Halle Berry Dishes on 'Extant' Season 2 and a Potential Storm Spin-Off at Comic-Con

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Halle Berry loves her some Comic-Con!

"I love the fans," the Extant star gushed to ET on Thursday. "These are the die-hards that really appreciate what we love doing. I love to come and shake hands and see them and all the crazy costumes and see how far they keep going year after year after year to pay homage to the characters and the actors that they love so much."

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As an iconic member of the X-Men cinematic universe, Berry’s got a lot to love at the annual fan convention in San Diego, including getting to see some X-Men die-hards cosplaying as her character, Storm.

"You know I saw one today," the actress mused, "and she was not half bad."

Her X-Men juices must be flowing, because Berry even admitted to ET that she’d "love" to do a Storm spin-off movie!

"I love that character and what she stands for too," she said. "She's got a good message to carry."

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Berry also talked to ET about her CBS sci-fi series Extant along with co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who joined the show for its upcoming second season. When asked what made him want to be a part of the cast, Morgan’s answer was a no-brainer.

"Halle Berry," he said. "I mean the opportunity to work with her sort of tips the scales no matter how you look at it."

"There's a lot of sexual energy," Berry said of the upcoming season. "We didn't have that last year."

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Extant isn’t the only show Morgan will be joining this year. The Supernatural star also recently signed on to appear opposite Julianna Margulies in the the seventh season of the CBS legal drama The Good Wife.

"I have to be honest with you, I hadn't seen it until after I got the phone call about being on it," Morgan admitted. "I watched six or seven episodes and really liked it. And Halle liked it and approved of it."

Berry was quick to curb Morgan’s enthusiasm however, playing possessive with her leading man.

"I don't know, he can't be having any love over there though," she teased. "That’s not going to make me happy. He's my man."

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