Halle Berry turns heads at TIFF premiere of 'Kings'

The movie stars Berry as a working-class foster mom during the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
By Annie Martin Follow @littlemannie   |   Sept. 14, 2017 at 12:02 PM
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Sept. 14 (UPI) -- Hollywood actress Halle Berry turned heads on the red carpet this week.

The 51-year-old star attended the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her movie Kings at Roy Thomson Hall on Wednesday.

Berry dazzled in a Zuhair Murad jumpsuit featuring floral embroidery and lace. She emphasized the plunging neckline by wearing her hair in a high, braided ponytail, and accessorized with several D'Oraizo rings.

Berry showed off the back of her look in a Boomerang video on Instagram prior the premiere. The clip shows the actress looking out at the Toronto, Canada, skyline.

"Soaring over Toronto for TIFF #KingsMovie #TIFF17," she wrote.

Soaring over Toronto for TIFF #KingsMovie #TIFF17

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Berry was joined on the red carpet by Kings director Deniz Gamze Ergüven and co-stars Lamar Johnson and Reece Cody. The movie stars Berry as a working-class foster mom during the 1992 Los Angeles riots.

"Well, playing the mother of eight foster kids -- definitely being a mom -- informed every choice I made for the character, every moment," the actress told reporters at the premiere.

"There's a scene where I kiss all the kids' little feet," she shared. "I've done that 100 times with my own kids so there's a knowing what that feeling is all about."

Kings co-stars Daniel Craig, and has yet to set a theatrical release date.

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