In the 2002 Bond flick Die Another Day, Halle Berry made jaws drop when she emerged from the ocean in a barely there orange bikini with a belt and knife, recreating Ursula Andress’ famous moment from the 1962 film Dr. No.
Eighteen years later, the Oscar winning actress is looking hot as ever and is proving she is still the ultimate Bond Girl. On Tuesday, December 14, the 54-year-old took to Instagram and posted a sizzling video promoting her wellness brand, Respin. Channeling her memorable Giacinta ‘Jinx’ Johnson character, Berry is seen smoldering on the beach covering her fit figure in a Bluebella strappy floral lace black bikini and matching high-waisted strappy thong.
‘It’s been a true honor to share @respin with you all. Fitness is a life long journey – may we all continue to grow, and respin what we thought we knew. Together” she captioned the steamy clip.
In another scene during the video, the Catwoman star shows off her toned arms and legs in a belted black one-piece swimsuit, as she lay in the sand. Berry is also shown getting her workout on doing yoga, boxing, and training with resistance bands.
According to the company, Respin began in 2018 as a natural evolution from Berry’s fan-based platform Hallewood and is “an accessible and resourceful destination for conversation, connection and discovery.” Earlier this year, Respin officially launched as a digital content and commerce platform.
Berry most recently kicked ass in the action thriller film John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum alongside Keanu Reeves as the eponymous character. To prepare for the highly physical role, she worked out five days a week, for 60 to 90 minutes at a time with her go-to fitness trainer Peter Lee Thomas. Three or four of those days, Berry also took fight training in forms like Jiu Jitsu and went so hard that she broke three ribs while stunt training.
“This woman is so hard-working and tough, I had to tell her to stop,” said Heidi Moneymaker, Berry’s fight trainer on the film.
Up next, Berry will star in the new sci-fi action thriller called Moonfall which centers on a team of astronauts that are sent to the moon after it suddenly falls out of orbit.