Halle Berry gushes her and Van Hunt's 'love is going to linger forever'
Halle Berry has congratulated her boyfriend Van Hunt on his big career move.
Halle Berry has gushed that she and partner Van Hunt's "love is going to linger forever".
The 57-year-old actress began dating the 53-year-old musician in 2020, and she has heaped praise on her boyfriend after he recently launched his record label, OnTheHunt Music Group.
She gushed alongside a clip of one of his songs: "About damn time, @vanhunt! You’re so deserving of your OWN LABEL and I’m so proud of your music and your journey. You continue to do it your way and sometimes that can be a lonely road. Help me celebrate my man today y’all, cuz our love is going to linger forever! (sic)"
As the former Bond girl celebrates her man's career win, her own recently took a blow after Netflix scrapped the release of her sci-fi film 'The Mothership'.
The movie had finished filming back in 2021 but was unable to be completed after several delays in post-production, leading the streaming giant to axe the picture altogether.
According to The InSneider, the film still required plenty of reshoots and one of the children in the flick had aged significantly since filming had first wrapped.
'The Mothership' is the latest Hollywood film not to be released even though filming had finished after Warner Bros. axed three movies – 'Coyote vs. Acme', 'Scoob! Holiday Haunt' and the DC adventure 'Batgirl' – for financial reasons in recent years.
The plot follows Sara Morse (Berry) and takes place a year after her husband's mysterious disappearance from their rural farm.
When Sara and her children find an extraterrestrial object underneath their home, they hope that it will lead them to the truth about his disappearance.
Halle was joined in the cast by Molly Parker and Omari Hardwick while Oscar-nominated screenwriter Matthew Charman had been due to direct the feature.
The 57-year-old actress signed a multi-picture deal with Netflix in 2021 following the success of her sports drama 'Bruised', which she both directed and starred in. She is set to continue working with the streamer on the action film 'The Union'.
In a statement at the time, the 'Die Another Day' actress said: "My directorial debut, 'Bruised', was a labour of love and I knew that Scott [Stuber] and Ted [Sarandos] [CEOs of Netflix] would treat it with great care.
"The Netflix team has not only been collaborative and creative, but extremely passionate and a delight to work with. I am beyond grateful for the partnership and look forward to telling more stories together."