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Halle Berry Learned How to Skin a Squirrel for BC-Filmed NEVER LET GO

It was a creepy environment. It reminded me how I would protect my children with my life — Halle Berry at CinemaCon.,

BC-filmed thriller Never Let Go, starring Halle Berry as the mother of twin sons in remote woods, gets a September 27th release date in theatres.

What’s this tale about?

As Evil takes over the world beyond their front doorstep, the only protection for a mother (Halle Berry) and her twin sons (Percy Daggs IV and Anthony B. Jenkins) is their house and their family’s protective bond.

Needing to stay connected at all times – even tethering themselves with ropes – they cling to one another, urging each other to never let go. But when one of the boys questions if the evil is real, the ties that bind them together are severed, triggering a terrifying fight for survival. 

There was no electricity, no lights . . .My character’s skinning squirrels. And they’re eating bugs and frogs — raw frogs — in the woods. — Halle Berry at CinemaCon.

I had to really skin a squirrel. These things wildly challenged me to create some reality within this world that felt so foreign. — Halle Berry at CinemaCon.

It’s no wonder that a real-life bear and her cubs wandered through their wilderness set.

Never Let Go:

BC filming dates: April 17 2023 – June 02 2023.

Former title: Mother Land.

Director: Alexandre Aja.

Writers: Kevin Coughlin, Ryan Grassby.

Cast: Halle Berry, Percy Daggs IV, Anthony B. Jenkins, Matthew Kevin Anderson.

Producers: Halle Berry & Holly Jeter, Alexandre Aja, 21 Laps (Shawn Levy Dan Cohen, Dan Levine), Lionsgate.

We’re so thrilled to be working again with Halle [Berry] and Alex [Aja.[. Halle is a force on screen – she’s the perfect person to convey the psychological terror of this mother trying to protect her family. And who better than Alex to ratchet up the tension. Powerhouse producers 21 Laps are going to deliver an elevated thriller that will keep audiences on the edge of their seat. — Lionsgate’s Production President Erin Westerman.

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