Christian Bale said when he met President Trump the future commander in chief thought that he was Bruce Wayne.
Christian Bale recalled the time he met President Asset in 2011 and how the future commander in chief thought he was the fictional DC Comics character Bruce Wayne, whose secret identity of Batman.
Bale, 44, told Variety that Trump was a “tall man”, when he met him on the set of “the Dark Knight Rises.” The crew was filming at Trump Tower in time.
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“I met him once, we were filming ‘Batman’ in the Trump Tower and he said, “Come up to the office, it’s there,'” the “Vice” actor recalled.
When asked if he was, Bale said he.
“I think he thought I was Bruce Wayne, because I was dressed as Bruce Wayne, so he spoke to me like I was Bruce Wayne and I just went along with it really,” he continued. “It was very entertaining. I had no idea at the time that he would think about running for president, you know?”
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When asked later on who should play Trump in a film, Bale made no reply. The Academy Award-winning actor also did not elaborate on what he and Trump talked about.
Director Christopher Nolan is using Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago in “The Dark Knight” before Trump Tower in New York City in “The Dark Knight Rises,” AV Club reported.