By BBC News staff Tri spoke for “Hollywood girl” actress Halle Berry.
Halle said that she had been “shocked” by the suggestion that her appearance could be an attempt to be “inventive” or that she could have “the best career ever”.
Tri spoke at a screening of her film, The Queen of Versailles, in the UK on Saturday.
“I’m not interested in having the best career, I want to do what I’m good at, which is to be creative, I think that’s the way I feel,” she said.
I don’t think so. “
But I think people think I’m going to be doing it for money.
I’m just doing my thing. “
It’s all about my art.
I’m just doing my thing.
And the world is a lot bigger than my art.”
The film, which opens in the US on Tuesday, stars Berry as the Queen of France.
Berry has previously appeared in films including The Mummy, The Bride of Frankenstein and The Ring.
She is currently in the middle of a promotional tour for the film.
“Halle was a big fan of the movie,” said a spokesperson for Tri’s agent, Jason Gogos.
“We had a lot of conversations, and she was very excited about it.
We are looking forward to working with her again in the future.”
Ms Berry was also spotted in the United States in April, when she appeared alongside actress Michelle Williams at the New York premiere of the film, during which she gave a speech that was described by her publicist as “so powerful, inspiring and empowering”.
The speech is believed to have been a response to the film’s plot.
Ms Berry has been a star of television since she was just 17, appearing on shows such as The Golden Girls and The Bachelor.