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A source close to the former Vice-President Dick Cheney’s denial of an actor of Christian Bale’s claims that the politician had sent the actor a short message about Bale’s portrayal of dick Cheney in 2018, from the movie “Vice.”
“Dick Cheney has never been, and would never have to send a message to the Bag. Totally false,” the source told Fox News on Friday.
Bale, 45, starred as the former Bush White House as VP in the film, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for best actor. Speaking to Yahoo, Entertainment, Bale said he wasn’t sure if dick Cheney had actually watched the film, but claims he has had a number of dull thoughts, for the man who portrayed him on the big screen.
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“Oddly enough, it was because of my son’s school,” Bale explained. “One of the mothers was at a party when [Cheney] was, and she said,” Oh, I’ll get to see Christian tomorrow, do you have anything to say to him?'” Bale told the outlet. “And he said,” well, Tell him that he’s a d – – – – -.'”
In this image released by Annapurna Pictures shows Christian Bale as Dick Cheney, left, and Amy Adams, as Lynne Cheney, in a scene from the “Vice.”
(Matt Kennedy/Annapurna Pictures via AP)
The actor said that he initially thought dick Cheney was making a joke at his or her own name, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
“I went on,” Well, at least he has a sense of humor,” Bale said. “And they said,” no, No, there was no humor in it, too.'”
Representatives for Bale, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.
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As for the perceived jab, it may sound harsh, Bale wasn’t exactly pull his punches when it came to the discussion of the Recent, after the Adam McKay-directed film’s release. While accepting the Golden Globe award for his performance, Bale famously called dick Cheney “the charisma and scorned by everyone,” and thanked the lord for giving him the inspiration to play with the man, who he described as a “hole.”
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In the film, dick Cheney, is portrayed as a manipulative shadow of the figure, quietly, that the Bush administration is one of the most turbulent times in American history, with a brutal hand. Bale’s next project will put him alongside Matt Damon for the movie, “the Ford d. Ferrari’s” on two of the automotive industry-the giant’s famous score.