Spending the weekend hard at work on their latest film, Natalie Portman and Christian Bale were spotted cruising around the Hollywood set of “Knight of Cups” on Saturday (July 14).
The Oscar-winning actress looked her usual charming self in an all-black ensemble as she was seen riding shotgun with her hunky co-star as they casually navigated the streets of Tinseltown in a Lincoln convertible.
The workday comes as Bale recently spoke out on what it was like to play the iconic Batman role for the last time in “The Dark Knight Rises” – which hits theaters on July 20th.
The 38-year-old said that the nearing finality dawned on him while filming a rooftop scene with co-star Anne Hathaway, explaining, ““So again I said, ‘Can you please leave me alone for 20 minutes?’. I sat there for a while realizing, ‘This is it — I’m never going to be putting this [costume] on again.’ I was absorbing the weight of the moment. The trilogy has meant an awful lot to me.”
Her career is long and distinguished, and Rachel Weisz talks about her latest film “The Bourne Legacy” in addition to looking super hot in a new feature from Vanity Fair.
The “Runaway Jury” actress shared that having a trilogy of films behind her made making the fourth flick quite a challenge.
“It’s much scarier; there’s a whole world behind the one you’ve watched in the first three. I could identify with her character, ill-equipped to deal with the high-stakes drama. We are lone survivors, me and Jeremy Renner, and all the science is possible. It is not sci-fi—the level of realism is very, very high.”
As for working with Tony Gilroy on the gig, Rachel gushed, “It was very exciting, a dream job. He loves chaos—raw, edgy, out-of-control acting. He also has a complex, wordsmith mind, so it’s a great cocktail, more like being in a band. It felt like an independent movie.”
Along with the interview, Rachel also posed for a photo shoot in which she made clothes from Tom Ford, Calvin Klein and Yves Saint Laurent look extra amazing.
The Christopher Nolan directed flick is an epic conclusion of his Batman trilogy and according to IMDB, picks up eight years after the hero “took the fall for Two Face’s crimes. A new terrorist leader, Bane, overwhelms Gotham’s finest, and the Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy.”
It also stars Michael Caine, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Morgan Freeman and opens in theaters on July 20.
Not in the best of shape at the moment, Brad Pitt was spotted leaving Christina Radu Spa in Beverly Hills, CA on Thursday (January 5).
The “Moneyball” star sported shades and a black jumpsuit while emerging from the place of relaxation using the assistance of a cane.
As for the injury, Pitt reportedly told photographers on the scene that he tore a ligament in his knee – though he didn’t explain how the damage was incurred.
Aside from his leg woes, Pitt’s film “World War Z” – which hits theaters on December 21st – is being considered as a potential trilogy.
Reportedly, the movie’s director and Paramount Pictures are in talks of making the “post-apocalyptic horror film” as a triple-offering, making it Brad’s first big movie franchise.