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‘I was actually freezing my butt off’: Halle Berry Says Die Another Day – One of the Most Controversial James Bond Movies Ever – Was Her Biggest Acting Challenge

Halle Berry Says Die Another Day Was Her Biggest Acting Challenge

When it comes to the divas of Hollywood, only a few can hold a candle to Halle Berry and her influence in the Hollywood industry. Apart from being absolutely breathtaking, she has the skillsets to slay any role that she is assigned, may it be the ferocious and absolutely badass Sofia in John Wick: Parabellum, or may it be the sly and nimble cat burglar in 2004’s Catwoman. Throughout her career, she has taken every challenge head-on and emerged on the other side holding her head high.

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Halle Berry

Although, challenges are something that also tends to teach us some important lessons that we implement to further better ourselves for the future.

In a recent tweet by Berry, she talks about the most challenging role that she had done in a film, which was 2002’s James Bond film Die Another Day, where she reveals that sometimes it looks easy on screen, but the reality is something else.

Halle Berry Recalls The Challange She Faced In Die Another Day

Halle Berry in Catwoman
Halle Berry in Catwoman

Halle Berry has been a part of a lot of films that have proven to be extraordinary to audiences. From playing the infamous and controversial role of Patience Phillips in Catwoman, which displayed the character in a very provocative manner, to playing the renowned role of Storm in 20th Century Fox’s X-Men series, she has seen her fair share of hardships and success in the industry. But most of all, she is known as a risk taker who is willing to push the boundaries when it comes to playing the role that she is given.

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With her recent tweet taking her back to 2002, she recalls a role that was significant to her, both from a career standpoint as well as from an individual standpoint. This role was of Jinx, the Bond girl from Pierce Brosnan’s Die Another Day, where the particular scene in the discussion was when her character emerges on the beach after taking a dip in the ocean. This might not seem such a challenge until you come to know that the water was cold as hell, and she had to make it look like she emerged from a sea of warm water. In her tweet, she wrote:


Making a scene look flawless while being submerged underwater that was cold sure takes a lot of tries to get right, and even then, there are high chances that it might not look that natural. But Halle Berry has the ability to make it look easy.

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Halle Berry’s Return In The X-Men

Halle Berry Storm
Halle Berry as Storm in X-Men

As most people might already know, Halle Berry has been a part of the roster of Marvel superheroes before. Known for playing the role of Storm in 20th Century Fox’s X-Men series, she was loved by the fans. And now, after Marvel Studios have confirmed the return of the X-Men in the upcoming films of the Multiverse Saga, many are hoping to see her back as part of superhuman mutants in one of those films.


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