Halle Berry was taken to a hospital after colliding with a piece of set equipment while filming a running scene for “Catwoman” but is now back at work, production spokesman Joe Everett said.
The accident was minor, Everett said Tuesday, denying reports that the Oscar-winning “Monster’s Ball” actress was hit in the head with a microphone boom and spent six hours in a hospital waiting room.
“She had to maneuver past a piece of equipment, a set piece, and she didn’t quite run past it, but she’s just fine,” he said. “She was taken to hospital Saturday night, treated and released and was at work again Monday morning.”
Berry, 35, broke her arm last year while shooting “Gothika” in Montreal and injured her eye on the set of “Die Another Day.”
“Catwoman” is based on the DC Comics character who’s often the love interest of Batman. The film is scheduled to come out June 30.