Welcome back, Halle Berry. The actress, once voted the most beautiful woman in the world, hasn't graced the big screen as much as we would like lately: In the last six years she's only been in three films, including 'X-Men: The Last Stand.' But now, according to Deadline Hollywood, Berry has committed to lead an ensemble cast in 'Shoe Addicts Anonymous,' an adaptation of the St. Martin's Press novel about four Chicago women from different ethnic backgrounds who form a support group because they share two things in common: They are shoe addicts who wear the same size. The film, which will be directed by Paul Weiland ('Made of Honor'), has no domestic distributor yet. Berry will make the film before she stars on Broadway in Katori Hall's 'The Mountaintop,' in which she plays a hotel maid who delivers a meal to Martin Luther King Jr. on the evening before he's assassinated.