The actor — who performed Gotham’s caped crusader within the “Darkish Knight” trilogy — just lately told Total Film he didn’t even know what the acronym “MCU” (Marvel Cinematic Universe) stood for earlier than he ditched DC Comics for the opposing multiverse.
“I’d learn that, and other people would go, ‘Oh, take a look at this! He’s entered the MCU!’ And I’d go, ‘I’ve performed what? I haven’t entered shit, thanks very a lot,’” Bale mentioned. “I’m like, ‘The MCU?’ I needed to ask what that was.”
The Oscar-winner additionally recounted the hilarious second he discovered about his character, Gorr the God Butcher, a sinister Marvel supervillain he didn’t even know existed.
“I did make the error of Googling [Gorr] and, oh no! [In the comics,] he runs round in a G-string on a regular basis,” Bale instructed Whole Movie.
He added: “And I believed, ‘They don’t have the suitable man for that!’ After which [director Taika Waititi] rapidly dispelled any notions of operating round in that.”
Requested if he had any reservations about portraying one other comedian e-book character after taking part in Batman to vital acclaim, Bale quickly banished the notion.
“Completely not, no. That didn’t even enter into my head in any respect,” he mentioned.
The Technique actor additionally shared that he and Waititi had mentioned making the character much less severe and that he’d wished so as to add a dance sequence impressed by singer Kate Bush, who just lately loved a resurgence in “Stranger Things.”
“There’s clearly form of a ‘Nosferatu’ slight angle,” Bale mentioned. “Taika and I wished to do a complete dance, which we didn’t get to do, however we had all this form of Kate Bush stuff that we labored at. However I believe he simply realized he was by no means going to be allowed to place that within the remaining movie.”
“Thor: Love And Thunder,” the fourth installment of the “Thor” franchise, is ready to hit theaters on July 8.
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