Christian Bale hates working on green screen locations, it was the worst experience of his
Many actors have found it difficult working on green screen studios. They have trouble acting around scenery and characters that are not there.
Christian Bale experienced a fair amount of green screen work while playing Gorr the God Butcher.
Bale has previously worked on many “real world” movies, but has not often been found working with green screen locations.
Thor: Love and Thunder delivered some fantastic worlds that were visually created with CGI. The film added them in post-production. The actors mostly worked on green and blue screen studios without real idea of where they were meant to be.
While some Marvel productions have made use of The Volume, a studio that comes with LED screens.
For Bale, it was the classic green screen all the way on Thor: Love and Thunder, and he really wasn’t comfortable with it.
Bale told GQ: VIDEO OF THE DAY : "That’s the first time I’ve done that.
The definition of it is monotony.
You’ve got good friends.
You have other actors who are far more experienced at it than me.
Can you distinguish one day from the next?
No. No. I will not.
You don't know what to do.
I couldn’t differentiate one stage from the next.
They kept saying, “you’re on stage Three.”.
It’s like, “Which one is that?”.
“The blue one.”.
They’re like, “Yeah.
But you’re on Stage Seven.”.
“Which one is that?”.
“The blue one.”.
I was like, " Uh, where is Christian Bale? "Christian Bale found playing Gorr a much easier experience than Batman: Marvel Studios. Despite his clear dislike of the green screen, Christian Bale did find playing Cobr a more challenging experience than when playing his iconic superhero role of Batman. This is mainly due to the way audiences react to movie villain.
He previously said : “They do, absolutely.
They not only have more fun, but they are easier to play.
Because everybody is obsessed with bad guys, right?
The minute the bad guy walks on the screen, no one's looking at the good guy anymore.
All eyes go to the bad guy, so it's a much easier acting gig.
Christian Bale is one of the most highly regarded actors to enter the MCU. He was certainly a star turn for his relatively short screen time.