Halle Berry has been quite busy on the promotional circuit for 'The Call', travelling across the country and visiting radio stations and late night shows. Her latest stop was Miami to talk to the radio station Y100, and she spoke about her movie and surprisingly, her Oscar win.
Berry doesn't often discuss her Oscar when promoting her films, so it's interesting to note that she didn't bring up the topic but certainly didn't shy away from it here. When asked about the possibility of a second Academy Award, Berry seems hesitant, saying, "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."
She adds that she would, however, love to play better characters more often than she currently does, saying, "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."
The Call releases tomorrow in the US, and co-stars Halle Berry with another Oscar nominated co-star in Abigail Breslin.