HALLE BERRY had to answer tough questions about her sexuality after unwittingly showing her teenage daughter lesbian sex scenes.
And she said 13-year-old Nahla was stunned to see the love scenes in the early screening, telling her superstar mother, “We need to talk for a bit.”
Halle, who was her directorial debut with sports drama – revealed her film editor unexpectedly jumped into the film’s dullest moment during the screening.
She said: “So Nahla watched the love scene (with a man). She was looking at me and she said, ‘Oh, mom. Really? OH!’ So then my editor, who was sitting next to me didn’t really realize my daughter was there, said, ‘Let’s move on to the second part. love scene, I want to see what it looks like’. Well, it’s a love scene with a woman.
“My daughter is like, ‘Whoa, Mom, we need to have some conversations. You didn’t tell me ‘.
‘Our creativity has taken it to the next level’
“And I said, ‘Nahla, this is a movie, none of this is true. Like, none of these are real’. It started a conversation – for the first time really – about what I do and about impersonating the characters, what’s real and what’s not.
“She asked, ‘How do you do that?’ and ‘How does it make you feel?’ I explained it as some of the hardest scenes the actors did, the most awkward. It’s not always fun.
“So I had a real conversation with my daughter about it, about my sexuality, about my job in the business and how hard I struggled to do the set. movie.”
Halle plays disgraced mixed martial arts fighter Jackie Justice, who is making a comeback while dealing with personal issues.
A brief romance flares up between Jackie and tough trainer Bobbi Buddhakan (Sheila Atim) as she gets ready to fight bantamweight champion Lady Killer, played by real life. MMA boxer Valentina Shevchenko.
Even though the film was certified 15, Halle let her teenage daughter watch it to see the positivity she had placed on the role.
Nahla is her ex-boyfriend’s daughter, Canadian fashion model Gabriel Aubry45. Halle, also has an 8-year-old son Maceo, whose father is her ex-husband, French actor Olivier Martinez, 56, who is her aunt. Divorce 2015.
Halle said: “I asked Nahla, ‘Would you like to come see my movie? You may never see it on the big screen because it’s on Netflix. So I really want you to see what I’ve done’.
“I said, ‘That doesn’t quite work for you, you’re 13. But you’re my child, so I really want you to see what I’ve worked so hard for and why I’m missing out on so much time with you.”
“The irony is that she ended up only seeing those two love scenes because the colors were all messed up so the editor called the show time.”
Another unique parenting experience came when she homeschooled her two children Malibu, California, their beach house during closing in 2020.
Halle, who also has the opportunity to work in the hills of Hollywood, said: “I got involved a lot with my kids in a whole new way. I became a homeschool teacher and we had to find many things to do in the house. Our creativity has taken to a higher level.
“We became closer as a family. My kids are looking for ways to start getting along because they have to actually talk to each other. They were friends with each other. “
Halle has spent 30 years of her career convincing people that she’s more than just a pretty face.
Now dating musician Van Hunt, 51 years old, She revealed: “The truth is I wish someone would come and say, ‘You’re brilliant,’ or ‘You’re a good mother. But I always get people commenting on my appearance.
“I tried to fight to get through that and prove myself. But at 55, I’m tired of trying to fight all the time.”
She won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2002 for her role in hit drama Monster’s Ball, making her the first black woman ever to lift a gong. But after her big win, she said “no script was included”.
Talking to actors Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes on their SmartLess Podcast, Halle said: “I thought, ‘This is the highest award in our industry, it’s going to give me more opportunities. ‘. But nothing changed.
“The script truck didn’t come back to my door. Because there’s still no sugar for people of color.
“So I feel like that award means different things to different people. If you ask Nicole Kidmanshe may have another reality of what that award means to her.
“But it doesn’t make sense to me. I wasn’t offered all these great scripts with these great directors.”
But Halle is proud to tell how her pivotal win has helped break down barriers and create opportunities for the next generation of screen talent.
“If you look at our evolution from 20 years ago to now, Black women everywhere.
“They are in all kinds of roles. They are taking on the male role and changing them into women and becoming more inclusive. I think that moment inspired many people to think differently and believe that anything is possible. So that way, I feel it’s very important.
“It is always really gratifying and satisfying. And it reminds me that I am fulfilling my role throughout history. We all just carry the ball as far as we can and hope the younger generation will take it, and then go even further. That is what we want for our children.
“We always want our children to be better, smarter, and go beyond what we can.”
Monster’s Ball, 2001: Won the Academy Award for Best Actress as a woman, left, dating the man who helped execute her husband.
X-Men, 2000-2014: Storm in four movies.
Cloud Atlas, 2012: Multiple Roles in the Sci-Fi Epic.
Things We Lost In The Fire, 2007: Plays the role of the murdered man’s wife.
Die Another Day, 2002: Jinx emerged from the sea in a bikini that went down in Bond history.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/17705224/lesbian-love-scene-halle-berry/ My love scene with a woman shocked my 13-year-old, Halle Berry reveals