Academy Award winner Halle Berry, who is currently in London, England filming 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle', has set her eyes on her next two projects.
The 49-year-old stunner has signed on to star in 'Kings', the English-language debut from Deniz Gamze Ergüven, that will see Berry will play a mother living in the South Central neighborhood of Los Angeles, where the riots began in April 1992 after a jury acquitted four LA police officers of the use of excessive force in the beating of a black motorist, Rodney King.
Additionally, Berry is also a part of the cast for director Adrian Lyne's 'Silence', a hot package being shopped by Lotus Entertainment at Cannes film market, that teams her with fellow Academy Award winner Michael Douglas and is being produced by Will Packer.
Set in Chicago during a snow-covered Christmas in the 1960s, when for John Carpenter, the holiday spirit is broken by violence throughout the city, and an unlikely stranger named Silence saves his life during a deadly riot. It questions how far you would go to protect the ones you love.
Halle Berry Boards L.A. Riots Film 'Kings' & Joins Michael Douglas In 'Silence' Reviewed by Celebrity Bug on 5/16/2016 Rating: