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Halle Berry wants to return as Storm in the MCU

Director and cast member Halle Berry attends a premiere screening for the film ’Bruised’ during AFI Fest at TCL Chinese theatre in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 13, 2021. Picture Reuters/David Swanson/File Photo

Director and cast member Halle Berry attends a premiere screening for the film ’Bruised’ during AFI Fest at TCL Chinese theatre in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 13, 2021. Picture Reuters/David Swanson/File Photo

Published Dec 6, 2021

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Halle Berry has revealed she would love to return to her role as Storm in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The 55-year-old actress - who played the mystic arts Mutant in the “X-Men” movies of the franchise - has claimed she would "love" to have another go at playing such a "beloved" character.

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She told Vanity Fair: "I would absolutely return to it, it’s a beloved character, I loved playing Storm, and people love Storm.

“So, I would absolutely, you know, if we could find a version that would make sense, or a storyline that would make sense, I would absolutely do that, for sure."

The Academy Award-winner previously mentioned that she would be up for doing a solo movie as her superhero alter ego, but insisted it has to happen before she turns 65.

She said: "In a heartbeat. In a heartbeat I would do a Storm movie. I love that character through and through.

“So if that ever became an opportunity for me if it's before I'm 65-years old I would absolutely do that.

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“I think they should do it. If the fans want that the fans need to speak up and I'm sure it would be a possibility. If Fox felt like they could make money off of a Storm movie I'm sure they would do it."

Halle's comments on her Marvel character come just days after it was announced that she had inked a multi-picture deal with Netflix, following the success of her directorial debut “Bruised”.

In a statement, she said: "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."

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