Surely this is an exciting and celebratory piece of news for the loyal and ever growing global fan base of the actor as Christian Bale makes comeback as Batman in “Flash”.
Prolific actor Christian Bale is known for charming the hearts of his fans, film critics and audiences with his memorable and jaw dropping performances in commercially successful and critically acclaimed films like American Psycho (2000) and his superb portrayal of Batman in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy (2005-2012).
Christian has won many awards in his entire career but also has been a proud recipient of the most prestigious and globally renowned Academy Award and two Golden Globes. Also he was featured in TIMES 100 list of the year 2011.
This recent update comes in after actors Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton have agreed by giving their official nod and confirmation to star in the upcoming “Flash” movie. Christian Bale makes comeback as Batman in “Flash” only if Christopher Nolan gives his approval for the same.
According to the sources at a leading international digital website, this all happened when the Warner Bros Production house made an irresistible offer and deal to the actor, which he couldn’t really refuse. It is being said that the actor is being offered a red carpet return into the world of DC as the caped crusader Batman in the Flash movie.
Also the recent media reports suggest that Bale is really wanting to make a comeback but only one thing is stopping him to do so. The media reports say that Christian wants Nolan’s approval before he goes on to officially sign the project.
The leading international digital website report reads, “From what we’re hearing, the British star is actually up for it, but he has one big condition – he’ll only sign on if Nolan, the director of the Dark Knight trilogy, approves the plan”.
It seems that the 46 years old stellar Hollywood superstar doesn’t want his decision to have any sorts of a bad or negative impact on his stint. He is wanting to rather take Nolan’s blessings and provide a realistic proper answer to the production house.