Thursday, February 22, 2018

'Kings': Halle Berry's L.A. Riots Drama Releases Official Trailer

Travel back to 1992 on April 27th!!! The Orchard has released the official poster and trailer for the Halle Berry and Daniel Craig-starring L.A. Riots drama 'Kings', which follows a foster family in South Central Los Angeles before and after the city erupts in violence following the verdict of the Rodney King trial. Peep the poster above and the trailer below:

Halle Berry Switches To WME From CAA

Likely in an effort to get better roles, Halle Berry has left CAA and signed to William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WME) for representation in all areas.

DEADLINE: WME has signed to represent Oscar winner Halle Berry in all areas.

She recently starred in Kingsman: The Golden Circle and the thriller Kidnap and is expected to reprise in another installment of Kingsman that director Matthew Vaughn wants to make, after the most recent pic grossed $400 million worldwide. That would mark Berry’s first franchise since she played Storm in four X-Men movies. Berry won her Oscar for Monster’s Ball. She continues to be managed by Suzan Bymel at Management 360.

The award-winning actress will next be seen in 'Kings', which arrives in theaters on April 27th.

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Halle Berry Speaks Out After Ex-Manager Is Accused Of Sexual Misconduct By 9 Minority Women

In a newly-published Washington Post article, Vincent Cirrincione, the ex-manager of Halle Berry, is accused of sexual misconduct by 9 minority women.

The women accuse the manager of using the stardom that he helped Berry and Taraji P. Henson create to lure these women into unwanted sexual relationships and acts. Berry responded saying that she was "livid" that he used her name to cause harm and that she ended her business relationship with him over three years ago when she learned of one misconduct allegation against him. Now, there are nine. See her responses beneath:

"Over three years ago, a woman was on the radio saying that Halle Berry’s manager was her worst casting couch experience ever. That news literally stopped me in my tracks. I immediately confronted Vince about it, and he denied it completely. But even with his denial, something didn’t feel right in my spirit, and with the possibility that it could be true, I immediately ended our over-25-year relationship."

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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Halle Berry Attends 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards

2x-Screen Actors Guild winner Halle Berry attended the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, January 21st, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, where she was on hand to announce the winner for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role - an award she won for 'Monster's Ball' in 2002.

The beautiful actress made a lot of best-dressed list in her Pamella Roland gown.

(Photos Courtesy of Daily Mail)