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Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs Biopic Boots Up With Christian Bale In The Lead Role

fb.indiewire.com – David Fincher wanted himback when the "Gone Girl" director was circling the film, and Christian Bale's name turned up again recently in reports that he was being eyed along withMatt Damon, Ben Affleck,andBradley Cooperfor the lead in Danny Boyle's upcomingSteve Jobs biopic. And now it looks like the gig is his.

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Christian Bale Watched Life of Brian To Prepare for Exodus: Gods and Kings

4:34 PM 10/3/2014 by Fred Topel
Exodus: Gods and Kings
Christian Bale is playing Moses in Ridley Scott’s biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings. At a Los Angeles event showing early footage from the film, Bale spoke about taking on the role of Moses. He surprised the press when he revealed his biggest inspiration was the Monty Python biblical spoof.
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New EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS Trailer 20th Century Fox has released a new trailer for Exodus: Gods and Kings, starring Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Aaron Paul, John Turturro, Sigourney Weaver, Ben Mendelsohn and Ben Kingsley. The post New EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS Trailer appeared first on FilmoFilia.

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Christian Bale on Playing a 'Troubled and Tumultous' Moses in Exodus: Gods and Kings

comingsoon.net – "You can't out-Heston Chartlon Heston," a long-haired Christian Bale laughed tonight following a presentation of footage from his upcoming Biblical epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings "There's no point in trying!" 3 weeks 1 day ago via jetli

Ridley Scott Tries to Explain Why the ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Cast is So White Normally, Ridley Scott tapping Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton for the leads of his next movie would be cause for excitement. But in the case of Exodus: Gods and Kings, Scott’s choices have raised some eyebrows. You see, Exodus is a film set in ancient Egypt, about ancient Egyptians, specifically Moses and Ramses. More than a few people have pointed out the oddness of casting Caucasian people to play Africans — especially since the few black actors he did cast appear to be playing lower-class and criminal elements.

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Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett & More Added to 'Jungle Book: Origins'

feedproxy.google.com – Following news yesterday that Benedict Cumberbatch would reateam with his The Hobbit trilogy motion-capture co-star Andy Serkis for his directorial debut on Jungle Book: Origins, the rest of the cast has been revealed, including the role of young Mowgli. THR reports Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Naomie Harris, Tom Hollander, Eddie Marsan and Peter Mullan have all landed animal roles in the film which is a new telling of the orphan boy Mowgli who is raised in the jungle by the animal kingdom. 9 weeks 9 hours ago via jackiechan
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Christian Bale Circles Travis McGee Role in ‘Deep Blue Good-By’ (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com – Christian Bale is in early talks to star as Travis McGee in Fox’s adaptation of “The Deep Blue Good-By.” While there is no official offer, Bale has agreed to come on to star and an offer should be coming shortly. James Mangold just closed his deal to direct with Chernin Entertainment, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer... 14 weeks 1 day ago via theothersenhman

Christian Bale stars in new trailer for Exodus: Gods And Kings: watch now A new trailer has arrived online for Exodus: Gods And Kings, in which Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton go head to head as Biblical figures, Moses and Ramses. Directed by Ridley Scott, the new film is a sweeping, swords-and-sandals epic, as the two childhood friends find themselves on opposite sides of a brutal war. For Ramses, victory would mean securing his power as Pharaoh of Egypt, while for Moses, the battle is for his people’s very survival.

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First look: Christian Bale as Moses in Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus’

insidemovies.ew.com – Thou Shall Not Attempt to Outdo Charlton Heston. Okay, so that’s not an official Hollywood commandment, but the prospect of 16 weeks 1 day ago via jetli

David Fincher Out of Sony's Steve Jobs Biopic

7:07 PM 4/14/2014 by Binh Ngo
David Fincher
Apparently, David Fincher's asking price is too high for Sony, so the studio is looking for another director to take over their Steve Jobs biopic. Fincher wants $10 million upfront and control over marketing, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It's conceivable the two parties could re-enter talks, but unless Fincher is willing to come down on his upfront fees, it's probably a non-starter.
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