Moonfall Star Halle Berry Is Open to Reprise Her Marvel Roles

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The Academy Award Winner and Golden Globe Winner, and of course, Oscar Winner, Halle Berry discussed that she is open to reprising her roles as X-Men’s Storm and DC Comics character Catwoman. The actress says that she is down in playing her former superhero roles.

The multi-awarded actress started acting in 1989 and ever since then, became one of the list of promising actresses in Hollywood. Her major performance is Monster’s Ball, which led her to win as the first woman of color to win an Oscar.

Right now, Halle Berry is juggling a lot of things. She’s Keanu Reeves’ assassin accomplice in John Wick, also starred in a sports drama ‘Bruised’ that is also her first directorial debut, and the lead star for the sci-fi adventure Moonfall which will hit theaters today, February 3, 2022.

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But Halle Berry is also known for her iconic roles as DC’s Catwoman and X-Men’s Storm.

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Though her role as Catwoman didn’t get pretty good reviews, her role as Storm is the fan-favorite. She portrayed the role for the four-film franchise and was known for the iconic thunder bending mutant.

During one of the press tours for her new film Moonfall, an interviewer asked her about on whether returning to play any of her past comic-book characters, to which she replied:

"I would revisit any of them, actually. I loved all of those characters and I was always grateful to get to play them and be a part of those big franchises, you know? So I would revisit any of them."

Since Catwoman is a DC property and Storm is now a property of Disney, now the home of Marvel Studio and both studios are exploring the multiverse world from Flash to Dr. Strange. Seems like she will have to make a big decision on what role she would like to reprise.


But she can surely do both.

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