Halle Berry won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2002 for her role in Monster’s Ball. She was the first woman of color to do so in the history of the Academy Awards and so far she is the only one. Deadline reports that Halle Berry recently attended the 2016 Makers Conference and spoke... Show More Summary
There aren't many trends from the '90s that we love to revisit, but dark lipstick will never go out of style. Goth girls owned the look back then with their vampy pouts. Meg Ryan, Halle Berry and Gwen Stefani gave it a glamorous touch for the red carpet. Show More Summary
Chiseled, chopped and even more chic!
Having only white actors nominated in the top categories at the Academy Awards for the past two years has Halle Berry — the only woman of color who's won an Oscar — questioning the significance of the moment in 2002 when she broke that racial barrier. "That win, almost 15 years ago, was iconic....
Classy and timeless — just how we like it! Halle Berry and Caitlyn Jenner proved that a simple, crisp look is always in style at the AOL Makers Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA on Tuesday. Both stars kept it to clean lines and neutral hues, with Halle in a Camilla & Marc turtleneck dress with asymmetrical [...]
Halle Berry, who became the first black woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2002, broke her silence on the lack of diversity in this year's Oscar nominees. "Honestly, that win almost 15 years ago was iconic," Berry said at the Makers Conference, as reported by The Gaurdian. "It was... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Halle Berry 88th Academy Awards
Halle Berry, the only black actress to win an Oscar for a lead performance, unveiled her own take on the controversy that has enveloped Hollywood over the lack of diversity. The AP reports that Berry, asked about the issue during...
Halle Berry, the first and so far last African-American woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress, is speaking out about the current controversy over diversity and inclusion among the Oscar nominees. …Read More
Next month will mark the 14th anniversary of Halle Berry becoming the first black woman to win an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Monster's Ball. During her acceptance speech, Berry could barely speak through the tear...
Speaking at the Makers Conference earlier today, Halle Berry said that she was “heartbroken” over the continued lack of inclusion and diversity in Hollywood films. Berry, who made history in 2002 when she became the first woman of color to win an Oscar for a leading role, called Hollywood’s sameness the “elephant in the room.” Read more...
Halle Berry, the first black woman to win an Oscar, addressed its diversity controversy.
In 2002, Halle Berry became the first black woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress for her starring role in "Monster's Ball." She dedicated her teary-eyed speech to "every nameless, faceless woman of color." Fourteen years later, she is still the only black woman to have taken home that Oscar. Show More Summary
Of the many actors of color who've spoken out about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, many have themselves been nominees, but few have belonged to the exclusive club of Oscar winners. Now the first and only woman of color to win the Academy Award for Best Actress has expressed her disappointment over the... More »
She's 'heartbroken' about the film industry's lack of honesty.
Halle Berry isn't staying silent anymore. The lack of diversity in this year's Oscar nominations has got a lot of actors upset. Jada Pinkett Smith revealed she will be boycotting the ceremony and host Chris Rock is re-writing his script to address the controversy. And now, the 49-year-old is also joining in on the conversation. Related: Zendaya Calls [...]
The first woman of color to win the Academy Award for Best Actress spoke out today about the Oscar diversity controversy. Halle Berry, who won her statuette in 2002 for playing the widow of an executed inmate in Monster’s Ball, spoke...Show More Summary
Halle Berry sits on a panel on stage at the 2016 Makers Conference held at the Terrenea Resort on Tuesday (February 2) in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. The 49-year-old actress, who was the first black woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress, was asked to comment on the diversity issue. “Honestly, that win almost [...]
It was just a few months ago that David Justice revived his name on the blawgs after blasting his ex-wife actress Halle Berry via Twitter (click HERE if you missed that). [FLASHBACK: David Justice Wants You To Know A Few Things About...Show More Summary
X-Men: Apocalypse will see a whole host of new actors take over some of the franchises most popular characters. Tye Sheridan will replace James Marsden as Cyclops, Alexandra Shipp takes over Storm from Halle Berry, Kodi Smit-McPhee is a younger incarnation of Alan Cumming’s Nightcrawler, and Sophie Turner replaces Famke Janssen as Jean Grey. Show More Summary
David Justice is not letting up about the blow he says his reputation took when his ex-wife Halle Berry said that one of her former flames hit her.