." (💬 @justmike_ ) #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #domesticviolence #purplepurse 💜 @jenessecenter" (via Instagram)

Halle Berry Sizzles In Black Corset At Key To The Cure Event

Halle Berry turned heads as she as she attended Saks Fifth Avenues celebration of Key To The Cure in Beverly Hills on Monday, October 10th - after supporting her friend Kevin Hart as he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier in the day.

Berry currently serves as an EIF and Stand Up 2 Cancer ambassador. "First of all I think she resonates with our customer," Saks president Marc Metrick said of having the 50-year-old as part of the company's charitable cause. "She's a philanthropic individual, so it's all genuine. We wanted something that was authentic, and again, very important to our customer that we be part of our community and what's an important cause."

Those who want to join Berry in showing their support for a good cause can do so in style. For every purchase of this year's Key to the Cure t-shirt, designed exclusively by Christian Louboutin, net proceeds of sales from the tee will be donated to Stand Up to Cancer. Retailing at $35, the designer shirt can be purchased at all Saks Fifth Avenue locations in the United States and Canada, as well as online at and

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)

Halle Berry Supports Kevin Hart At Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Halle Berry was on hand to support her friend Kevin Hart as he received his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame on Monday, October 10th - four days ahead of the release of his latest stand-up film 'Kevin Hart: What Now?', which features a cameo from Berry.

Other stars that watched the 37-year-old comedian receive the milestone included Ice Cube, director Tim Story and producer Will Packer, and the support truly humbled Hart, who said: "I don't get here without you and without your support. I am a representation of what you have made me. I love you all. Thank you so much. Today is an honor."

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Halle Berry Fires Back At Fan About Her Children With Fiery Post

Don't mess with Halle Berry's children!!! The actress wrote a fiery response to a fan on her Instagram page after the fan accused her of being ashamed of her children, because she refuses to show their faces on her social media. Read her heated response beneath:

"I've noticed you have said this several times now so let me be clear— I'm not at all ashamed of [my] children. I try to find creative ways to incorporate them into my feed because they are the biggest part of my life, but I also work very hard to keep their identities as private as I can considering they are only children.

It's my belief, and I'm not criticizing others who have different beliefs, that it's my job as their mother to protect their privacy as best I can. When they grow and they're of age and they want share their images on the internet, that will be for them to decide, not me. Feel me? Have a beautiful day." (via Instagram)

Halle Berry Vigorously Denies Ric Flair's Sex Claims

Halle Berry fired back at claims made wrestler Ric Flair that the two had sex in Atlanta after she divorce David Justice, with her rep telling TMZ, that there is no truth to the rumor.

Sources close to the Academy Award-winning actress also chimed in, saying, "There is NO truth to this! Halle has literally never even heard of him let alone met him!!!"

While another source says that the 50-year-old is deeply offended by his words, telling the outlet, "A man doesn't get to sexualize and lie about a woman he's never met to better himself or his name. It's offensive, demeaning and beyond misogynistic." Watch below:

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Halle Berry Gets Sporty To Run Errands In Los Angeles

Halle Berry looked sporty and comfortable as she was spotted running errands and shopping in Los Angeles on Tuesday, September 27th, after she attended the annual Revlon Philanthropic Luncheon for women’s health earlier in the day.

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)

Halle Berry Stuns At Revlon's 2016 Philanthropic Luncheon

Academy Award winner Halle Berry hit the annual Revlon Philanthropic Luncheon for women’s health in Los Angeles on Tuesday, September 27th, and the 50-year-old actress stunned the crowd in a pink and black bodycon dress by David Koma.

She was joined by equally fashionable friends including Ciara, Cindy Crawford, co-host Rashida Jones, Melanie Griffith, Jennifer Hudson and Julianne Hough.

The event serves to raise awareness for Revlon’s 2016 philanthropic initiatives in support of women’s health as well as the 2nd annual Love Is On Million Dollar Challenge.

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)

Halle Berry Shares Adorable Childhood School Photo

Her foray into social media has been an overwhelming success so far and on Friday (September 23rd), Halle Berry took to Instagram to share a photo from her early childhood days, which show her sitting behind a desk with her hands resting on a book. Adorable!!!

