Christian Bale said that he could one day take on the role of Bruce Wayne, which he has already played three times on the big screen under Christopher Nolan, provided that he switches again with the director.
loyal actor. While in 2005 the American actor first donned the boots of the lifeguard of Gotham City in Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begin”, he told US Screenrant that he wouldn’t be ready unless the director asked him.
It has to be said that their collaboration was a sign of morale and then gave birth to “The Dark Knight, Le Chevalier Noir” in 2008, and “The Dark Knight Rises” in 2012. The trilogy was a huge box office success and took its place behind the scenes. for an agreement.
agreement between the two men
“I made a deal with Chris Nolan,” explained the actor, who will soon be in cinemas on July 13. “We said to ourselves, ‘Let’s do three movies, if we’re lucky enough to be able to do it. Then we leave. Let’s not stay long,” continued the 58-year-old actor, who will nonetheless see himself brimming well with his Batman costume with Christopher Nolan.
“In my opinion, it would be something if he said to me, ‘You know what, I have another story to tell. And if he wants to tell that story with me, I’ll be there,'” Christian Bale shared, explaining that no offer has been made to take on the role of Bruce Wayne. Christopher Nolan knows what to do.
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