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Christian bale expressed his dissatisfaction with his play in the Batman movies

Кристиан Бэйл выразил недовольство своей игрой в фильмах о Бэтмене

American actor Christian bale admitted that he is unhappy with the way he played the role of Batman in Christopher Nolan, tells Yahoo Movies. The actor believes that Heath Ledger in the Joker showed himself to be much brighter.

“I have not quite managed to fulfil the tasks I set for myself in this trilogy. Chris everything turned out fine, but my feelings from my work such that I “leant” my role,” said bale.

Impressed by the actor play Heath Ledger, who starred with him in the film 2008’s “the Dark knight”.

“The hit came and just ruined my plans. I said to myself, he’s much more interesting to me and what I do,” admitted bale.

In addition to the trilogy of Batman, in the filmography of 42-year-old Christian Bale is such films as “American psycho”, “Engineer”, “Exodus: gods and Kings”, “Scam American-style”, “shorting” and “Knight of cups”. The actor is famous for the ability for physical transformation for the role in “the Machinist” he lost 30 pounds, and soon for his role in “the Batman” had to gain 45 pounds.

Batman (the Dark knight) is one of the most popular heroes of comic book publisher DC Comics, which first appeared in may 1939. The history of the Batman has been repeatedly presented on the big screen — mainly the works of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan. It was first played by Lewis Wilson in 1943. At different times the role of Batman performed by such actors as Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney. In 2016, the picture will be released by Zack Snyder “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” in which the Dark knight will play Ben Affleck.

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