Halle Berry's Coming to Cleveland


Halle Berry will be at the Cinemark Valley View to promote her new movie
We're not the type to encourage paparazzi-style action among our readers, but how often do celebrities come to Cleveland? And how often is the red carpet laid out? Thursday night, two of the stars of the new psychological thriller Perfect Stranger come to town for a screening at Cinemark Valley View. Name-above-the-title-star Bruce Willis is apparently too busy hitting on women half his age to make the trip. But Halle Berry (who, we've been told time and time again, was born here) and Giovanni Ribisi (who was killed before he had a chance to save Private Ryan, was chewed out by an oilier-than-usual Ben Affleck, and got a chance to temporarily hang out with the cast of Friends) will be there. The stars plan to arrive around 6:45 p.m. The movie screens at 7:30. You probably won't be able to get into the movie (unless you sneak in as a member of Berry's entourage; we're pretty sure Ribisi can't afford one), but you should be able to ogle the celebs as they make their way into the theater. --Michael Gallucci

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