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Halle Berry Reveals Her Worst Movie And Talks About Mystery Actor She Won’t Work With Again (VIDEO)

Halle Berry has starred in a lot movies throughout her career. She’s one of the most recognizable movie stars in the world. But unfortunately, no one who has been in Hollywood for decades has escaped starring in a clunker of a film.

On Thursday, the Oscar-winning actress was on The Late Late Show with James Corden to promote her new film John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.

During the show, she played a round of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts. The rules are pretty simple. You either answer a tough question or eat something disgusting.

Berry was asked if she ever realized a movie was going to be bad as she was filming it. Surprisingly, Berry decided to answer the question instead of eating the beetle nachos.

I’m sorry, everybody who worked on this movie. I kind of knew that a movie I did called…The Rich Man’s Wife was not going—I’m sorry, Amy Holden, she was the director, and I’m not trying to bash my female directors, I’m not—but I kind knew it wasn’t going to be the greatest cinematic experience for the people.

The 1996 thriller film received mostly negative reviews from critics and only made $8.5 million at the box office. That’s pretty bad.

Berry was also asked which co-star she would never work with again, and Berry revealed that there are two people on the list. She didn’t call them out by name, but she did say one is “super duper famous” right now and “not too tall.” The other one used to be famous and is now in jail.

Who could she be talking about? I’m thinking the first one who is “not too tall” is Robert Downey Jr. or Tom Cruise. Both have worked with Berry, both are a little short, both are super duper famous and both are a little crazy.

I have to be honest. My mind went to Kevin Hart when she said “not too tall,” but I’m pretty sure they’re still friends.


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