When Christian Bale was offered to reprise his role as Batman for the fourth time, both he and Christopher Nolan decided move forward without looking back. Since then, his career has been totally away from Hollywood trends, between ‘Le Mans 66’, ‘The Vice of Power’ and becoming Moses in ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’. That is why it is so surprising that in 2022, after a three-year hiatus, the actor returns to the comic adaptations turned into Gorrthe Butcher of Gods.
What is the MCU?
But, apparently, Bale wasn’t very clear about what he was signing (or he was, but it’s more fun if we don’t think so). When, after his signing, the whole Internet started saying “He’s entered the MCU!” his reply was “I did what? I didn’t get into shit, thank you very much”. In fact, he had to ask what the MCU was all about.
Personally, I am not very clear an actor of his statureby accepting a role in the fourth part of the ‘Thor’ saga in which, by rebound, the Guardians of the Galaxy appear, do not know that it is part of a much larger saga which has basically swept the box office in recent years. But, things as they are, this story is much more fun if we don’t put common sense into it.
Once he found out that his character was based on a comic book saga, his next problem was to find Gorr, the Butcher of Gods, on Google. And find a suit, let’s say, different from what he expected.
I thought “I know what he does”. It’s there in the name, isn’t it? But I made the mistake of googling it and oh no! In the comics, she walks around in a thong all the time. And I thought “They don’t have the perfect person for that!”.
In the end will not go out in a thong. Another very serious error of Marvel.