Christian Bale Christian Bale interview part 2 by Editor August 9, 2020, 3:49 pm 28 Comments See more Previous article 'Django Unchained' Unraveled: See Christoph Waltz in Action Next article Chiwetel Ejiofor Talks 'Kinky Boots' on The Queen Latifah Show 28 Comments Leave a Reply symmetrically gorgeous! Reply Oohhh… And then in comes Affleck. Wonder what he'll say about that. Reply 0:58- THAT was the million dollar question I'd been waiting for an interviewer to ask him. Reply A true actor, seriously. He's amazing! He's serious and portrays characters with deep knowledge of them. He goes in deep within the mind of his characters. I love that. TRUE ARTIST. Reply he'll play batman again. you can bet on it. Reply Gorgeous! Reply THIS dude is probably my favourite Christian in hollywood. Reply This guy is a good interviewer. The whole conversation flows, it didn't seem like Q & A with dead air in between. I really respect actors that think about the roles they play, do research & get into the characters. I'm not a fan of comic books but I love the Spiderman & Batman films. Reply Damn…he's my just my favorite actor. Reply stop commenting on his accent you dicks! he actually explains why he speak in different accents!! Reply Great actor and interview, but DAMN he's serious Reply He is one of the greatest actor in the world ! love him so much. I do not agree with ppl who says that heaths performance is better then his. His role is batman who is supposed to be in the shadows, batman is a sad person/hero and Chrisitan Bale nails it so perfect! i actually got teary-eyed in the dark knight because it was so perfect ! Reply great interview…. Reply @moikkaaja He's not, he did however audition for the role of Robin. Kinda ironic as he doesn't want Robin in the new franchise. (Thank God!) Reply Heath and Bale roles in the movie are different so no Heath did not own Christian Bale. They both did great job. CB has done a lot of different versitle acting. One of the best. Reply heath ledger hahah he owned cristian bale badly at the dark knight haha Reply DONT SHUT ME UP!! Daaadadaaaa like this in the background. Lets not take a minute lets GO AGAIN, and lets not have YOU fuckin walkin in Reply I didn't it should be gory in order to be seen as violent, but what I mean is Nolan obviously toned it down so that even children could watch. There are many many other violent movies that people dont mind their children watching, yet they get hung up on the dark knight cuz they mistake it for being too violent with the fact that it's just realistic. Agree with last part Reply but certainly not too much, I wouldn't say it was too much for children. Not gory, nothing like that, just showed enough for one to understand and see the realism but not overboard. But then again, this Batman universe of Nolan is mainly to make it realistic, or atleast more realistic than it has been portrayed before Reply The Dark Knight wasn't violent in the way the interviewer explains it, not too violent for children, maybe for retarded children. There was no blood. He is confusing in how realistic it is, when showing Harvey's tragedy for instance, very realistically made, you feel that ugly feeling of how things get when they turn out bad. Reply he looks like he could play lance armstrong Reply Hell yeah, I agree, I want Bale to become legendary, and he's on that path. He's a fantastic actor, and a good person who, like ALL HUMANS, has made mistakes but shouldn't be shunned because of them. He's still awesome. Reply I want more interviews like this. To bad that most are just 5 minutes of the same questions over and over. Reply thanks for posting Reply Thanks again for part 1 and 2!! =) Love to all the Baleheads!! Reply Bale is a class-act, no matter what people may view him as due to what has been brought to light recently. He's a TALENTED actor and as a human being, he seems very worldly. I expect to see years and years of Bale's work and see him hit "DeNiro Status" one day. Reply ya think? I thought the interviewer did a fantastic job because he asked he didn't let Christian revert back to his Batman 'stump speeches' or 'talking points.' You could tell the questions were new and he actually had to think before he answered them. Reply Bale is my favorite male actor. I really enjoyed this interview. It was quick moving and to the point. Many thanks! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.