The real reason behind why Christian Bale is gaining weight

Lawrence Kim
September 13, 2017

The film is now untitled and has not yet begun filming.

Christian Bale has been showing off his heavier frame during 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.

Hollywood Reporter has posted on the Instagram account a short interview with Christian Bale.

Here nothing to do with his role of the captain in the next project of Scott Cooper.

The story follows Bale's character as he reluctantly escorts his former rival, a dying Cheyenne war chief played by Wes Studi, and his family back to their tribal lands. There's no word on who will portray George W. Bush, under whom Cheney served as veep.

The comedian is customary metamorphoses physical.

The actor famously lost 28 kilograms (60 pounds) to pay an insomniac in The Machinst by eating one can of tuna and/or one apple a day for nearly four months, while doing intense cardio workouts to speed up the weight loss. He explained at the time that he'd eaten an apple and a can of tuna per day for three months. Backseat still has no official release date but is expected to finish on our screens at the end of 2018 - beginning of 2019.

The film, titled Backseat, has not yet started filming but Bale is working under the helm of director Adam McKay and the film will also star Steve Carell as Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and Amy Adams is set to play Lynne Cheney.

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