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GossipCenter Exclusive: Halle Berry Talks Oscars & "The Call" with Y100!

Posted Thursday March 14, 2013 12:53 PM GMT

Continuing her promotional run for her brand new flick "The Call," Halle Berry chatted with Miami's hit radio station Y100.

During her interview, the stunning 46-year-old discussed everything from her flick to the chances she will take home another Oscar.

When discussing her movie, Halle said, "It was such a page turner when I read it. Like so many twists and turns. I mean just the way the movie starts with what happens to my character in the beginning I thought oh, my god, you kidding me? Where does this poor girl go from here? And so many things that happened that made me think oh god really that happened? Oh no!"

"And then secondly it was a great movie for a woman a great character for a woman. You know there's so many movies that are made that don't really have really empowered women roles that are every day women who do extrodinary things. Men get to do that quite a bit more often so I thought this is has some meat on the bone for women in this movie," Miss Berry added.

As for a second Academy Award win, the "Monster's Ball" starlet said, "Uhhh no. Chances are it won't happen. No No. Well I've already done it, so you know, if I never get there again I've already done it and no one takes it away. Had I not had one, I would be able to say yes it is a goal of mine to get up there one day, but I already accomplished that so that I wouldn't say I think setting out for another would be greedy. If it happens I'll take it, but I can't say it's a goal of mine."

"I wish there were more for sure I would a lot happier and I'd get to do a lot more a deep works and things that got me really really excited," Halle explained. "Often times I really have to work to make, you know, something good out of something not so great and I would love to just be given lots of good things to play more often."

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