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The 20 Million Dollar Baby! Halle Berry declares herself 'speechless' at the huge sum has offered for her directorial debut Bruised

By Sameer Suri For Dailymail.com

Published: 22:21 BST, 11 September 2020 | Updated: 22:23 BST, 11 September 2020

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Halle Berry's feature film directorial debut Bruised is on its way to getting scooped up by for nearly $20M.

The streaming colossus has entered the last stages of the acquisition negotiations for the MMA film, according to Deadline.

As news of the deal broke the 54-year-old superstar tweeted a link to a Variety story and wrote: 'I am speechless. Thank you @ for believing in my vision, cannot wait for y’all to finally see #BruisedTheMovie.' 

Coup: Halle Berry's feature film directorial debut Bruised is on its way to getting scooped up by Netflix for eight figures

Coup: Halle Berry's feature film directorial debut Bruised is on its way to getting scooped up by for eight figures

Although the movie premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday, was allowed to have a look at her film beforehand.

The streamer apparently liked what they saw as Deadline sources say they are planning to fork over somewhat short of $20million for the movie. 

Bruised's page on the film festival's website explains: 'This film is screening as a work in progress,' so it may have changed a bit by the time it gets to

TIFF is occurring September 10 to 19 with a hybrid of virtual and in-person events, though industry members and media are barred from screenings, IndieWire reports. 

'Thank you @netflix': As news of the deal broke the 54-year-old superstar tweeted a link to a Variety story and wrote: 'I am speechless'

'Thank you @': As news of the deal broke the 54-year-old superstar tweeted a link to a Variety story and wrote: 'I am speechless'

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