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    “It’s the definition of monotony”: Christian Bale says he doesn’t like filming movies on green screen like ‘Thor’

    Christian Bale said that shooting green screen movies, like those in the Thor franchise, is “the definition of monotony.”

    Bale played the supervillain Gorr in the special effects movie Thor: Love and Thunder 2022, alongside Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.

    In a new interview with GQthe actor was asked if, after his experience making the film, he thinks green screen acting is for him.

    “I mean, it’s the definition of monotony,” he replied. “You have good people. You have other actors who have much more experience than me.”

    “Can you tell one day from another? Of course not. You have no idea what to do. I couldn’t even tell one set from the next.”

    “They told me, ‘You’re on Stage Three.’ Well, and I thought ‘Which one is that’ ‘The blue one’. They told me ‘Yes. But you’re on Stage Seven’. ‘Which one’ ‘The blue one’. I was like, ‘Uh, where?’”

    Elsewhere in the interview, Bale expressed that he doesn’t consider himself a leading man, despite having played lead roles in numerous Batman movies, fighter Y Viceto name a few.

    Christian Bale as Gorr in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

    (Marvel Studios)

    “I’ve never considered myself a leading man, it’s boring,” he said. “You don’t get the good parts. Even if I play a leading man, I pretend I’m playing, you know, the fourth or fifth character down, because you have more freedom.”

    “I also do not think about the general effect that [un personaje] Will have. For me it’s like playing, like animals and children do. It’s having a tunnel vision about what you do, you don’t think about the effect you have.

    Bale performs in amsterdama film set in the 1930s about three friends who witness a murder, are framed for said murder, and uncover one of the most scandalous plots in US history.

    amsterdam opens in theaters on October 7.

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