Halle Berry dipped her tata into a bowl of guacamole for Movie 43


Movie 43 features one of the most insane ensemble casts in the history of insane Hollywood ensemble casts doing insane things all in the name of hilarious insanity. One of the A-listers who takes a turn on the upcoming flick is actress Halle Berry. While previews have shown her blowing out the birthday candle of a visually impaired young boy it appears as if she went much, much further.

Producer Peter Farrelly, Dumb and Dumber, did a virtual sit-in with the peeps over at Reddit for one of their AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions. During the Q&A, Farrelly revealed just how revealing Halle’s scene may turn out to be when the film hits theaters today.

“I was a little nervous about meeting her because her scene is so outrageous and I was afraid she might get on the set and balk. Not only did she not, but she thought the scene was too soft, and asked us to amp it up a little. We ended up coming up with a couple of things for her to do that weren’t scripted, but were insane. To give you an example, the short is about a couple who play Truth or Dare on a first date. Among other things she ended up sticking her bare breast into a bowl of guacamole. She couldn’t have been more fun to work with.”

Holy guacamole! I’d have to say that just about any of my work days would be more fun if it involved Halle Berry randomly dipping her you-know-whats into garnishes – but I digress…

Here is the growing list of celebrities, other than Halle’s Swordfish star, set to make an appearance in the film Movie 43:

Seth MacFarlane
Hugh Jackman as Davis
Halle Berry as Emily
Emma Stone as Veronica
Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda
Gerard Butler as Chaun
Elizabeth Banks as Amy
Kristen Bell as Supergirl
Naomi Watts as Samantha
Chris Pratt as Jason
Kate Winslet as Juliet Hulme
Anna Faris as Vanessa
Richard Gere as Boss
Josh Duhamel as Anson
Uma Thurman as Lois Lane
Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Mikey
Patrick Warburton as Dad
Seann William Scott as Brian
Liev Schreiber as Robert
Justin Long as Robin
Kieran Culkin as Neil
Kate Bosworth as Arlene
Jason Sudeikis as Batman
Leslie Bibb as Wonder Woman
Bobby Cannavale as Superman
Terrence Howard as Coach Jackson
Tony Shalhoub
Johnny Knoxville as Pete
Jack McBrayer as Brian
Jimmy Bennett as Nathan
Matt Walsh as Amanda’s Dad
Stephen Merchant as Donald
Emily Alyn Lind as Birthday Girl
Jeremy Allen White as Kevin Metzger
Martin Klebba as Killer Chaun
Aasif Mandvi as Asif
Julie Ann Emery as Claire
Beth Littleford as Mrs. Cutler
Mark L. Young as Calvin
Michael Wilbon as Human Bu*tplug
Nate Hartley as Stevie Schraeder
John Hodgman as The Penguin
Julie Claire as Pam
Dennis Quaid as Charlie

Farrelly believes that 43 will be a hit for college students and will most likely get creamed by critics. Matthew Honig did a review for Examiner based on a December screening in 2012. He wrote, “Movie 43 is pure trash. All raunch and no brains, this collection of uninspired sketches isn’t worth a Cinemax viewing let alone a trip to the theatre. There is little doubt that the star-studded Movie 43 will be regarded as one of the year’s worst films if not one of the worst films of all time.”