He’s done two films already in the bat suit, and he thinks the upcoming third Dark Knight film could be his last as the caped super hero.
Says actor Christian Bale to E! Online, ”The thing is that this will be, I believe, unless Chris [Nolan] says different, this will be the last time I’m playing Batman.”
The last film, The Dark Knight was pretty amazing, let’s see if Nolan wants to make more Batman films after this third one with Bale.
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~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.23.10~
Malann was originally from Russia before she came to live in Los Angeles.
Pocahontas was her super hero of choice to play on Halloween in West Hollywood last night. Malann was drinking coffee for two.
She’s a sweetheart. Dressed like this, Malann reminds me a little of my friend, Q’orianka Kilcher of Peru, who played Pocahontas too opposite Christian Bale and Colin Farrell when she was 14 years-of-age.
Here’s a clip of Q’ori starring in The New World. So talented.
To see what Q’orianka’s up to, in her efforts at being Young Hollywood’s advocate for the environment and Indigenous People and the tribes of Peru and the Amazon, go here. For children fighting for life and their future of the Amazon, Q’orianka is their super hero:
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.1.10~
Did Christian Bale get seriously batted upside the head, with the fugly stick?! Not really. But the actor who plays super heroes (Batman) is looking a bit fugly on it, on the set of his new movie.
It’s nice to see a true method actor who can adapt to new roles. It’s hard to believe though that this is Batman! But indeed… it is!
Meanwhile, in Hollywood, it’s all about Miss Tessa, The Twilight and New Moon Kids; plus the talented musicians at UCLA’s Herb Albert School of Music. Here’s 10 Hot Entertainment News Posts right now on Horiwood.Com.
Here’s what came in where at the American box office the weekend of the 2009 MTV Movie Awards. Looking good for all of the big studio films right now.
Particularly, family films with a PG rating are what’s hotter than hot in these times of recession as parents pull their brood close to them, and families head out together to films in their droves.
Here are the top 10 movies at the box office in the U.S. and Canada:
1. “Up” (Disney/Pixar): Opened to $68.2 million, right in line with Pixar’s best debuts. Up is Pixar’s 10th consecutive box office success. Wow!
2. “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” (Fox): Declined 53% to $25.5 million, bringing the domestic total to $105.3 million. Overseas total is $106 million.
Christian Bale’s Terminator Salvation came in at #2 at US Box Office this weekend. Here’s the latest 2 magazine covers from the British actor for Esquire UK and GQ, USA.
The Stiller film earned an estimated $70 million (Terminator earned $54 million), while families showed they wanted something nonviolent this weekend.
Congratulations Mister Ben Stiller. Nice job!
Meanwhile, here are 10 Hot Posts right now in Hollywood on Horiwood.Com. Enjoy!
Meet Alex Miraz, of New Moon‘s wolf pack. As well as being an actor, Alex Meraz is also a model and a talented artist, like Miss Tessa of New Zealand.
In Hollywood’s most exciting casting news since the Oscar winning Dances With Wolves, Alez Meraz stars with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Nikki Reid and fellow First Nation Indian castmates, Chaske Spencer, Bronson Pelletier, Kiowa Gordon, Tyson Houseman
Alex is proudly First Nation Indian. Here’s a little starting details about him: Alex Meraz, of the Purepecha (Tarasco) First Nation of Michoacan, Mexico was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona. There he taught at schools and community centers throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan area in all aspects of art from mask-making to break dance.
As a graduate of the New School for the Arts, Alex has since further developed as a multi-faceted performer and artist. For 12 years Alex studied mixed martial arts, winning numerous tournaments in karate and capoeira, which led him to train with Andy Cheng as a stuntman. Highly sought after in the indigenous dance world, Alex has worked as a lead dancer with renowned choreographers Raoul Trujillo, Rulan Tangen, and Santee Smith, to name a few.
Among his many accomplishments, he is also a founding member of Dancing Earth, directed by Rulan Tangen. His notoriety with Dancing Earth earned him the honor of being hand-picked for a troupe selected to represent the U.S. in a performance for the Royal Jordanian family in Amman, Jordan.
With a vast range of talents, Alex’s skill in acting and the performing arts has allowed him to work alongside Colin Farrell, Christian Bale, and Director Terrence Malick.
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NOTE TO BILLIONAIRES – THIS WILL SELL: HEART WARMING SUPER HEROES OFFER COMFORT TO KIDS IN THE COLD OF WORLDWIDE GLOBAL RECESSION
Here’s some billionaire algebra! It’s not rocket science… yet… but here’s a little formula to make a few million bob this year:
1 x SNUGGIE blanket + a range of SUPER HERO characters = a world wide $elling hit in a global recession. Coupled with a% of profit’s going to Brad Pitt’s MAKE IT RIGHT! foundation… and it’s a sure winner!
THE PR: Could you imagine if Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne & Knox Jolie Pitt, were photographed wearing these? incredible sales would ensure, raising a part of the profit to generate monies to house the homeless of Hurricane Katrina! Angelina Jolie would be ecstatic! lol!
To prove the point, here’s Madonna and Guy Richie’s son David Banda, rocking the look with Spiderman in NYC in New York recently.
Oh, happy entrepreneuring and still coming out on top in a global recession! And of course, horiwood.com wants a cut of the idea.:)
From pop culture we learn, what the masses want to buy. Billionaire’s have always been good at spotting such trends in world financial history!
Potential Horiwood billionaires, Who do you think the biggest selling Super Snuggie Heroes will be of 2010? (more…)