By Nathan Kamal 21 seconds ago
America has been in love with Halle Berry for thirty years. Ever since she had her starring role co-starring with Eddie Murphy in the 1992 romantic comedy Boomerang, Berry was one of our talented, enjoyable and beautiful stars. There was X-Man, Swordsman and many different things Atlas of clouds, but one thing that has never changed is her sense of style and beauty. With all that said, we also like when Halle Berry posts on Instagram, because we take pictures like this:
In this picture, Halle Berry is sitting on an unknown set of gray stone stairs. Although we can not be sure exactly where she is, the cut hairstyle that looks like Ororo Munroe peeking under her black velvet Greek cap, shows that this was a recent photo, as she had the same look at the Critics Choice Awards. His star Gothic is dressed in a seductive, transparent that is practically scandalous in its translucency. One of her shoulders is bare and shining in the sun (it fits, with the caption of an emoji for the sun and a kiss), and her slender legs are elegantly placed in front of her. As you would expect from Halle Berry, it is a simple look that takes your breath away.
Halle Berry’s fame peaked in the early 2000s when she starred in Brian Singer’s first film X Men film, The Dance of the Monsters, He died another day, and Cat Woman in quick succession. It’s a significant enough series to star at the beginning of the longest-running comic book series, becoming the first African-American to win an Academy Award for Best Actress, co-starring with Pierce Brosnan in his latest James Bond series and winning this Golden Raspberry which is generally considered one of the worst comic book covers of all time. But Berry never stopped working and even made some of her best performances after this strange series of films, including the aforementioned Atlas Cloud. She repeated her iconic role as the mutant Storm in 2014 X-Men: Days of Future Past, and starred in Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Halle Berry also joined Keanu Reeves John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, and there are rumors of a spin-off for Sophia’s character.
While Halle Berry may or may not get this spin-off of John Wick (they also said that about the 007 Jeans character, after all), she’s still busy. He recently starred in Roland Emmerich’s film about space disaster Moonfall with Patrick Wilson (in whom the moon turns out to be a bad robot, we believe) and made her directorial debut for the Netflix movie Bruised, in which she played a shy boxer trying to bond with her estranged son. Halle Berry is currently in production The Parent, a science fiction film written and directed by Matt Charman (who also wrote the acclaimed Steven Spielberg film Spy Bridge). Until it is released in theaters, we hope that Halle will continue to take pictures like these.