Christian Bale knows that he will die if he continues to play
11.12.2019 / News author: Oksana
Able to feed on coffee, water, an apple and a can of tuna per day (approximately 250 Kcal) to lose 27 kg and stay in the 55 kg with which I play his character in 'The Machinist' (2004) or get to the opposite extreme and ingest about 4,000 Kcal a day to achieve the imposing physical that required the occasion to give life to Batman on the big screen, the truth is that Christian Bale (45) has lived in a continuous Russian mountain in what to Your weight refers.
But the time has come to say enough. The British actor is clear that he will not star in a new story of transformation to embody another role. Your health will probably be grateful, but moviegoers will lose the most chameleonic aspect of one of Hollywood's most respected actors.
"I keep saying that I am done with the drastic changes in weight. I have become a little more bored with age and I feel that if I continue doing the same as until now, I will die. So I prefer not to die. I would like not to die." , Bale says in an interview with Enews on the occasion of the premiere of his new movie 'Ford v Ferrari', which arrives in Spain on November 15.
And, in addition to his extreme thinness in 'The Machinist' or his powerful physicist to play Bruce Wayne (Batman), the British actor again showed a fame appearance in 'The Fighter' (2010), which earned him an Oscar, and he had to gain about 19 kilos for his role in 'American Hustle' (2013).
Virtually the same amount of weight that I need to gain in order to give life to the former vice president of the United States, Dick Cheney, in 'Vice' (2018). And from there, again a race against the clock to lose 30 kilos and put on the skin of Ken Miles, the slender British racing driver he plays in his last film.
So, if we take account, Christian Bale has spent the last 15 years of his life adhered to hypocaloric or hypercaloric diets depending on the demands of the script, starring in some of the wildest physical changes in film history and that, to Dessert is a risky practice since it is scientifically proven that repeated weight loss and recovery is detrimental to health.
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