The 44-year-old piled on the kilos to play former United States Vice President Dick Cheney in Vice. He had previously gone through extreme weight gain for American Hustle and The Big Short, slimmed down to less than 56 kilos for The Machinist and bulked up to play Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy of films. Christian Bale and Sibi Blazic. Picture: VALERIE MACON / AFPSource:AFP The actor put on weight for his role in ViceSource:Supplied He told the Sunday Times’s Culture magazine: “I can’t keep doing it. I really can’t. My mortality is staring me in the face.” He was also stunned when Gary Oldman told him he gained no weight to play Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. MORE: Vice is a chilling reminder of Dick Cheney’s transgressions Bale said: “By this time I’m 20lb (nine kilos) in. I said, ‘Wait — none?’ I felt like such a t*t, but I thought: I’m on this road; I’m going to keep going.” Bale as BatmanSource:Supplied Christian Bale in The MachinistSource:Supplied He added that he feels sorry for his wife, the model Sibi Blazic, who has to put up with his changes, saying: “No matter what happens, my wife’s seen it,” but… Read full this story
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