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TV show Trailer, Clip for CBS‘ Extant episode ‘Ascension.’ The season finale of Extant takes Molly (Halle Berry) back into space, where she will finally confront the Star Spore specter of former love, Marcus (Sergio Harford), the much more tangible threat posed by Katie Sparks (Tessa Ferrer), and – [...]
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- Sam Joseph
Halle Berry has a new 'do!The "Extant" star debuted her extra long hair extensions (or potential wig) while doing some furniture shopping at Miele International in Los Angeles on Monday. The 48-year-old actress concealed her sleek, long locks under a grey and blue fedora, which she paired with a white crisscross blouse, J Brand jeans and a tan snakeskin bag.We have to admit -- we barely recognized her without her signature pixie cut!While it's unclear if Berry is sporting long hair for a role, she says she likes to switch it up from time to time."I love short hair—that's me, that's who I am. I just feel confident and feel like my best self when I have short hair," she told Elle in 2012. "But it's fun to change sometimes. I get a little bored and, as a woman, I want to change my shoes, my outfit, »
- tooFab Staff
Halle gets extensions.
Is Halle Berry saying goodbye to her signature short 'do?
Judging by this new photo of the Extant star, 48, she is at least for a little while!
Casually clad in ripped jeans, a halter top and flip-flops, Halle was snapped rocking long extensions in Hollywood while visiting Miele International -- a designer store for appliances and furniture -- on Monday.
She completed the look with a stylish gray-and-blue fedora and a nude snakeskin purse.
Photos: Halle Berry's 7 Best Films
"I love short hair -- that’s me, that’s who I am. I just feel confident and feel like my best self when I have short hair," Halle told Elle in 2012 about her confident hairstyle through the years.
Though she's never been opposed to changing it up a little!
"But it’s fun to change sometimes. I get a little bored and, as a woman, I want to change my shoes, my outfit »
Who's that girl?! Yes, that would be the one and only Halle Berry, who stepped out on Monday in Los Angeles with extra long, Rapunzel-length locks. We know, it took us a minute to recognize her without her signature pixie too. Now, it's not like we've never seen the Oscar winner with a below-the-shoulders hairstyle but it's been a while, like, five years a while. And even back in 2009 her 'do wasn't quite as long as it is right now. It should go without saying that the actress clearly had help from several packs of hair extensions since last time we saw the star (at the Stand Up To Cancer event on Sept. 5) she was still sporting her usually short style. Back in 2012, the »
Longing for length! Halle Berry owns the pixie cut, but the actress is giving her go-to look a break. The Extant star, 48, emerged in Hollywood on Monday, Sept. 15, offering up some serious hair envy. Berry showcased a sleek set of extensions that would even make Rapunzel jealous. Photo: Celebs with pixie cuts For the outing, Berry slightly concealed her new hairstyle under a grey and blue fedora. The rest of her street style was just as casual: The mom of two completed the look with a lightweight [...] »
Try as I might, I just couldn’t get into this summer’s series sci-fi series, "Extant," starring Halle Berry, and executive produced by Steven Spielberg . Maybe it was just me, but I found it too slow-moving and uninvolving, and was forced to give it up after a while. Yet, I’m willing to bet that it’ll will play much better as one of those “binge watching” shows, which is why I’m more than interested that it’s coming out on blu-ray DVD on December 16. The Paramount/CBS Home Entertainment release of the complete 12 episode series will include a whole host of extras, such as, "Extant: Filming Season One," "The Story of Extant," "Extant: The »
Who said marriage was easy?
Jennifer Garner, 42, is opening up about her marriage to Ben Affleck, 42, in the October issue of InStyle magazine -- specifically, how their relationship has changed through the years, and what roles the two play when it comes to parenting.
Jennifer and Ben have been married since 2005 and have three children together -- Violet, 8, Seraphina, 5, and son Samuel, 2.
