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Is Christian Bale Boarding Noah's Arc?

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Christian Bale's definitely got the beard for it!

There is chatter about the Dark Knight showing his lighter side in Darren Aronofsky's biblical blockbuster Noah.

Although, let's be honest. If the guy who brought us Requiem For A Dream, The Wrestler, and Black Swan is behind this bible story, we doubt there will be anything light about it!

Bale, who won an Academy Award for his performance in The Fighter, has proven his ability to bring intensity to the screen as well, so we think this actor and director are a heavenly combination!

Do U think Christian Bale would be a good Noah?

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6 comments to “Is Christian Bale Boarding Noah's Arc?”

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    BLAH! After the atrocity of Black Swan, Aronofsky should mess with biblical nonsense (here's looking at you Mel "crazy" Gibson). Make something good again!

  3. 3

    Darren Aronofsky is effing amazing, and so are his movies. Especially Black Swan….fantastic.

    BUT, I really don't want this to be true. There are plenty of better actors out there. Aside from this little speed bump, I'm excited for another Aronofsky film in the future.

  4. 4

    Christian Bale is awesome as an actor and I'd watch him in anything.

  5. 5

    Perez, we actually agree on this. Three very depressing movies on the directors resume. there are so many ways to approach the story of Noah without comedy. The Preservationist was one of the best books written about Noah. I would love to see it adapted.

  6. 6

    "Arc" is part of a circle whereas "Ark" is the name of the gigantic vessel that Noah built to save all the world's animal species.