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Halle Berry Talks Overcoming Adversity With 'W' Magazine

You've seen her stunning cover for the first-ever his-and-hers fashion issue of W magazine and now, excerpts of Halle Berry's interview for the issue has surfaced and she opens up about her beauty pageant background, overcoming adversity and more. Read it beneath:

Halle Berry has played all types of characters: a "crack ho" in Spike Lee's Jungle Fever, a Bond girl in Die Another Day, a superhero in the first X-Men movie. In 2001, she became the first African American woman to win the Oscar for best actress, thanks to her part in Monster's Ball. But these roles didn't come easily to her -- Berry had to beg to be taken seriously by Hollywood. "I came from the world of beauty pageants and modeling and right away when people heard that I got discounted as an actor," she said. In this year's Royals portfolio, Berry is paired with Melissa Benoist, the star of the new hit CW series "Supergirl."

Why did you go into beauty pageants?
Actually, my boyfriend at the time wanted a beauty pageant girlfriend. So he entered me and I got this letter in the mail saying, "You are a finalist in the Miss Team Ohio," and I thought "Uh, what is this?" And then he told me, "Oh, by the way, I sent your prom picture in and now you have to go." So I took my prom dress--It was quite taffeta, hoop skirt, off the shoulders, almost like I was getting married--and I went to this contest, thought it was fun, and I ended up winning. And once you start winning these things it's like a snowball. And you have to go to the next one and if you when there you go to the next one, and I kept winning all the way until the Miss USA pageant where I did not win. I was first runner up to Christy Fichtner. And that ended my beauty pageant career.

What was your talent in the beauty pageant? I had no talent. We didn't have to have the talent. [In] Miss America you need a talent. Miss USA you're talentless. You just show up. Thank god I didn't have to sing.

When did it get into your head that you wanted to act? After that I graduated high school. I'd worked so hard in high school to be Ms. everything: I was head of my class, editor of the newspaper, in the marching band, the mascot. I was so exhausted from high school that I thought I have to leave town and go have a break. So, I moved to Chicago. I knew a woman that owned a modeling agency and I started modeling. While I was there I started studying at Second City and that's when one of my teachers there said, "I think you should be an actor. I think you've got some talent." And I thought "well, I don't really want to be an actor. I want to be a journalist. I'm gonna go to college and I'm gonna be a journalist. I like to write." And he said, "Okay but I think you should be an actor." So, one thing led to another and I took that path. Sometimes I look back and I think how, "How could my life have been different. What if I were that journalist? What if I didn't choose this life? How would it be different?" And I'm not complaining. I love what I've ended up doing. I love what I do. But I do think, I do look back and I think, wonder what if I had done something different.

What was the first thing you auditioned for?
A television series called "Living Dolls" back in the late '80s. [And I got that job. Scariest day of my life. I actually got my first job with my first audition. Luckily for me that show was very short-lived. It got canceled 13 weeks in, and then I got off on my movie career and my next job was with Spike Lee in Jungle Fever.

Spike Lee wanted me to read for the part of his wife and I read that part fine enough, but then I said to Spike "You know I really am eyeing this crack ho role, can you please let me audition for that?" And he said, "no, no I don't see you as the crack ho." I said, "I am the crack ho. Really deep down I'm the crack ho!" And he was like, "No, I don't see it." And I said, "Let me go in the bathroom, wash all this makeup off; you will see eyeing the crack ho." So, he let me do that and I came back out and I got to read the crack ho, and I got the part of the of the crack ho. And it was an amazing way to start my career, playing a crack ho be directed by Spike Lee. It was major for me.

In the beginning of your career, it always seemed to me that you were intentionally trying to play the not gorgeous person. Was that intentional on your part? Yeah. It was intentional to not play the gorgeous girl. I came from the world of beauty pageants and modeling and right away when people heard that I got discounted as an actor. So, I had the job of trying to eliminate that part of my persona, and Spike gave me a chance to do that. And I took on roles early on that really didn't rely on my physical self at all and that was a good way to sort of get some credibility within my industry.

