If you were waiting for Halle Berry's psychological drama Frankie and Alice — about a young mixed-race woman struggling against her own racist alter-personality — to hit theatres yesterday, February 4, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer. Long before Berry's highly publicized custody battle with her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry became news, the movie's distribution company Freestyle Releasing announced that the release date had been moved...

Feb, 05, 2011


If you were waiting for Halle Berry's psychological drama Frankie and Alice — about a young mixed-race woman struggling against her own racist alter-personality — to hit theaters on February 4, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer.

Long before Berry's highly publicized custody battle with her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry became news, the movie's distribution company Freestyle Releasing announced that the release date had been moved.

Halle released the film in one theater — The Landmark Nuart Theater in Los Angeles — on December 10 in hopes of qualifying for the Academy Awards. Unfortunately, "Frankie and Alice" did not receive any Oscar nominations. However, Berry was nominated for a Golden Globe, but lost out to Natalie Portman for her role in 'Black Swan.'