"When we had our first [child], we had only been together a year. We were babies. It happened so fast, I hardly remember what we were like before the kids got here," Jennifer admits. "Now we're just starting to go away for a night here and there."
The Alias star is also realistic about the romance in their marriage.
"You can't expect to be courted all the time, and I don't »
Viola Davis may be the lead of a heavily-hyped new network series, but as the actress herself tells it, it's been an uphill battle getting to this point as a woman "of a certain age and a certain hue." “I don’t see anyone on TV like me in a role like this," said Davis - who stars in this fall's new ABC drama "How to Get Away with Murder" - in a recent interview with New York Times Magazine. "And you can’t even mention [lighter-skinned black actresses] Halle Berry or Kerry Washington." Indeed, even after being nominated for a second Oscar for her performance in 2012's "The Help" (her first nod came four years earlier for her brief role in "Doubt" co-starring Meryl Streep), the 49-year-old Davis claims underwhelming parts continued to come her way. “I have been given a lot of roles that are downtrodden, mammy-ish,” she said. “A lot »
- Chris Eggertsen
While Miss America hasn’t bred any headline-stealing celebrities recently, beauty pageants were once a place where future stars got their start. Oprah was Miss Black Tennessee; Halle Berry was Miss Ohio. Vanessa Williams made it all the way to the top, nabbing the Miss America title in 1984.
With Miss America’s 88th annual pageant airing Sunday on ABC at 9 p.m. Et, EW took a look at the most famous Oscar winners and television icons who once won crowns and sashes:
Leachman represented Chicago in 1946’s Miss America pageant and, though she didn’t win the ultimate crown, »
- Ariana Bacle
Viola Davis says she's tired of being offered roles that she describes as "downtrodden" or "mammy-ish."
In an interview with The New York Times Magazine, the How to Get Away with Murder star says there simply aren't enough meaty roles being offered to black women in Hollywood — and, she adds, those given to Halle Berry and her Shondaland counterpart, Scandal's Kerry Washington, don't count.
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- Liz Raftery
Once you give in to Extant's bonkers storytelling, it's a lot of fun. Here's Holly's review of the penultimate episode...
This review contains spoilers.
1.12 Before The Blood
Unlike the Seraphim, Extant this week starts to get back on course, which is to say, back off the rails. In a good way. Or, in a “we only have one more week and we’re probably getting cancelled anyway so let’s ramp this thing up to 11, y’all!” way.
Halle Berry turns in what might be her most prettily distressed performance yet for this penultimate episode of the season (and possibly series). And for good reason - Molly learns she’s the reason the Seraphim has lost contact, as she punched in the codes signalling an asteroid attack while under the influence of The Offspring. And, she’s now the only one who can go up there and fix it, »
Did you hear? Andrew Garfield is talking crap about "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" - or okay, at least he's admitting that there were problems with it. Of course, he's far from the first actor to denigrate one of his own films - from Meryl Streep to Brad Pitt to Halle Berry to Robert Pattinson (throwing shade at the "Twilight" franchise, wouldn't you know it), a host of stars previously have gone on record to badmouth the projects that in many cases netted them millions of dollars. So is it disrespectful to the other individuals who worked on the movie? Mmm...probably. But hey, who cares! We love a juicy soundbite. See below for 12 actors who just couldn't keep quiet about their most heinous films. »
- Louis Virtel, Donna Dickens, Chris Eggertsen
CBS‘ Extant Before the Blood TV Show Review. Extant: Season 1, Episodes 12: ‘Before the Blood’ served as the switch at the railroad junction, just ahead of the final destination. Molly (Halle Berry) had her seeming train-wreck of a quest produce a light, at the end of the [...]
