What do you do when you’re a successful celebrity that just produced, directed, and starred in this past week’s most-watched film on streaming services? Well, if you’re Halle Berry, you celebrate with a tipsy dance on your Instagram account. And that’s exactly what the 55-year-old actress did last night, as she took to her official Instagram page to celebrate the success of her Netflix film Bruised.
See Halle Berry show off her dance moves below:
Halle Berry captioned her video with the following: “When you find out the night before that your film is #1 in the U.S. and #2 globally and you start dranking to celebrate … this is bound to happen. #tipsy #bruisedsoundtrack”
The Oscar-winning actress showed off her moves in a sheer black bustier and black pants while her hair was tied back in a messy yet elegant bun. Standing in front of her window, the flawless actress gripped a wine glass as she swayed to the music of the song, “Automatic Women” by H.E.R, which is also featured on the film’s soundtrack. The post received plenty of love from Halle Berry’s 7.2 million followers, including praise from some of Hollywood’s most elite. From Megan Thee Stallion to Jamie Foxx, it seems the flawless actor has plenty of support in the show biz.
The celebratory post from Halle Berry came just after Netflix announced that Bruised became not only the most-watched film on Netflix but also the second most-streamed motion picture globally. In the sports drama, Berry plays a former MMA fighter who seeks redemption when the young son she gave up re-enters her life. The film was originally planned to be distributed through a major studio, however, it was Netflix who ultimately acquired the movie for a sum of $20 million. After a long battle to get her directorial debut film released, Bruised proved to be a huge success for Berry, with a reported 47.7 million hours of watch time in its first five days on the streaming platform.
Following her success behind the camera, Netflix has reportedly eyed the mother of two to helm more films in the future. As reported yesterday by GFR, the streaming giant offered Halle Berry a partnership. However, it still remains unclear whether or not the actress will direct more movies for Netflix, or what the partnership will entail. But even without Netflix, the actress has plenty of upcoming work. Berry is set to star in Roland Emmerich’s sci-fi film, Moonfall, set for release in theatres via Lionsgate on February 4, 2022. Berry is set to play astronaut Jo Fowler as she attempts to save the world as a mysterious force knocks the Moon from its orbit around Earth sending it hurtling on a collision course with Earth.
Keeping with the sci-fi theme, Halle Berry is also set to star in Matthew Charman’s upcoming film The Mothership, slated for release sometime next year. The Mothership will feature Berry as Sara Morse, the wife of a man who mysteriously vanished from the couple’s rural farm. A year after his disappearance, Sara discovers a strange extraterrestrial object hidden on their farm as Sara races to unravel what happened to her husband.