Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt star in the drama from Adam McKay about four outsiders who predicted the 2007 economic meltdown.
The Oscar winner will star as Italian racer and auto mogul Enzo Ferrari in the filmmaker’s long-brewing biographical drama.
They’re joined by Melissa Leo and Marissa Tomei in the adaptation of the book by “Moneyball” author
The Dark Knight may be the hero we need and deserve, but even he makes some bonehead moves. Check out this list of his best (worst) face-palms.
Twenty-five years after the release of Tim Burton’s Batman, the actor remains “very secure” in his role as the Dark Knight.
The actor doesn’t buy the fan theory that the scene of Bruce and Selina enjoying themselves at an outdoor cafe was just a dream.
The Oscar winner reveals that while he knew it was time to hang up the cape, part of him still wanted to play the Dark Knight again.
The Oscar winner reportedly concluded he wasn’t right for the role of the late Apple CEO in Danny Boyle’s film.
Moses warns that “something is coming” in the dramatic new commercial for Ridley Scott’s Biblical epic.
The Oscar winner will star in director Danny Boyle’s biopic of the late Apple CEO, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin confirmed.
Moses himself, Christian Bale, was on hand to preview more than 30 minutes of footage from Fox’s Biblical tale.
Moses and Ramses clash in this modern-day retelling of the Biblical epic from director Ridley Scott.