Playing in Moonfall, Halle Berry’s Role Was Originally Made for Boys


Actress Halle Berry will appear in her latest film, Moonfall .

The film has a space theme, Kawan Puan.

In the film Moonfall , Halle Berry played an astronaut named Jocinda “Jo” Fowler.

Initially, the role of Halle Berry was intended for a man.

This was confirmed by the director of the film Moonfall , Roland Emmerich during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

He said that previously the role played by Halle Berry was not for a woman, you know.

However, Ronald changed his mind consciously because of ‘why not women’.

“It’s more male-oriented and then we say to ourselves, ‘Why not girls?’,” said the 66-year-old director.

After that, the question continued about the female artist who played the main character.

Then in Roland Emmerich’s mind, the figure of Halle Berry was thought to be suitable to play Jo Fowler.

“‘Who’s kind of cool [who worked on this film?],’ and then we came relatively quickly to Halle Berry because she’s a bit older and she’s been doing a lot of stuff,” Roland said .

Apparently, Halle Berry immediately agreed to the role.

“And he was the first person to be approached and immediately said,‘ Yes, ’” she said.

In the same conversation, Berry joked with his co-star Patrick Wilson about their lead role.

She said that her role as a wife could be that of a man.

“Your work wife could be a man, Patrick,” said Halle Berry.

“That’s right,” he replied.

However, he didn’t mind it.

“Hey, I’m fine with a man’s ‘work wife’. That’s awesome, come on!

I’ve wanted to work with Halle for a long time, so I’ll take it in any form, even if we’re in crazy spacesuits trying to act like us. Floating,” he said.

“So it’s really a joy,” Patrick continued.

Moonfall tells the story of former astronaut and NASA executive Jo Fowler (Halle Berry) as he recruits astronaut Brian Harper (Patrick Wilson) and conspiracy theorist KC Houseman (John Bradley) for a mysterious mission into space.

In addition to the three stars, this film also stars Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor and Carolina Bartczak, to Donald Sutherland.