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While the Christopher Nolan movies are set in a world with no superheroes, that very much isn’t the case with the emerging cohesive vision that will ultimately bring the Justice League together.
Christian Bale's love of Chris Farley's 1997 comedy Beverly Hills Ninja has been teased and speculated about for years at this point, but now he's finally explained the appeal.
Once Ben Affleck was cast as the new Batman, it was clear that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice takes place in a different universe from the Dark Knight Trilogy. However, director Zack Snyder did consider including Christian Bale.
As beloved as his take on Batman became during the last decade, Christian Bale himself feels as though he didn’t do the Dark Knight the justice he deserved.
Christian Bale is returning to the Western with his latest project, albeit his character is a bit darker than the one he played in 3:10 To Yuma. You can see why inside, as we've got the details.
We lost one of the greats in the history of entertainment when David Bowie passed away on January 10. The man had a number of film roles but one of his last was as the enigmatic inventor Nikola Tesla in Christopher Nolan’s 2006 film The Prestige.
Since his breakout role in 1987’s Empire of the Sun, Christian Bale have proven his acting chops and willingness to transform himself. Now, though, it looks like Bale may be putting the breaks on full physical transformation. The actor just pulled out of a plum role because of it.
A new fan theory about The Prestige will have you thinking long and hard about the film's iconic twist ending.
Movie stars make a lot of money. This isn’t exactly news. However, when movies bring in hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions, it’s difficult to say that they’re not worth it. Still, not every movie is a hit, or even a big enough hit to justify some of these salaries.
The Big Short has been picking up crucial year-end awards from several major critics’ groups. Find out why when it opens in limited release on Dec. 11, then expands on Dec. 23.
The Real Reason Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell, Christian Bale And Brad Pitt Look So Ugly In The Big Short
Directed by Adam McKay, The Big Short stars Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale, Marisa Tomei, Finn Wittrock, Melissa Leo, Karen Gillan, Margot Robbie (in a brilliant cameo), Jeremy Strong, Rafe Spall, Max Greenfield and Brad Pitt. It will open in select theaters on December 11, before going wider on December 23.
Hollywood is kind of a messed up place. Christian Bale himself is a very private person who tries to stay out of the Hollywood scene as much as possible when he’s not actually acting. This has a tendency to lead to problems for the actor when he’s on set
Trailer’s like the new one for Terrence Malick’s new film, Knight of Cups, is difficult to describe. Esoteric and without clear context, this is something that the enigmatic director makes a habit of.
Is Christian Bale playing Bruce Wayne again in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice after all? No. No he's not. And here's Christian Bale telling you so.
When biopics are made they are often controversial. When you’re digging around in somebody’s history you are bound to upset people, and that’s apparently what happened in the case of the upcoming Steve Jobs.
How important is it that Michael Fassbender doesn't look like the actual Steve Jobs? According to Fassbender itself, not very. Read on to learn his exact reasoning behind that statement.
The first trailer for The Big Short has dropped online, and if the premise alone isn’t enough to pique your interested, then how about the star-studded cast that features Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, and Steve Carell?
Naturally, this is the start of something much bigger for DC and Warner Bros., and the presence of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman fulfills the Dawn of Justice part of the title. And now, thankfully, we know that when it came time to go potty, it was much easier for both Batman and Superman.
Before Christian Bale donned the black cape and mask to become Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight, there were a bevy of actors up for the role. Josh Hartnett was apparently also in the mix, but unlike the other candidates, he made the fatal error of turning down the now iconic part.
The Fighter's story is far from over, and producer Todd Lieberman has some words on the status of the second film's production. Read on to discover how close we are to another round with Mickey Ward.