‘Kidnap’ star Halle Berry says it’s ‘the summer of the woman’ thanks to strong female leads Video

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have and we are happy to have on set this Thursday morning a very, very special, beautiful, talented guest. She stars in the intense new thriller. You must see this, “Kidnap.” Give it up for Halle berry. Hi. Hi. Halley, nice to see you. Oh. Good to see you. Good to see you. Thank you. Have a seat. Oh, my goodness. I haven’t been here since you’ve had an audience. It’s been way too long. It’s amazing. I think you’re very comfortable at the anchor desk because that was maybe one route you were going to take at one time. I wanted to be comfortable here, yes, I did. It was my passion. I thought that’s what I would do with my life. Did you ever try it? Did I ever try it? No, not really. But I can try it now. Yeah. I think things have worked out well for her, don’t you? The route you took. I watched this the other night. My heart was pounding. There’s one point I put my hand on my chest — I know the scene. And I could feel my heart doing this. It’s every mom’s, every parent’s, I think worst nightmare so it’s real for all of us like what would you do if you saw your child snatched before your eyes close enough to see but too far to do anything about it. What would you really do? You know, and hundreds of kids are kidnapped every day so it’s real and it was so real for me being a mom too. Every day it was visceral. My emotions were here and I just thought the horror and I think like our character every mom would go far. It came through on the scene. You can really fight. I can. How do you know that? How do you know that? I’ve only heard it. No, but you really went through training and things like that. Well, not so much for this movie but I just in general I do hand combat training just I’m the kind of person that if something really goes down I want to be that mom that can really have a fighting chance for my kids and myself. I think every woman should know self-defense and combat training and I think it should be mandatory if you have children, you should learn how to protect yourself. But you know, just the way you phrase it when something goes down, like don’t mess with Halle berry. Because if something goes down — Not my kids. No. Should we take a look? Let’s do it. You guys want to see it? Yeah. Oh, my god. No. Stop. Stop. My kid. My kid. That was — oh. I’m telling you. The tension that you feel there is nothing. There is — I mean — But I…

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