No, it wasn't a four minute tirade full of expletives. This time.
Source: Access Hollywood
Christian Bale hasn't had much to say about Affleck's casting as Batman so far, but now that he is doing the press tour for his new movie Out of the Furnace the question has become impossible to ignore.
His advice was simple and no, it wasn't about how to do the batvoice or look menacing with the inability to move half your body, it was about taking a piss.
The only thing I said to him is just make sure he can take a piss without anyone having to help him, because it’s a little bit humiliating, which I went through when you have to have somebody kind of help you out with the costume in order to be able to do that. So that’s my main piece of advice for him.
The Adam West Batman would have been ready for this sort of thing with a Bat-colostomy bag. Bale does sound more than ready to leave his BAThroom troubles behind though.
I wish him all the best. He’s a very experienced actor and filmmaker, and he’ll make it his own. And our thing is finished and we always declared it was finished. And you know it should be passed onto another actor and will be again after him.
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