Halle Berry knocked her sales pitch out of the park with Netflix as the streaming giant is about to pay heavily for the distribution rights of its directorial debut.
“Monster Ball” actress ‘MMA’ drama “Brusade”, which is being screened at the Toronto Film Festival on Saturday, will reportedly be close to the figure of $ 20 million, sources familiar with the talks told Deadline on Friday.
Endeavor is representing the filmmakers in the content deal, with Sierra / Affinity assisting on the international side for the MMA Brawler storyline, in which she sets out on the challenges of redemption to keep her spirit alive and fight. Does.
Haley Berry investigates Enerji on the set of the film ‘Brusade’.
There is no word yet on when the film will premiere on the streaming platform.
Berry herself addressed the news on Twitter, replying to a diversified article about the reported deal: “I’m speechless. Thank you @netflix for believing in my vision, you finally get to see # Bruised.itovie Can’t wait for you. ”
Berry was featured in the latest issue of Variety before the Toronto International Film Festival and during the shooting of the film he came to know about broken ribs, which halted production at the time.
“Interpark artwork” is being used on behalf of Netflix, which is for films about young people.
“I didn’t want to stop because I had prepared for so long,” Berry said. “We did the rehearsal; We were ready. So my mind, my director’s mind, was just – keep going. And I compiled it and I just kept going: ‘I’m not going to stop. I have come very far. I’m going to act like it’s not sad. I am going to do it myself. ‘And so we did. ”
At the time of the injury, Berry took to social media to update her fans on her situation.
“Thanks to everyone who has loved me since my injury,” Berry captioned the Instagram photo, presumably still from the film. “It’s par for the course when you do your stunts, and I won’t have any other way to do it. Just I know I’m so tired. I’m wide awake … and just getting started!” #BruisedTheMovie. ”
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After production delays, a rep for the flick said at the time, “Halle was slightly injured in the fight. She is tired. She needed a break.”