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- Sam Joseph
Dolphin Tale 2 and No Good Deed could be in a tight race for first place over what will probably be another slow weekend at the domestic box office.According to online ticket seller Fandango, these two new releases have sold essentially the same number of tickets headed in to the weekend. An opening in the $15 to $20 million range seems likely for both titles.At 3,656 locations, Dolphin Tale 2 reaches theaters almost exactly three years after the original Dolphin Tale became a minor hit with family audiences. After opening to a solid $19.2 million, the movie held well and ended its run with $72.3 million.It would be surprising if Dolphin Tale 2 replicated the first movie's success. The movie looks mostly redundant: the only noticeable change is that a new dolphin is added to the mix. Also, the "based on a true story" angle, which was a key selling point for the first movie, »
- Ray Subers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
O.K. so "Extant" didn’t work out exactly as planned, but that doesn’t mean that Halle Berry has given up with television altogether. Under its deal with CBS TV Studios, Berry‘s production company, 606 Films, will exec produce a new medical drama series for the network. The untitled project, which will be co-exec produced with Katie Jacobs, who was the executive producer of "House," and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, and written by Larry Kaplow, will "center on an enigmatic surgeon who imprisons himself in a state-of-the-art private hospital on the grounds of a prison." No word as yet as to when the program will go on the air. »
TV show Trailer, Clip for CBS‘ Extant episode ‘Before the Blood’ & final synopses. With only two episodes left, for Extant‘s inaugural run, Molly (Halle Berry) tries to salvage the world she has, reconcile with the world she wants, and deal with falling skies ending the world as [...]
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- Sam Joseph
DC have probably had more movie flops that they’ve had successes. Green Lantern, Supergirl, Steel, Jonah Hex, Catwoman, Batman Forever and Batman and Robin have all been slammed by critics and audiences alike.
In some cases, you can’t really blame the casting or the actors for said failure – Halle Berry was actually one of the bright points of the terrible Catwoman movie, in spite of its ridiculous concept, and Josh Brolin could have been a fantastic Jonah Hex had the material he was given to work with not been awful.
That said, most of the time it’s down to poor casting. DC have given jobs to so many completely inappropriate actors, in terms of the characters that they played, that we’ve lost count of the number of cases in which it has occurred.
Whether it’s because the actor in question just wasn’t very good, »
- Kev Stewart
Ryan Kavanaugh and Tucker Tooley at Relativity Media have been through different manifestations through the years that involved grand enterprises like slate financing half of the movies in Hollywood at one time, and plotting an Ipo in the near future. The story of this festival has been the number of upstart companies that bought films as they re-brand themselves into indie distribution players. They include the soon-to-be-renamed Millennium buying Madame Bovary, EuropaCorp buying Big Game for its new domestic distribution pipeline Red, and Rlj/Image acquiring the Thomas McCarthy-directed Adam Sandler comedy The Cobbler.
Relativity has also been honing its own identity, and it made the first two deals of the festival, buying the completed picture The Woman in Black 2, and Kidnap, a thriller that Halle Berry will star in. Relativity chased the Chris Rock film Top Five and premiered two films here, Beyond The Lights and Hector And The Search For Happiness. »
- Mike Fleming Jr
Halle Berry seems to be happy working on TV. While she worked with CBS on their summer series Extant, her production company 606 Films decided to get more involved on the small screen. She is working reportedly on an untitled series based around a doctor who is not exactly a regular kind. Instead the doctor will be able to solve issues and medical problems in a very non-traditional way. The series is in early pre-production planning.
Like expected, much of the world is already comparing the rumored show to House. Yes, the plans that we were told does sound similar. But it isn’t fair to say that about a show that is very early in the planning process. Halle has been in the business long enough and I am sure she would not allow her company to make such an error. They just need time to flesh it out and »
- Sarah Peel
The untitled drama follows an enigmatic surgeon who imprisons himself in a state-of-the-art private hospital on the grounds of a prison.
The project hails from Berry’s 606 Films, which has an overall deal with CBS TV Studios. Larry Kaplow (House, Law & Order: Svu) will write and executive-produce with Berry, Jacobs, and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas.
- Natalie Abrams
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