Netflix Aborts Halle Berry’s Sci-Fi Film ‘The Mothership’ For Post-Production Reasons


The sci-fi movie “The Mothership,” which features Halle Berry, is among the many movies that Netflix has decided not to release. After being announced in February 2021, the film finished shooting. However, during post-production, it experienced several delays. Unfortunately, one of the most challenging tasks was reshooting scenes that involved children who had grown up since their initial shoot.

The film, written and directed by Matt Charman, is executive-produced by Danny Stillman and Berry. Berry stars as Sara Morse, a woman whose husband has gone missing under mysterious circumstances, and she follows the path of an alien located in her own basement.

However, this doesn’t stop Berry from partnering with Netflix. She is currently filming “The Union” (formerly known as “Our Man in New Jersey“), where she shares the screen with Mark Wahlberg. Berry achieved great success with her debut film, “Bruised,” which topped the rankings in several countries. The film’s redemption theme of second chances is a subject close to Berry’s heart.

#Clique, have you seen the movie Mothership?

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