She was busy filming a Sweaty Betty commercial in Malibu on Tuesday.
And Halle Berry took a break from shooting the new advert to photobomb a pair of delighted fans’ selfie.
The actress, 55, pouted as she popped up behind the two women while they were trying to take a picture near where she was working.
Fun: Playful Halle Berry pouted as she photobombed some delighted fans’ selfie while filming for a Sweaty Betty commercial in Malibu on Tuesday
The fans looked happy to have met the star as they beamed for the picture while she stood behind them.
Halle dressed casually in a baggy grey T-shirt which she teamed with ripped light blue denim jeans.
She wore her dark tresses in a curly style and opted to go makeup free while strolling around on the set.
Style: Halle dressed casually in a baggy grey T-shirt which she teamed with ripped light blue denim jeans
It comes after last month the star was named in a lawsuit filed by ex-UFC fighter Cat Zingano, who’s asking for damages amid claims Berry’s promises to appear in her forthcoming Netflix film Bruised went unfulfilled, causing her to miss out on other lucrative career opportunities.
Zingano, 39, said the Academy Award-wining actress had met with her in July of 2019 about the project, according to legal docs reviewed by TMZ.
The professional fighter said that Berry said she would like her to be involved with the motion picture – which marks Berry’s directorial debut – and to keep her calendar open for production on the movie.
Low-key: She wore her dark tresses in a curly style and opted to go makeup free while strolling around on the set
Zingano said she subsequently had been offered a lucrative fight with the UFC, and was told by Berry to forego the fight due to factors linked to liability issues from the film’s insurers.
Zingano said she picked the film over the fight – and was released by the UFC thereafter – which led to Berry dropping her from the movie, saying she needed fighters with the UFC.
Zingano said in court docs that Berry subsequently stopped communicating with her.
Oh dear: It comes after last month the star was named in a lawsuit filed by ex-UFC fighter Cat Zingano (right), who’s asking for damages amid claims Berry’s promises to appear in her forthcoming Netflix film Bruised went unfulfilled, causing her to miss out on other lucrative career opportunities
Berry spoke last week with Entertainment Weekly about the film, which was initially pitched with Blake Lively in mind, but Lively ‘decided in her own time that it wasn’t for her.’
Berry recalled of the project, ‘They gave me the script and I loved the story, but it was written for a twentysomething Irish Catholic white woman. I couldn’t get it out of my mind, so I thought, is it possible that this could be reimagined for someone like me?
‘Because I think I have a take on it that could actually work – making it about a middle-aged Black woman, someone fighting for a last chance rather than another chance.’
She added, ‘When you’re young we all get chances, they’re a dime a dozen. But when you’re at a certain stage in life it becomes something more impactful and meaningful, right?’
Berry is set to play the role of Jackie Justice in Bruised, which co-stars Stephen McKinley Henderson, Adan Canto and Shamier Anderson.
The movie is set to premiere on Netflix November 24.
Gonna fly now: Berry has been intensely training for her role in the movie, which she is also directing