I have been contacted by an online publicist and to promote 3:10 to Yuma and uploaded 5 clips & some screen captures. *May contain spoiler* Enjoy!
Well, I have added 51 high quality pictures from Press Conference of Rescue Dawn in LA on April 30, 2007. Enjoy viewing them!
– Press Conference of Rescue Dawn in LA [HQ] [30-04-2007]
I have added some amazing various high quality shoots to the gallery. Christian looks amazing as usual <3!
I have transfer all the icons to the all-new fan archive and I have seen some Live Journal users using CBF icons so please state a proper credit with a link back to this site.
It’s not makeup that has Christian Bale looking dirty, wind-chapped and sunburned in his latest movie. He spent a month earning every bit of that cowboy grit by riding horses and firing revolvers in the sweltering New Mexico desert.
Bale plays weathered rancher Dan Evans in the remake of the 1957 Western film 3:10 to Yuma, which recently opened in the US. And like every character he plays, Bale melts into the role, disappearing behind Dan Evans’ dirty fingernails and scruffy beard. • Read full story »
The Western is perhaps the most American of films. An archetypal celebration of rugged individuality, of the ingenuity of man confronting the vastness of nature and the injustices perpetrated by his fellows, the classics of the genre place a heroic epitome of masculinity on the triumphant side of a clear divide between good and evil. Although rarely free of struggle, the morally right path is all too apparent. Thank goodness, they don’t make them like that anymore. • Read full story »
When two guys movies open on the same weekend, as happened this past Friday, the conclusion is inescapable – one hit and one bomb. The hit stars Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, as 3:10 to Yuma rode off with a box office victory and an estimated $14.1 million, according to early studio estimates published by Box Office Mojo. The bomb stars Clive Owen and Paul Giamatti, as New Line watched Shoot ‘Em Up get demolished at the box office, landing only $5.5 million, good enough for a sixth place finish. Shoot ‘Em Up has always been a film more likely to find an audience on DVD, as most action movies do, but the first weekend total was definitely disappointing, finishing lower than the second weekend of even Balls of Fury and the SIXTH weekend of The Bourne Ultimatum. • Read full story »
Christian Bale and Russell Crowe go head to head in 3:10 To Yuma, a gritty western that felt more like a modern day cop drama, similar in plot and action to 16 Blocks. The film provides a great venue, showcasing broad acting talent in this strong-willed action thriller.
Video Game Rentals DeliveredSet in the growing west when trains were starting to blanket the country, the film tells the tale of Dan Evans (Bale), a down-on-his-luck rancher, being evicted from his land by a land baron who holds his mortgage. In a strange turn of events, Dan finds himself with an opportunity to save his home, but at a high price. • Read full story »
Christian Bale doesn’t like films.
The ‘American Psycho’ star – who first appeared in Steven Spielberg’s ‘Empire of the Sun’ aged just 12 – enjoys acting, but isn’t interested in watching movies.
Bale, 33, revealed: “I’m not a movie buff. It’s been an awfully long time since I’ve gone to a movie. • Read full story »
Lionsgate and Relativity Media’s critically-acclaimed film 3:10 TO YUMA, starring Academy Award (R) winner Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Peter Fonda, Gretchen Mol and Ben Foster, directed by Academy Award (R) winner James Mangold (WALK THE LINE), opened with guns blazing at the weekend box office, shooting its way to number one with an estimated $14.1 million at 2,652 theatres for a robust per location average of $5,317. Lionsgate is the leading independent filmed entertainment studio. • Read full story »
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