With Monsters Ball, Lee Daniels didn't want to see me read. He was actually disgusted by the thought. He thought there's no way and my argument to him was, just because someone looks a certain way doesn't mean that they are spared adversity. Adversity does not discriminate. I thought, "My looks haven't spared me one hardship or one hurt moment or one painful situation. So please, you know, give me a shot at this." I said, "I often think it's more interesting when you see someone that looks a certain way struggle in ways that you wouldn't think they would be struggling with." He ultimately gave me a chance and that sort of changed the course of my career in so many ways.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Halle Berry Covers 'W' Magazine As A Member Of 'The New Royals'

Meet the New Royals!!! Halle Berry is featured among a stellar group of stars dubbed as "The New Royals" by the October issue of W magazine, which marks the magazine's first-ever his-and-hers fashion issue and features 11 covers.

Joining the Academy Award winner are Kanye West, Kit Harington, Priyanka Chopra, Irina Shayk, Chris Evans, Elle Fanning, Jodie Foster, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ethan Hawke and Rami Malek, who are each treated to their own cover for the coveted issue.

W Magazine: Halle Berry was one of the original female stars during the first wave of comic-book movies, when she cast thunderbolts as Storm in the first X-Men movie in 2000, a year before she won an Oscar for Monster's Ball.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Report: Halle Berry Puts Divorce From Olivier Martinez On Hold

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Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez may be having second thoughts about ending their marriage. The actress and her third husband announced that they were separating last October, but neither have followed up with the proceedings since filing.

According to reports and various sources (so take this news with a grain of salt), neither are in a rush to call it quits and the divorce is on hold for now. Read the report beneath:

TMZ: Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez raced to the courthouse last year, trying to beat each other to the punch in filing divorce papers, yet a year later they are poised to dismiss the case and stay married.

We found a legal doc in which the clerk in divorce court sent a notice to both Halle and Olivier, saying they've been asleep at the wheel and done nothing to make the divorce final. The clerk issued an ultimatum ... either do something or the case will be dismissed.

We've spoken with multiple sources, on both Halle and Olivier's side, and they say the same thing. Neither is in a rush to make the divorce final, and they're fine with staying married.

As for why ... we're told Halle isn't convinced she wants a divorce. We're told she still thinks Olivier might change, especially in the anger management department, and if he does she thinks the marriage could work.

Olivier's clearly had anger problems ... the last straw was when he pushed an LAX employee with a baby car seat and got in trouble with the law.

There are other reasons why both Olivier and Halle aren't going through with the divorce. We're told they're getting along great and both are actively involved in parenting both 3-year-old Maceo and 8-year-old Nahla. Although Olivier isn't Nahla's dad, he's still actively involved in her life.

And there's another reason. Halle -- who just turned 50 -- isn't crazy about getting a third divorce. She doesn't think it's good for her, or her kids.

So, we're told the divorce will probably just go away. For now, they're just friends and good parents, but who knows.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Halle Berry Serves Up Body Goals In Latest Instagram Post

Instagram: BTS on my last shoot of the summer.

Halle Berry Stuns In Kevin Hart's Bond-Inspired 'What Now?' Trailer

Halle Berry channels her inner Bond girl again to star in the trailer for Kevin Hart's record-setting performance of "What Now?", which was filmed outdoors in front of 50,000 people at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia - marking the first time a stand-up comedian has ever performed to an at-capacity football stadium.

The film is the follow up his 2013 hit 'Let Me Explain', which grossed $32 million domestically and became the third-highest live stand-up comedy movie of all time.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Halle Berry Takes In An Adele Concert With Friends In Los Angeles

Halle Berry enjoyed a night out with friends at the Adele concert in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, August 21st, where she showed off her flawless skin in a black top.

The actress is fresh off the debut of the trailer for her thriller 'Kidnap', which is expected to make its way in December 2nd, and the passing of a her 50th birthday on August 14th.

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)

Monday, August 22, 2016

Halle Berry Fights For Her Abducted Son In First 'Kidnap' Trailer

"You took the wrong kid!" Halle Berry is out for vengeance in the first trailer for 'Kidnap', which will hit theaters on December 2nd and see the Oscar-winning actress playing Karla McCoy - a mother frantically trying to find her son, Frankie. Watch the trailer beneath:

Halle Berry On Turning 50: "It's A Great Place To Be"

In a new interview with USA Today (who exclusively premiered the trailer for her new 'Kidnap' film), award-winning Halle Berry opens up about turning 50, her foray into using social media and some of her future projects. Read the complete article beneath:

Halle Berry is welcoming life at 50 and letting the world know it.

