Halle Berry's 'Bruised' Landing Netflix Deal

Brenda Watkins
September 14, 2020

Berry also addressed the news herself on Twitter, responding to a Variety article about the reported deal, writing: "I am speechless".

Berry plays Jackie Justice, a disgraced MMA fighter who has failed at the one thing she's ever been good at - fighting, according to Deadline.

Halle stars as an ex-fighter who has left the MMA business and lost custody of her son, but the film finds her locked in a struggle to regain her child and career. The film has a Rocky-like plot of failure and redemption. Netflix has not confirmed the acquisition.

Berry's "Bruised", an MMA drama that is screening as a work-in-progress at the Toronto Film Festival, is stitching up a sale close to $20 million, insiders familiar with negotiations said. "We had rehearsed; we were ready". The script was written by Michelle Rosenfarb. So my mind, my director's mind, was just - keep going.

No word on will Netflix will begin streaming Bruised yet. Despite winning the 2002 Oscar trophy for best actress for her performance in "Monster's Ball", the movie offers didn't come.

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"I didn't want to stop because I had prepared for so long", she said.

"It's OFFICIAL. The #TIFF2020 lineup has arrived, and I'm so proud of the incredible cast and crew that got us here". And I compartmentalized that, and I just kept going: 'I'm not going to stop.

"I am speechless", she wrote. I've overcome much. I will carry on like this isn't harming. "I think it was that buzz that got people interested, which then led us to Netflix".

Halle, 54 - who went from feeling no yearn to all of abrupt now done being fit for inhale - clarified: I thought I had bone most malignant growths.

Berry revealed that she felt she had to fight for her roles and that there was no place for someone like her in the industry. "I couldn't understand why this was happening to me when I was really physically fit". Perhaps the current deal is the streamer's way of booking her for more roles?

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