Micro-News: Christian Bale On Role Selection After The TDK Trilogy, DC ALL ACCESS Renewed
Christian Bale on the roles he prefers after starring in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy. DC All Access gets picked up for 12 more episodes. Zoë Saldana on Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy.
Christian Bale spoke with USA Today about seeking out smaller budget films like Out of the Furnace and American Hustle after playing Batman in three studio blockbusters. "It's very rare that people who do massive films like that want to repeat with another massive film. You're dealing with a small army, everything you do requires hundreds of people -- vs. a lower-budget film where you can spin on a dime. You have less people breathing over your shoulder. You can alter the script in 10 minutes and decide you're going to go in a totally different direction and nobody questions you, you just do it. There's great a freedom to it." Click the link above to read the full transcript, it's a great interview. Jennifer Lawrence interjects with some funny quips.
Speaking to Crave Online, actress Zoë Saldana compared her Avatar character, Neytiri to Gamora in James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy. Where Neytiri is a cat, Gamora is another animal. "No, she was more of a wolf, Gamora. But she was a character that I didn’t really channel naturally, unconsciously. An animal isn’t what popped up. A bullfighter was." A brief but very visual description.
DC All Access was originally commissioned for 12 episodes but the success of the program has led to the web show being given an order of 12 additional eps. The show is hosted by Blair Herter and Tiffany Smith. I'm personally a fan of the show, I initially expected DC All Access to be all fluff but they've provided some real content with interviews with Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Zack Snyder and more. Variety has the details.
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