Christian Bale says he had to stop talking to Chris Rock while filming in Amsterdam

Thor: Love and Thunder Christian Bale’s latest movies, Amsterdam, he has a crew full of talented stars, and while a large, talented cast can create an opportunity for conflict, for Bill, there was one co-star in particular who had to stop talking to him while on set because they made him laugh so much. Bill said Indiewire (Across diverse) that he found his co-star Chris Rock so funny that he prevented him from getting into a character Amsterdam.

“I remember his first day, I was excited to meet him, I’m a huge fan of his attitude,” Bell said. Then he arrived, doing some things… David [O. Russell] I told him to tell me some stories I didn’t know he was going to tell me, and that’s how David often works. And I loved him. But Chris is very funny, and I found that I couldn’t act, because I became a Christian just laughing at Chris Rock. So, I had to go up to him, and I went, ‘Boy, I love talking to you, we have friends in common, but I can’t do that anymore. Because David didn’t ask me to make this movie so he could watch me laugh. He wants me to be Burt and me.’ I forget how to be Bert.”

Amsterdam It is described as the story of three friends, two soldiers and a nurse (Bill, John David Washington, and Margot Robbie), who find themselves in Amsterdam and vow to find each other no matter what but find themselves a murder suspect. The film stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Rami Malek, Robert De Niro, Zoe Saldana, Mike Myers, Michael Shannon, Timothy Olyphant, Taylor Swift and more.

Amsterdam It marks Russell’s first directorial effort since 2015 cheerfulNominated for several Golden Globe Awards and Academy Awards. In addition to his return to Hollywood, this film is the reunion of Russell and a number of cast members. Russell and Bill have worked together twice before the fighter And the American blackmailwhile De Niro collaborated with the director in silver linings playbook and the above cheerful. Another notable encounter is with Malik and Myers, who worked together on the 2018 film Bohemian Rhapsody.

Amsterdam It arrives in theaters November 4th.


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