Friday, 29 October 2010

Gothika Trailer HD

FilmTrailersChannel | 22 August 2009
In Theaters: 2 April 2004 (UK)

A criminal psychologist (Berry) awakens to find herself a patient in the institution where she works, with no memory of the murder she's accused of committing. As she tries to regain her memory - and her freedom - a vengeful spirit manipulates her.

Director:Mathieu Kassovitz
Cast:Halle Berry, Robert Downey Jr., Charles S. Dutton


"Behind Blue Eyes ": Limp Bizkit, featuring Halle Berry
CarlyLynda | 15 April 2007
A superb contemporary cover of The Who's "Behind Blue Eyes" interpreted by Limp Bizkit and showcasing the über-sexy Halle Berry, who adds sensuality through and through, especially during a heavy kissing session with Limp Bizkit ... YUMMY!!! This song was featured in the movie "GOTHIKA".


Frankie & Alice, Starring Halle Berry, to Open in December

Frankie & Alice, Starring Halle Berry, to Open in December

Source: Freestyle Releasing
October 25, 2010

Frankie & Alice, starring Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry, will have an awards season qualifying run on December 17, 2010, in New York and Los Angeles before its regular theatrical release, which is set for February 4, 2011, it was announced today by Freestyle Releasing.

Frankie & Alice, for which Berry also served as a producer, is a moving psychological drama based on the harrowing true story of Frankie Murdoch (Berry), a woman suffering with multiple personality disorder in early 1970s Los Angeles. Directed by Geoffrey Sax, and shot by by Newton Thomas Sigel (Valkyrie, X-Men, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, The Usual Suspects), the film also stars Stellan Skarsgård (upcoming The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Phylicia Rashad (upcoming For Colored Girls) and Chandra Wilson ("Grey's Anatomy").

In anticipation of the release of Frankie & Alice, AFI Fest 2010 will feature Berry in a "Conversation on Acting with Halle Berry" on November 9th at 7pm at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Tickets will be available at

"Bringing this story to the big screen has been a challenging, yet very satisfying, filmmaking experience," stated Berry. "Frankie's struggles with mental illness came at a time when the medical community and the public were still grappling with the veracity of multiple personality disorder, and I approached this role with feelings of humility, yet great responsibility."

Producer Vincent Cirrincione stated, "We are thrilled to have this film finished, completed and ready for release. 'Frankie & Alice' was a real labor of love for Halle and me, and we look forward to sharing this very personal and gripping true story with audiences."

Producer Hassain Zaidi stated, "Halle Berry was a real driving force to help bring this story to light, and gives one of the best performances of her career."

Frankie & Alice was produced by Berry, Vincent Cirrincione, Hassain Zaidi, and Simon DeKaric. The screenplay is by Cheryl Edwards and Marko King & Mary King & Jonathan Watters and Joe Shrapnel & Anna Waterhouse; story by Oscar Janiger & Philip Goldberg and Cheryl Edwards. Original music is by Andrew Lockington. Film editing is by David M. Richardson. Production design is by Linda Del Rosario and Richard Paris. Costume design is by Ruth E. Carter.

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Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Halle Berry and Her Multiple Personalities Enter the Oscar Race



Halle Berry and Her Multiple Personalities Enter the Oscar Race

  • 10/25/10
Halle Berry and Her Multiple Personalities Enter the Oscar Race
As previously noted, this is an unusually strong year for best actresses. Serious contenders for an Academy Award nomination include Natalie Portman, Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Jennnifer Lawrence, Nicole Kidman, Tilda Swinton, Anne Hathaway, Lesley Manville, and Michelle Williams, to name not even all of the women in the running. Given the unusual depth of field, some actresses might hold on tight to their small passion projects until next year, when they would have a better chance of getting attention, rather than making a last-minute play for awards consideration — but not Halle Berry! Nope, Berry is diving right on into a crowded pool with plans to release her indie Frankie & Alice for an Oscar-qualifying run on December 17, before its regular release in February. Set in the seventies, Frankie & Alice stars Berry as a woman with multiple personality disorder — hey, it worked for Joanne Woodward — and at least one personality is a total racist. The part is apparently her most serious work since her Oscar-winning turn in Monster's Ball — which, given the stuff she's done since Monster's Ball, isn't saying much — but does explain why she's so keen to get the film out there. Deadline is reporting that 10,000 screeners will be sent out to the "entire Academy, critics groups, SAG Nominating Committee and others," in the hopes that Berry can make like Jeff Bridges last year and secure a naked gold man off an under-the-radar, late-screening, small film. We wish her luck, but humbly suggest that if Berry's really intent on getting to the big show this year, she might want to figure out a way to get nominated as a Best Supporting Actress in her own movie — that field, at least, is wide open.
OSCAR: Halle Berry's Last-Minute Entrance Into Race [Deadline]

Halle Berry at 14th Annual Hollywood Awards Gala 2010

Halle Berry shines in a sequined dress at the 14th Annual Hollywood Awards Gala held at the Beverly Hilton on Monday (October 25) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Sunday, 24 October 2010

Halle Berry + Olivier Martinez: Carousel of Hope Couple

Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez: Carousel of Hope Couple!

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Halle Berry and her new boyfriend Olivier Martinez walk hand in hand to the 32nd Anniversary Carousel Of Hope Gala on Saturday (October 23) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 44-year-old former Bond girl and Olivier co-star in the upcoming thriller, Dark Tide, out next year.
The Carousel of Hope Gala is a biennial event to support the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes.