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Red Carpet Flashback: Halle Berry's best red carpet moments

Yahoo Movies Editorial
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Beginning with her breakout role in Spike Lee’s Jungle Fever, all the way to her Oscar-winning performance in Monster’s Ball, Halle Berry’s three-decade career has solidified her status as an A-list actor and red carpet staple. Now, at 51, she is back on the scene for this weekend’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle alongside the glittery likes of Julianne Moore, Colin Firth, and Channing Tatum. Let’s take a look back at some of her greatest red carpet moments.

NAACP Image Awards (1992)

Seen here at the awards in 1992, Halle Berry has since been nominated for the Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture award an astonishing 16 times and won the award six times. The first was for her role in Boomerang, and most recently she was honored for 2011’s Frankie & Alice. (Photo: Getty Images)

‘The Program’ (1993)

Berry shows off her throwing arm at the Los Angeles premiere of the sports-themed drama.
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‘The Flintstones’ (1994)

Berry attends the New York premiere with then-husband and MLB star David Justice. Her character, Sharon Stone, in the live-action version of the popular cartoon series was originally created for actress Sharon Stone (hence the name) but the Basic Instinct star had a scheduling conflict and the role went to Berry.
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‘Losing Isaiah’ (1995)

Posing with her young co-star, Marc John Jefferies, at the Hollywood premiere.
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Golden Globe Awards (1997)

Shemar Moore escorts Berry to the 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Even though the relationship didn’t last, Berry apparently left a lasting impression on Moore. He told BET in 2013 that “Halle was a necessary experience. It made me much stronger as a man, and knowing the caliber of woman I want in the future.”
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‘Bulworth’ (1998)

A smile and a wave for the cameras at the Los Angeles premiere of the political satire.
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‘Introducing Dorothy Dandridge’ (1999)

Meow! Future movie Catwoman Berry embraces TV Catwoman Eartha Kitt at the Los Angeles premiere of the biopic.
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‘X-Men’ (2000)

Berry strikes a pose at the Los Angeles premiere. For her role as Storm in the blockbuster franchise, the naturally brown-eyed actress attempted to wear white contact lenses but only made it through one day of filming before requesting that the effect be done using CGI.
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Academy Awards (2002)

Walking the Oscars red carpet as a Best Actress nominee for her role opposite Billy Bob Thornton in Monster’s Ball. She went on to win that night, becoming the first black woman to receive the Best Actress Oscar.
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‘Die Another Day’ (2002)

Berry hits the carpet with Pierce Brosnan (aka James Bond) to promote the 20th installment of the 007 franchise in Spain.
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‘Catwoman’ (2004)

Although the movie failed to wow crowds and bring in big box-office numbers, Berry, seen here with co-stars Lambert Wilson and Benjamin Bratt, was a good sport about it. She even attended the Razzies in person to pick up her trophy, saying in her acceptance speech, “I want to thank Warner Bros. for casting me in this piece-of-s***, god-awful movie.”
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‘Robots’ (2005)

Berry poses with her fellow robots Robin Williams and Ewan McGregor at the Los Angeles premiere of the animated feature.
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‘X-Men 3’ (2006)

Berry and Rebecca Romijn are all smiles at the Cannes Film Festival premiere. Although Berry reprised her role as Storm in Days of Future Past, the role of Storm has been taken over by Alexandra Shipp for X-Men: Apocalypse and 2018’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
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‘Perfect Stranger’ (2007)

Real-life pals and co-stars, Bruce Willis and Berry attend the New York premiere. The two previously shared the screen in the 1991 Tony Scott thriller The Last Boy Scout.
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‘Frankie & Alice’ (2010)

Berry, who both starred in and produced the film, struggled for 10 years to get the movie made. In an interview with NPR’s Abbie Cornish, Berry said, “Even after winning an Academy Award, I somehow thought, ‘OK, now I’m going to have an easier time making my Frankie movie.’ No. That still wasn’t the case.”
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‘Cloud Atlas’ (2012)

Berry shares a sweet moment with co-star Susan Sarandon at the Hollywood premiere of the David Mitchell novel turned feature film.
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‘The Call’ (2013)

Berry and Abigail Breslin reunite on the red carpet of the Hollywood premiere. The co-stars previously worked on the Garry Marshall film New Year’s Eve, although they never shared screen time.
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‘Spectre’ (2015)

Berry attends the Black Women of Bond Tribute in L.A. with fellow Bond Girl Naomie Harris, who co-stars in the Daniel Craig 007 flick.
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‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’

Berry is joined by co-star Julianne Moore at the London premiere; both women are new additions to the second installment of the franchise about British secret agents.
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