By Ryan Parsons | Image property of respective holders, Variety
Was there any proof on whether Halle Berry's frontal exposure in Swordfish helped the film's overall box office take? I remember them, I mean her, marketing the extra skin hard, so there must have been some sort of payoff; be it the minimum ticket price of $10. But I digress.
Halle Berry is thinking of returning to action-thrillers with Dark Tide, a film that will be directed by Clark Johnson.
Halle Berry Negotiating Dark Tide
Penned by Amy Sorlie, Dark Tide centers on a diving instructor who returns to the deep after a near-fatal incident with a Great White shark. How the film is considered an action thriller I can only guess, but I'm thinking this sounds sort of like another Jaws installment.
The film has been given a budget of $15-$20 million, with production set to begin later this year in South Africa.