When the actress and former Bond girl reached that milestone birthday Aug. 14, she posted a stunning outdoor shot on her Instagram account, in which she wears little more than a lace cover-up and a big smile.

“With open arms I welcome 50 … I’m so blessed to be here,” Berry wrote in the post. It’s a message that Berry wants to continue to send out on social media. That's why she chose the photo, taken on a recent vacation in the desert, to mark the occasion.

“I said ‘What do I want to say about my 50th birthday?’ ” Berry told USA TODAY during a phone conversation. “I’m now into the whole world of social media and realizing that it’s my platform to say whatever I want to say. I love it. So I just wanted to let every one of my fans know I am embracing 50."

Friends had been warning Berry about the birthday in tones of dread rather than celebration. For the last year, “people have said to me, ‘You’re turning 50. Oh, God. How does that make you feel?’ " said Berry. “Well, I feel great. I’ve never been defined by a number or my age. And I’ve never felt better.”

Nor looked better, judging by Berry’s Instagram account, which she launched in March with a thoughtful, au naturel pose — a rear view of her walking through the forest, seemingly topless. Expect more shots like this as her year-long celebration continues.

“This whole year is going to be about 50. My Instagram is going to be blown up with what 50 looks like, feels like, thinks like,” said Berry. “It’s going to be a '50 year' for me and I cannot wait.”

Berry will have her action thriller Kidnap out this winter and has shot the sequel for Kingsman: The Golden Circle (in theaters June 16, 2017). The former gymnast did her share of stunt work in Kidnap, holding onto a moving car and wielding a shovel. She's game for more action roles in the future.

“Action has always been in my wheelhouse,” said Berry, who stars as Storm in the X-Men franchise. “Anytime I get to do anything physical, be part of the real action and do my own stunts, I just love it.”

Off set, Berry find fulfillment in her children Nahla, 8, and Maceo, 2 (Berry and husband Olivier Martinez announced their divorce in October). She celebrated her birthday in a low-key family way: “It wasn’t about a party, it was about being with the ones you love.”

The Oscar-winning actress took stock of where she is in her life. "I’m so much wiser today. I feel stronger, I’ve survived a lot. And that’s a good feeling. It’s a great place to be. I’m lucky enough and blessed enough to arrive to it.”

Halle Berry Covers Britney Spears' "Oops!... I Did It Again"

Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry lends her dramatic chops to a hilarious and play interpretation of Britney Spears' classic track, "Oops!... I Did It Again". Watch below:

Halle Berry Doesn't Let Age Define Her Or Celebrate Birthdays

Having recently turned 50, Halle Berry reveals in a interview with W magazine, that she has never had a birthday party and refuses to let her age define her. Watch it beneath:

Monday, August 15, 2016

Halle Berry Embraces 50 With 'Open Arms' & Sexy Lace Photo

Instragram: With open arms I welcome 50... I'm so blessed to be here!

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Friday, July 15, 2016

Halle Berry Enjoys A Spa Day In West Hollywood

Halle Berry treated herself to a spa day in West Hollywood on Tuesday, July 12th, and the actress kept her look very simply and comfy as she rocked a pair of harem trousers and showed off her gorgeous skin by going make-up free.

She recently filmed for 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' in London, which is scheduled for release on June 16, 2017, and can also be seen on the big screen in 'Kidnap', due out December 2, playing a mother who will stop at nothing to recover her kidnapped son.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Halle Berry Questions Son's Future In Powerful Instagram Post

Instagram: What will my brown son's future be? What will your brown son's future be? The uncertainty is real. I beg you not to be a bystander in this life, but to go out and find ways to make peaceful change. Our boys need us so rather than launching into deep sentiment here on this platform, I promise to find ways to get involved and help. Please do the same. You can start by reaching out to your local politicians, legislators & government officials NOW. Let us be heard. God bless all the victims and families of these senseless CRIMES.