Halle Berry posts a meme on Twitter poking fun at how many times her characters have saved on-screen kids in recent years.

Hall Berry posted a meme denouncing one of her most common movie tropes. The actress burst onto the scene in the early 1990s before entering the 2000s with a whirlwind of roles in big-budget blockbusters and indie darlings. Between starring roles in movies like that X-Men trilogy and die Another DayShe won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the 2001 film monster ball. Berry’s more recent high-profile roles have included appearances in the blockbuster sequels Kingsman: The Golden Circle and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellumas well as the Roland Emmerich disaster film from 2022 moonfall.


However, between these films, Berry has done many mid-budget projects, many of which share a crucial plot element: they often involve Berry in a desperate quest to rescue a young child. These films include The calling, in which Berry’s character is an emergency responder who must find a way to save a young girl (Abigail Breslin) after she’s been kidnapped by a serial killer. Another new entry sees Berry as Karla Dyson, a mother who must hunt down a mysterious assailant who is holding her son Frankie (Sage Correa) captive after kidnapping him from a carnival: the 2017 film abduct.

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Recently on Twitter, berry has a tweet with the caption “I know she won’t save another child in this move…This reference to someone discussing their current film trope together was accompanied by a five-second video of Usher. The video, which is a brief excerpt of a live performance from NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Series, features the artist saying, “look at that” before starting a song. Check out the following tweet:

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While this might just be a passing nod to the movies she’s been filming recently, it could also be a nod to one of Berry’s upcoming projects. It could well be that she’s thinking about a script for a project that reminds her of the number of times she’s saved children on screen over the past decade. It’s also possible that the project that sparked this is her upcoming horror thriller motherlandDirected by Alexandre Aja (high voltage) and Mark Romanek (One hour photo) and follows a family haunted by an evil spirit.

Anyhow, that’s definitely true Hall Berry has made saving children her bread and butter lately. As her recent action roles have proven, she is absolutely up to the challenge of delivering high-octane thrills no matter who she’s fighting for. However, by making fun of herself, she’s also proven that she has the ability to laugh when she’s not intense on set.

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