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Halle Berry continues to defy nature, gravity, and time with her unbelievable good looks. Not that 49 is old, but a lot of women pushing 50 don't look anything like this! Related: Halle Hints At New Relationship The actress celebrated 500K followers on Instagram Monday with this sexy snap of herself in a strappy black bikini, and wrote: To be honest, she needs way more followers — like somewhere around 500 MILLION! We keep staring at this pic and marveling at how young and fit she looks. Halle Berry has opened up about the Oscar diversity issue.We also want to thank the incomparable Halle Berry for her commitment and support for the series, and look forward to working with her on our next project together.” The series, which wrapped its second season this September, from Amblin TV and CBS Television Studios revolved around astronaut Molly Woods (Berry) who is inexplicably pregnant when she returns home to her family after 13 months on a solo mission in outer space.
It’s heartbreaking to start to think maybe it wasn’t bigger than me. And I so desperately felt like it was.” Aside from Berry’s 2001 win for her role in “Monster’s Ball,” only three other African-American actresses have been nominated, including Gabourey Sidibe in 2009 for her role in “Precious,” Viola Davis in 2011 for “The Help” and Quvenzhane Wallis in 2012 for “Beasts of the Southern Wild.” Berry, who in her acceptance speech said, “the door tonight has been opened,” believes the problem runs much deeper than just within the Academy; she contends the problem is industry-wide, and stems from film’s inaccurate portrayals of diverse characters.
“The reason they’re not truthful, these days, is that they’re not really depicting the importance and the involvement and the participation of people of color in our American culture,” Berry said.
CBS has canceled summer drama series “Extant,” which starred Halle Berry, after two seasons.
“CBS, Halle Berry and the producers have decided to conclude the ‘Extant’ story after last season’s exciting and fitting conclusion,” said Glenn Geller, president of CBS Entertainment.
“’Extant’ played an important role in expanding CBS’s lineup of original scripted programming in the summer.