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Christian Bale has admitted that he found something special about filming the first Marvel movie “the definition of monotony”.
The Oscar-winning star joined the MCU earlier this year when he played the villain Gorr in the Thor film Love And Thunder.
However, in a new interview with GQ , Christian admitted that he didn’t have an easy time using green screen technology on the set of the SFX-heavy film.
“This is the first one when I did it. That is, the definition of this is monotony,” he said in his speech.
The former Dark Knight star continued, referring to his colleagues who are more experienced in Marvel’s way of working: “You have good people. You have other actors who are much more experienced in this than I am.
“Can you tell one day from another? No. Absolutely not. You don’t know what to do. I could not even distinguish one stage from another.
“They said, ‘You are in the third stage.’ Well, it’s ‘Which one?’ is like ‘The one in blue’. They said, “Yes. But you are in the seventh stage’. ‘Which one is this?’. ‘The one in blue’. I was like, ‘Oh, where?’ I said.
Christian will next be seen in action in the coming-of-age comedy Amsterdam, where he shares the screen with Margot Robbie and John David Washington, with additional appearances by Anya-Taylor Joy, Chris Rock, Robert De Niro and Taylor Swift.
Thor: Love And Thunder is now available to watch on Disney+.
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