I’ve added new photos of Christian Bale posed during the ‘American Hustle’ cast photocall at Crosby Street Hotel on December 8, 2013 in New York City.
I’ve added new high quality candids photos of Christian Bale leaving a Q&A for her new movie ‘American Hustle’ at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 movie theater in New York City on December 7, 2013.
I’ve added new high quality event photos of Christian Bale attends the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Official Academy Members screening of “American Hustle” at the Academy Theater at Lighthouse International on December 7, 2013 in New York City.
I’ve added new photos of Christian Bale at the “American Hustle” Press Conference at The London Hotel on December 6, 2013 in New York City.
I’ve added new high quality candids photos of Christian Bale leaving the Crosby Hotel in New York City, New York on December 7, 2013.
I’ve added new high quality event photos of Christian Bale attends the ‘American Hustle’ screening after party at Monkey Bar on December 6, 2013 in New York City.
I’ve added new candids photos of Christian Bale leaves the ‘Good Morning America’ taping at the ABC Times Square Studios on December 6, 2013 in New York City.
Here’s the new interview video of Christian Bale talks to ABC News show about his new movie, ‘Out of the Furnace‘.
I’ve added a new clip and behind the scenes video from ‘American Hustle’ movie. Check them as below:
Christian Bale is known for his blazing intensity in such films as the ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy and ‘American Psycho,’ but he had to change up his character for Scott Cooper’s Rust Belt drama ‘Out of the Furnace.’
The Rust Belt town of Braddock just outside of Pittsburgh is the sort of blue-collar enclave where factories once gave residents the promise of lifelong jobs at good union wages — the kind of place where resilience and character were more highly valued than possessions or status.
It’s that world that Braddock native Russell Baze has watched slip away in ”Out of the Furnace,” the searing new drama from writer-director Scott Cooper (“Crazy Heart”) opening in theaters Wednesday. As played by Christian Bale, Russell is motivated by love and loyalty — a good man beset on all sides by turmoil. He is ceaselessly confronted by tragedy, yet he marshals his emotional reserves, even in the face of heartbreak.
“There’s a stillness to the character, a stillness that’s he’s had to have his entire life,” Bale said in a recent interview. “He’s had to put a hold on his impulses in order to be the patriarch of the family and to take on those responsibilities without going and screaming his head off. There’s no whining or complaining or wishing that it’s going to change. That’s stoicism, isn’t it?”
Bale, by contrast, is largely recognized for his relentless intensity, his determination to follow his creative impulses down wild and unpredictable paths, his willingness to radically reshape his body to conform to each new role. He also has a reputation, owing mostly to one unfortunate and well documented on-set outburst, as a temperamental leading man, quick to anger with little patience for Hollywood glad-handing. • Read full story »
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