Every actor has their movie regrets, and Halle Berry found herself having to reveal it in order to avoid eating some beetle nachos.
On Thursday, May 16, the 52-year-old played the Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts “food” game on The Late Late Show With James Corden. The rules involved deciding whether to answer an embarrassing question or devouring not the most appetizing meal.
After being asked which film she was a part of did she know was going to be bad during production, the Oscar winner said, “Which one? There’s so many?” she joked, before saying, “I’m sorry, everybody who worked on this movie. I kind of knew that a movie I did called … The Rich Man’s Wife was not going — I’m sorry, Amy Holden, she was the director, and I’m not trying to bash my female directors, I’m not — but I kind knew it wasn’t going to be the greatest cinematic experience for the people.”
The 1996 thriller was critically panned and grossed only $8.5 million. It also starred Clive Owen. Choosing this particular film is quite eye-opening, especially since most would assume Halle would have chosen the infamous Catwoman.
“You go into these movies always with the best intention. nobody wants to make a bad movie,” the former Bond girl explained. “We think everything is a good idea at the time, we say, ‘yes.’ And then sometimes you get on the set and you realize, ‘What was I, high, when I agreed to do this? Was I smoking crack?'”
While Halle was quick to answer this particular question, she wasn’t as open when asked by her John Wick 3 costar, Anjelica Huston, to name the two people she’d never work with again (Halle would have to answer or eat turkey testicles.)
“There’s two people on the list. One used to be [famous], not so much anymore — he went to jail. But one is so I’m gonna eat the balls.”
The third installment to the John Wick franchise is highly-anticipated, and we know that Halle enjoyed her time on that film set — even though she was severely injured. “I broke three ribs when I was rehearsing for [this film],” she recently told Extra. “It’s like a badge of honor for me, we don’t know how it happened … I worked for a little while with broken ribs until I could no longer do it.”