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It will be a good role for Berry, however, who has been out of the action thriller scene for a while, despite the genre making a comeback.According to a top source, Halle Berry's ex boyfriend Gabriel Aubry is leading the race to become Time magazine's Person of the Year in 2018. The list of nominees for Time magazine’s Person of the Year is always an eclectic mix of world leaders, pop culture icons, buzzworthy names, and human rights activists.Benét is famously known for encouraging her to go ahead with a topless scene in 2001’s , a romantic drama.Her role earns her that year’s Academy Award for Best Actress, fulfilling what Dorothy Dandridge had opened the door for so many years earlier. For example, the script of the X-Men sequel, franchise barely grossed million from ticket sales, and was nominated for multiple Golden Raspberry Awards.(Making things even stranger, Berry and Dandridge were actually born in the same Cleveland hospital.)Berry’s performance earned her several awards, most notably an Emmy and Golden Globe, and helped set the stage for her to enter the new millennium at the top of her career., the film adaptation that was released in 2000, helped kick off what’s now 16 years and counting of a growing Marvel presence on the big screen and television.The film, which had been in production in one form or another since 1984, featured an ensemble cast which helped introduce Halle Berry to a wider audience with her portrayal of Storm, one of the original X-Men.After her graduation, she attended community college, briefly living in a Cleveland suburb, and entered multiple beauty contests, winning multiple.
The film will follow in the footsteps of the 2015 spy film, so will likely be a box office smash, even if critics are a little skeptical.In 2010 she was in the drama, which was not a commercial success, but did net her a few more nominations and awards.She also left her boyfriend, which led to a highly publicized fight over who would maintain custody of their daughter.She was also cast in 1993’s live-action Flintstones film.
The mix of roles helped demonstrate her acting ability, and set her up to star opposite Jessica Lange in , where she played young woman trying to retain custody of her son, despite struggles with drug addiction.The show cast Halle Berry as the lead, an astronaut who became pregnant, despite being alone in space for nearly 13 months and having previously been diagnosed as infertile.