Halle Berry's Tactical Training for John Wick 3

May 20, 2019

 

Halle Berry is known for being a vocal Democrat, supporting Hilary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election,  though recently she looked pretty comfortable firing a gun during her training for the recently released movie  John Wick 3: Parabellum. Berry plays the role of Sofia - a close friend and accomplice to Keanu Reeves, who plays the lead character. 

 

The actress went all in when training for the movie,  explaining that she broke 3 ribs preparing for the martial arts scenes. She also spent time at the range to perfect her aim, shooting hands guns and "assault weapons" which seems to contradict her otherwise left leaning views. Take a look at the video: 

 

 

Training was provided by Taran Butler, owner of Taran Tactical Innovations - a maker of high end modified weapons and frequent trainer to celebrities. The collaborations between Taran and A-list celebrities have not went unnoticed by 2A supporters who feel slighted seeing as how Liberal Hollywood continually calls for gun control. We will give the company the benefit of the doubt and hope they are trying to change minds rather than play both sides of the fence for profit. In all fairness, we haven't found any references to Berry herself calling for gun control. Maybe she is a rare breed, a left leaning celebrity who is also pro gun. 

 

For the record, the Ohio born Halle Berry previously revealed that she is a distant relative to former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. We're not sure if family ties means she has some right leaning views 

 

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