There has been a bunch of Batman TV shows over the years in both cartoon and live-action form. Batman has also appeared a bunch of times on the big screen with my favorite being Christian Bale…
Broad Green Pictures will be releasing Terrence Malick’s Knight Of Cups starring Christian Bale, Natalie Portman and Cate Blanchett on March 4, 2016. The long-awaited film by Malick, which will arrive four years after his last release, To The Wonder, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival back in February. Show More Summary
Christian Bale leaves a bagel store showing off a very scruffy look on Monday (July 20) in Brentwood, Calif. The 41-year-old actor has not been seen out and about for quite a few weeks – the last time he was photographed was at the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight back in May. PHOTOS: Check [...]
When it comes to seeking advice from actors who've previously played Batman on screen, there aren't a lot of places that Ben Affleck can turn. Maybe a sit down with Michael Keaton, or a lunch with Adam West? As it turns out, AffleckShow More Summary
The Batman The Dark Knight Rises Hybrid Metal Figuration Action Figure is ready to defend Gotham City with a wide assortment of cool accessories. Standing 5 1/2-inches tall and based on Christian Bale’s look in The Dark Knight Rises, this action figure is ready to take on Bane and flirt with Catwoman. It’s just a […]
From one Batman to another, Ben Affleck revealed a very funny story about how he bumped into Christian Bale in a very ironic location. Christian Bale and Ben Affleck ran into each other at a Halloween store in the Batman costume aisle. Show More Summary
By the time that we meet Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman, the man will have been through some shit. This isn't Christian Bale's bat-in-training from Batman Begins, or even Michael Keaton's polished hero from the Tim Burton days. Show More Summary
He was at Comic-Con for the ‘Superman V. Batman’ presentation, and had a good story about Christian Bale.
In 2010, Gibson's freakout was immaculately stitched together with Christian Bale's and the Internet gobbled it up
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice brings us Ben Affleck as Batman and if you were surprised at Warner Bros. casting, you were not alone. Any superhero fan knows that Batman is an iconic character in comics and after Christian Bale’s iconic portrayal, not many were thinking of seeing an aging Dark Knight. Show More Summary
Even as the third choice for the role (Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale turned it down), Michael Fassbender looks like he’ll be playing a formidable version of Apple’s late Steve Jobs in the biopic written by Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) and directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire). Show More Summary
The first extended trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie is here and Michael Fassbender still looks absolutely nothing like the Apple co-founder. In fact, he seems to be channelling Christian Bale. Seth Rogan does a fair impression of Steve Wozniak though. Show More Summary
Watching Christian Bale's performance in "Batman Begins" led this fan to spend the next decade amassing more than 50,000 pieces of Dark Knight memorabilia.
Yes, Rachel Dolezal yelled at Christian Bale for robbing someone else's ancestry.
Hotel Rwanda director Terry George will helm the story set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire The post Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac to Make The Promise appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
One of the more successful modern leading men, Christian Bale will soon be starring alongside a rising talent who's set to tackle a load of dream projects in Oscar Isaac. The duo will share the screen, vying for the affections of the...Show More Summary
The Wrap reports that Oscar Isaac will play a Middle Eastern medical student fighting over a woman with Christian Bale, an American reporter (the woman has not yet been cast) in Hotel Rwanda director Terry George's The Promise, a period drama set during the fall of the Ottoman empire. It's a solid part for Isaac, but... More »
What's it like to hang out with Brad Pitt, Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, and Steve Carell for two months? Adam Davidson, who writes for the New York Times Sunday Magazine, was the technical advisor to the upcoming movie, The Big Short. Show More Summary
Sowohl Leonardo DiCaprio als auch Christian Bale haben abgesagt: Lange Zeit war nicht klar, wer Steve Jobs spielen wird. Nach der Veröffentlichung dieses Videoclips ist allerdings klar, wie das Großprojekt um den Apple-Gründer aussehen...Show More Summary
Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic, aptly titled Bill Gates—err, Steve Jobs—has had a lot of bumps in the road on the way to this teaser trailer. First, Christian Bale was set to star, and David Fincher was rumored to direct. Show More Summary