Halle Berry's celebration mode is on as her newly dropped movie, "Bruised," has been trending at number #1 on Netflix in America and ranked at number #2 globally.

The 55-year-old actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a video of herself celebrating the success with a tipsy dance.

In the video, the actress could be seen grooving to a music track from "Bruised," titled, "Automatic Woman," which dropped on Nov. 19 and featured many stars including H.E.R., Cardi B, Saweetie, Latto and Flo Milli.

Berry stood near a window and danced while holding a glass of champagne. She donned an entirely black outfit and wore golden earrings.

"When you find out the night before that your film is #1 in the U.S. and #2 globally and you start dranking to celebrate," she captioned the video. "This is bound to happen. #tipsy #bruisedsoundtrack."

Many celebs took to the comments section to share their reaction.

Musician Melii simply dropped heart eyes emoji while actor Mario Lopez wrote, "Heyyyy that’s wassup!" to which Berry replied with red heart emoji. Actress Niecy Nash commented, "So proud of you!!!!!" while actress Taraji P. Henson wrote, "YAAAAAAASSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!"

Kelly Rowland, Chelsea Handler, Tyrese Gibson and more celebs shared uplifting comments for the actress.

"Bruised" was released on Nov. 19 in theaters and on Nov. 24 on Netflix. It marked Berry's directorial debut. The story is penned by Michelle Rosenfarb and revolves around a disgraced MMA fighter, named Jackie, who needs to fight her own demons in order to enter the ring again.

Berry also shared another post on Instagram on Wednesday featuring a hoarding that reads, "Directed By Halle Berry (Love Saying That)."

The actress captioned, "Me too @netflix. thank YOU."

Considering her upcoming movies, the actress will be next seen in a sci-fi action movie, titled "Moonfall," which is slated to release on Feb. 4. The movie is directed by Roland Emmerich and it also stars Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Kelly Yu, Charlie Plummer and Donald Sutherland.

Berry will also feature in another sci-fi drama, "The Mothership," which is currently under post-production.

Halle Berry Actress Halle Berry attends the Fallout 4 video game launch event in downtown Los Angeles Nov. 5, 2015, in Los Angeles. Photo: Photo: Getty