Hally berry in monster ball
By Megan Turner. He makes everyone feel special; he takes the time to talk to you and look at you. But neither coupling produced the kind of sparks that flew when Berry and Thornton hit the sheets. Even director Marc Forster was blown away.
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HALLE BERRY REVEALS HER . . . SECRET TO HOT SEX ON SCREEN
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Halle Berry can only laugh - even now a little hysterically - when she is asked what went through her mind when she heard her name read out on Oscar night. Her eyes widen. I know what happened after that because I've seen the video. But when they said my name I looked at my mom and I looked at my husband and I can't even remember seeing their faces. Berry's acceptance speech was certainly memorable.
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'Now I'm really at the party'
See high school TV and movie icons then and now, from " Dawson's Creek " and more favorites. See the gallery. Set in the Southern United States, 'Monster's Ball' is a tale of a racist white man, Hank, who falls in love with a black woman named Leticia. Ironically Hank is a prison guard working on Death Row who executed Leticia's husband. Hank and Leticia's interracial affair leads to confusion and new ideas for the two unlikely lovers.
When Thornton dropped by HuffPost Live to discuss his Emmy nomination for "Fargo," he and host Ricky Camilleri chatted about what it was like to film that scene, which has become one of the most popular sex scenes on the Internet. There's obviously some excitement in filming an intimate moment with one of Hollywood's sexiest women, but Thornton said because the film was so dark, he felt "pretty exposed" rather than titillated. Still, it was a thrill to work on, he said. I would have written 'Monster's Ball' myself immediately," he said.
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