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Entertainment Christian Bale says he's done with drastic weight changes for roles

19:05  08 november  2019
19:05  08 november  2019 Source:   ew.com

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Bale said in December that he had “fun” gaining weight to play Cheney, and mostly just ate “a lot of pies” to do it. Along with switching weights for Vice and Ford v Ferrari, Bale has famously changed up his diets for 2004’ s The Machinist, when he got down to just 120 lbs., before gaining 70 lbs. back

As great an actor as Christian Bale is, perhaps the thing people talk most about with his performances are the physical transformations he makes. Whether it be for The Machinist, American Hustle, Batman Begins, The Fighter, or Vice, the Oscar winner has repeatedly fluctuated his weight to fit his latest role .

Well, it sounds like Vice 2 isn’t happening.

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As great an actor as Christian Bale is, perhaps the thing people talk most about with his performances are the physical transformations he makes. Whether it be for The Machinist, American Hustle, Batman Begins, The Fighter, or Vice, the Oscar winner has repeatedly fluctuated his weight to fit his latest role. But after losing 70 pounds to go from Vice President Dick Cheney in Vice to racer Ken Miles in Ford v Ferrari, Bale says he’ll no longer be making these dramatic changes.

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Christian Bale is a great actor, and he ’ s also the type of actor who likes to go above and beyond for his roles . Over his career, Bale has lost and gained drastic amounts of weight , be it to play a rail-thin insomniac in The Machinist or a portly Dick Cheney in Vice. But according to Bale himself

At this point, drastic weight gains and losses are signature moves for Christian Bale . But if we’re to take the Oscar winner at his word, he is done with full-body transformations—at least as they pertain to roles . “I keep saying I’m done with it,” Bale said on a recent episode of CBS’ s “Sunday Morning.”

“I keep saying I’m done with it,” Bale tells CBS Sunday Morning in an interview airing this weekend. “I really think I’m done with it, yeah.”

While Bale might be over it, his Ford v Ferrari costar Matt Damon seemed to enjoy watching Bale’s process. “I had a great time watching him,” he said of Bale. “He’s got an incredible monk-like discipline…he went from Dick Cheney to this guy. So he had to lose 70 pounds.”

Bale’s transformations started in 2004 when he went all the way down to 120 pounds for The Machinist, but even he has his limits in recent years. In 2016, he, ironically, pulled out of director Michael Mann’s planned Enzo Ferrari biopic over concerns of the health effects of gaining the weight necessary to play the role, and doing so in time for the start date.

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Bale said in December that he had “fun” gaining weight to play Cheney, and mostly just ate “a lot of pies” to do it. Bale also lost weight — and won an Academy Award — for his role as a heroin addict in 2010’ s The Fighter, before adding a potbelly for 2013’ s American Hustle.

Bale said in December that he had “fun” gaining weight to play Cheney, and mostly just ate. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb' s opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual.

Enzo Ferrari and Henry Ford II are characters in Ford v Ferrari, but the story follows fearless British racer Ken Miles (Bale) and maverick American car designer Carroll Shelby’s (Damon) in their pursuit of building a Ford race car that can beat Ferrari. “It’s these two friends figuring out how do you deal with these a–holes in suits who know nothing about racing,” Bale previously told EW. “It transcends racing and becomes something that captures the spirit of people who are willing to risk everything for their love.”

Bale and Damon’s full interview will air Sunday on CBS. Ford v Ferrari races into theaters on Nov. 15.

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