We’ve all heard stories about people being injured in action movies, like Tom Cruise breaking his ankle while jumping from the top of two buildings in “Mission Impossible – Fallout.” Part of the science about such mishaps is that they often remain in the film as a memorial to the person’s suffering.
In Halle Berry’s case, her injury occurred before the cameras went into operation. talk to Extra As the movie was released, he announced that he had “broken three ribs”. [she] He was rehearsing for ‘John Wick’.” Broken ribs are injuries I hope to never sustain in my own life, because the thought of having no real way to treat it and waiting for the pain seems like an absolute nightmare.
Still, Berry took the injury step by step. “It’s like a badge of honor to me, we don’t know how it happened … I worked for a while with my broken ribs until I couldn’t do it anymore,” she added. When he realized the extent of his wound, he feared it would need to be replaced, but Berry thanks director Chad Stahelski for waiting for things until he can get back to the famous horse and get the job done.
In Hollywood, where time is money, this is truly a blessing. However, if you’re going to have the determination and courage to star in a “John Wick” movie with action movie legend Keanu Reeves, which Berry “does not want to disappoint”, all I can do is applaud your work. And Halle Berry contributes a lot in “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum,” which I believe is the best movie of the series. I wish they’d bring him back for “Chapter 4”.