With director David O. Russell currently shooting his next film, the untitled “Abscam” movie formerly known as American Bullshit, some interesting set pictures of a nearly unrecognizable Christian Bale and co-star Amy Adams have surfaced. Take a look after the jump!
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Biblical characters are becoming quite in vogue in Hollywood as of late. With Paramount bringing Darren Aronofsky’s Noah to theaters next year, the other studios have been busy getting their Bible-based movies into production.
After starring in the blockbuster of the year, The Dark Knight Rises, it would be understandable if Christian Bale took some time off to do whatever it is that A-list stars do when they aren’t working. But it won’t be so as the actor will star in an adaptation of Boston Teran’s novel The Creed of Violence
The final chapter to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy is finally here. Anticipation for a movie doesn’t get much higher than this, and I’m proud to say that the film has lived up to the expectations I had for it. The greatest movie ever? Not quite, but still a great and moving epic.
Bruce Wayne (aka Christian Bale) and Nina Sayers (aka Natalie Portman) are goofing around on a beach in what appears to be some pre-production work for Terrence Malick’s next movie Knight of Cups. Take a look after the jump!
After directing Christian Bale to his first Oscar nomination (and award!) in The Fighter, David O. Russell is looking to reunite with his thesp for American Bullshit. The movie will center on the 1970s FBI sting operation known as Abscam that brought down a number of U.S. politicians on corruption charges.
Last night, we brought you the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s annual summer preview featuring Batman and Catwoman from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. And as you would expect, we now have a look at the pictures inside the magazine’s latest issue.
Christian Bale in Talks to Star in Revenge Drama ‘Out of the Furnace’; Robert Duvall, Viggo Mortensen May Co-Star
The grim story, which has been compared to No Country for Old Men, centers on an ex-con who is released after serving four years in prison only to discover that his younger brother has been murdered. He sets out to hunt down the killer and make him pay for his crime.
Variety reports that Aronofsky will have to look for a new lead actor as Christian Bale has turned down the role due to scheduling conflicts with the two Terrence Malick movies he’s set to shoot back-to-back next year.