Halle Berry took the plunge Wednesday at the premiere of her new movie Kings in Toronto, Canada.
The 51-year-old actress displayed her decolletage with a colorful long-sleeved top with a low-cut lacy neckline upon arrival at Roy Thomson Hall for the Toronto International Film Festival.
Halle finished her ensemble with black flared trousers.
Film premiere: Halle Berry took the plunge while attending the premiere of her new movie Kings on Wednesday at the Toronto International Film Festival
She accessorized with hoop earrings and several rings.
The Oscar-winning actress had her long dark hair pulled back into a high ponytail for the world premiere.
Kings also features Daniel Craig, 49, and follows Halle's character Millie, a working class single mother during the 1992 Los Angeles Riots.
The film by director Deniz Gamze Ergüven, 39, was intended to be her feature film debut, but Deniz in 2011 was unable to acquire financing.
Leading role: The Oscar-winning actress portrays single mom Millie in the Kings
Simply stunning: Halle looked simply stunning in her two-piece outfit
Fan favorite: Fans lined up to get a glimpse of Halle as she arrived at Roy Thomson Hall
Busy star: Halle also can be seen next week in the sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle
The Turkish-French director instead focused on a more intimate story and directed the 2015 critically acclaimed drama Mustang.
Halle stopped to sign autographs for fans at the premiere and also got together for a group photo with some of the Kings cast.
Kings was among several films expected to generate buzz at the Toronto International Film Festival.
High ponytail: The actress had her long dark hair gathered in a high ponytail
Eye contact: Halle made eye contact as she waved to fans
Golden girl: The actress shined in the sunlight while heading into the premiere
Festival buzz: Kings starring Halle and Daniel Craig was among several movies expected to generate buzz at the film festival
The film Borg McEnroe starring Sverrir Gudnason as the Swedish tennis legend and Shia LaBeouf as his brash American counterpart screened last Thursday after premiering in Stockholm a few days earlier.
Another tennis film Battle Of The Sexes with Emma Stone and Steve Carell as tennis stars Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs also was shown Monday at Toronto.
The horror film Mother! starring Jennifer Lawrence, Suburbicon starring George Clooney and Downsizing starring Matt Damon also were screening at TIFF.
Halle also is playing tech guru Ginger Ale in the upcoming sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle that is scheduled for release next week in the US and UK.
Taking time: Fans reached out to Halle as she arrived at the premiere
Center of attention: Halle signed autographs as fans whipped out cameras for pictures
The cast: The Kings cast gathered with Halle for a group photo