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Christian Bale as Steve Jobs? David Fincher Reportedly Has His First Choice

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Just when you thought that the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic couldn't get more interesting, Oscar-winning actor (and former Batman) Christian Bale gets thrown into the mix as the top choice to play the iconic tech genius. This movie doesn't even have a title and it already has our attention.

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First Look at Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus’: Christian Bale Reboots Moses

Exodus First Look
20th Century Fox

Biblical epics are so in right now! As Darren Aronofsky readies to premiere his version of 'Noah' with Russell Crowe, director Ridley Scott has his own retelling to tell. The first look at 'Exodus,' which chronicles the story of Moses, has arrived and features Christian Bale on horseback as he surveys the tragedy inflicted on his people in ancient Egypt.

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‘American Hustle’ Interviews: Talking With Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner

American Hustle Interview
Sony Pictures

Critics may debate whether 'American Hustle' is good or great (and they are), but one thing even the toughest critic of David O. Russell's 70s crime epic can agree on: the performances are outstanding. Across the board, the likes of Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner and even Louis CK deliver some of their best work; work that is sure to be recognized this Oscar season.

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‘American Hustle’ Review

American Hustle review
Sony Pictures

There is so much hair in 'American Hustle.'

Christian Bale's disastrous comb-over/rug combo basically opens the film with a wordless monologue. Beneath that unnatural mop is the sharp mind of Irving Rosenfeld, a “from the feet up” con man making the leap from running legit (but boring) dry cleaning businesses to grifting down-on-their-luck rubes on bad bank loans. His operation starts taking off when he hooks up with Amy Adams, a natural businesswoman looking to reinvent herself. She does this with a name change, a phony British accent and, later in the film, by frizzing her hair out to preposterous proportions.

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See the Cast of ‘Little Women’ Then and Now

Little Women
Columbia

'Little Women,' based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, was released in 1994, and told the story of the March sisters, who grow up under the guidance of their mother during and after the Civil War. While the fictional girls' lives were blossoming, so were the careers of the film's young stars, like Claire Danes, Kirsten Dunst, Winona Ryder and Christian Bale. Nineteen years later, we look back on the cast of this coming-of-age classic and see where they are now. 

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See the Cast of ‘Newsies’ Then and Now

Newsies
Disney

Disney's musical 'Newsies,' released in 1992, was loosely based on the newsboys strike of 1899 and starred a young Christian Bale as an orphaned teenager who sells newspapers to earn a living. The film featured 12 original songs and an exciting young cast. Although it performed poorly at the box office, the film became a treasured classic, eventually spawning a stage adaptation. Twenty-one years later, we look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to now. 

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‘Out of the Furnace’ Review

Out of the Furnace review
Relativity Media

Instead of embracing any semblance of light and levity left over from his first film, filmmaker Scott Cooper’s highly anticipated follow-up to his 2009 hit ‘Crazy Heart’ goes straight for the darkness, never quite emerging on the other side of it, much to the detriment of both the feature and its audience.

Cooper’s ‘Out of the Furnace’ is a miserable experience, and though that seems to be entirely the point, that doesn’t mean it needs to come with such little redeeming value, at least as it applies to the film’s emotional stakes. The first act runs through a series of ever-increasing bad situations, bad acts, bad decisions, and bad accidents, but it's a lack of emotional investment that keep them from hitting with any sort of impact. It’s just one big stew of bad stuff, and the only interesting thing about it is waiting for everything to inevitably boil over.

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‘American Hustle’ Clip Previews Jennifer Lawrence’s Explosive Cooking Skills

American Hustle Clip Jennifer Lawrence
Sony

Jennifer Lawrence gave an incredible performance in David O. Russell's 'Silver Linings Playbook,' ultimately winning her the Oscar for Best Actress. From the looks of 'American Hustle,' Russell's follow-up, she might just have another award under her belt.

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‘American Hustle’ Trailer: Could Bradley Cooper’s Bad Hairdo Lead to an Oscar?

American Hustle Trailer
Sony

The latest 'American Hustle' trailer has debuted on Yahoo Movies, and Sony is revving up its marketing campaign to position this to score more Oscar nominations for director David O. Russell. What'd you think? Does Russell and his all-star cast have enough juice to sweep awards season? The film seems a shoe-in for best bad hair, that's for sure.

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‘Out of the Furnace’ Trailer: Another Oscar For Christian Bale?

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Christian Bale might be done as Batman, but that doesn't mean he's done seeking vengeance for a family member against a crime syndicate in a corrupt town. It's not 'The Dark Knight' but it's 'Out of the Furnace' and it could win Bale another Oscar. Don't believe us? Watch the trailer and see for yourself.

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