Kidnap trailer

From the producers of Salt and Transformers, as the Kidnap trailer touts, comes an action-thriller with Halle Berry chasing down the people that stole her son. It’s directed by Luis Prieto, whose last feature was the remake of Nicolas Winding Refn’s Pusher. While Kidnap was originally scheduled to come out last December, it was pushed back to this August.

Below, watch the Kidnap trailer.

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Catwoman Honest Trailer

This week brings Wonder Woman to theaters, marking the first time that a major female superhero is getting her own film franchise. Sadly, it’s not the first time a female comic book character was given her own movie though, and Honest Trailers has taken a look back at one such disastrous attempt that also hails from Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics.

Catwoman is one of the most iconic villains from Batman’s rogues gallery, so how does a movie focusing on the feline vixen without any Dark Knight to scratch turn out? Well, it turns out to be a complete nonsensical nightmare that makes absolutely no sense and is easily the worst thing Halle Berry has done, not just in her career, but her life.

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kingsman the golden circle first look

Kingsman: The Secret Service wasn’t just a surprise box office smash – it was one of the most pleasantly surprising wide releases of 2015. Matthew Vaughn‘s gory spy riff, which pushed the language of James Bond movies into giddy, R-rated heights, was a ton of audacious, gnarly fun. However, this also means that the sequel won’t benefit from the element of surprise. Expectations have been raised!

But it seems to have come prepared, with new cast members in Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, and Jeff Bridges, each of whom has been revealed in the Kingsman: The Golden Circle first look.

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kidnap trailer

I don’t know about you people, but I’m ready for the Halle Berry career renaissance. I think that we, as a symbolic nation of movie fans, are ready to completely forget about the likes of Catwoman and Die Another Day and Gothika and Things We Lost in the Fire and embrace a second wind. She’s a fine actress, a more-than-capable screen presence, and when it comes to more recent Berry performances, more people should talk about her brave and bonkers work in the brave and bonkers Cloud Atlas.

In any case, she appears to be carving out a new niche as the star of lower-budgeted thrillers. 2013’s The Call was a modest hit and Kidnap looks to be cut out of similar cloth.

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Halle Berry in Talks for ‘Kingsman 2’

Jordan Turner (Halle Berry) in TriStar Pictures thriller THE CALL.

In addition to then-unknown Taron EgertonKingsman: The Secret Service featured quite a collection of high-profile talents including Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Caine. Now the sequel has recruited another familiar face. Halle Berry is in talks for the super-spy sequel, which Matthew Vaughn returns to direct. And if all goes back, she could return for yet another Kingsman film.  Read More »

Wolverine Storm romance

So much of Wolverine’s storyline in the X-Men movies has revolved around his tortured love for Jean Grey. But a new X-Men: Days of Future Past deleted scene reveals he was supposed to finally move on in the last film. With longtime colleague Storm, of all people.

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Extant trailer

In Extant, the upcoming CBS show from producer Steven Spielberg, Halle Berry plays a woman who spends thirteen months on a solo mission in space. She returns pregnant, and what happens next will blow your mind. Or so we’re told — and I don’t think that’s because she goes home to write Upworthy headlines. We’ve known next to nothing about the mysterious show, and this first full Extant trailer starts to tease some vague sense of what the producers meant when they said last year that the main character’s “experiences lead to events that ultimately will change the course of human history.” Read More »

Wolverine: The Musical?

Thursday, two new X-Men Days of Future Past posters were revealed. They were not very good. Today, nine more have hit the web. Nine. Unlike those two, these don’t appear to be theatrical. Instead these look like the $8 poster you’d purchase at Wal-Mart or Spencer’s Gifts and, surprise surprise, that actually makes them kind of cool. (Some of them at least.) Others are the same simple composition that plagued these two. Still, you’ll get some new glimpses at Ian Mckellen, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Halle Berry, James McAvoy, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lawrence and others. Check out nine new X-Men Days of Future Past posters below.
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Frankie and Alice

Over three years ago, we saw the first trailer for Frankie & Alice, a fact-based drama about a ’70s stripper suffering from dissociative identity disorder. And then… nothing. Aside from a brief, barely publicized awards-qualifying run in late 2010 (which didn’t get star Halle Berry any Oscar love, but did earn her a Golden Globe nomination), the picture never received a theatrical release.

But it looks like someone has finally taken the film off the shelf and blown off the dust. Frankie & Alice is now headed for a spring opening, and there’s a brand-new trailer to prove it. Hit the jump to check it out.

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Halle Berry as Storm in X-Men 3 The Last Stand

A decade after X2, Bryan Singer is busy directing superpowered mutants once again. X-Men: Days of Future Past entered production about a week ago, and thanks to Twitter we’ve received a steady stream of updates on the project.

This weekend, we learned that the already crowded cast had added one more star in the form of Adan Canto, a Mexican actor best known for playing Paul Torres on Fox’s The Following. Additionally, Singer posted a fresh photo of original trilogy star Halle Berry back in the Storm role, albeit with a new suit and haircut. Hit the jump for more.

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