Halle Berry's new movie definitely won't be debuting on Netflix.
Since the merger of Warner Bros. Discovery and David Zaslav took over, the serious saving and redesigning began. Not only has the DC film universe been rebooted, but every film planned, upcoming or already filmed has been considered separately. Many projects ended up in the bin while the idea was still being conceived, but there were also ugly cases when the film was almost finished or completely finished, and only then the scythe was swung. Zaslav recently explained why he thinks this is a perfectly fine thing.
Batgirl, Scoop! Sequel and Coyote Vs. Acme was also executed in the same manner, though the latter may be kept elsewhere – but the others will likely be bid farewell forever. Netflix usually decides to cancel a movie or series only if it does not deliver the right results, but in the case of one project, it made an exception and imitated Warner.
This time, they pulled the rug out from under Halle Berry's sci-fi film The Mothership. All this while the movie was actually filmed in 2021, Jeff Snyder reports and diverse According to his information, it was never possible to pass the post-production stage and finish the film, which prompted the company to simply cancel the show. The Mothership was supposed to be available on the streaming service in early 2022, and we even saw Perry appear in a teaser at the time and speak to viewers, and after that we haven't heard anything else about the project:
Mothership was written and directed by Matthew Charman (Bridge of Spies, Betrayal), and Halle Berry would play Sarah, a woman living peacefully on a farm with her family, at least until her husband disappears and they discover a dark secret. An object under their house. Thus, the story could have played with the supernatural, but it might still have been saved elsewhere: A Winding Quoting an insider, it is learned that the decision was not taken lightly and those who worked on the film continue to be supportive.
However, Berry and Netflix have not “parted” yet, as the actress will appear in the action thriller The Union alongside Mark Wahlberg, J.K. Simmons, Mike Colter, Jackie Earle Haley, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.