Christian Bale has another project that will be released in theaters this year, and it comes right on the heels of his role in Thor: Love and Thunder, in which he kills gods.
David O. Russell, whose previous films include American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook, is currently promoting his newest film, Amsterdam, for which the first trailer was recently published on Wednesday.
It has an all-star cast, with Margot Robbie, known for her performances in Birds of Prey and Suicide Squad, and John David Washington, known for his role in Tenet, playing the lead roles opposite Christian Bale. The month of November will mark the debut of the film in theaters.
The New Christian Bale Film Amsterdam Features an Ensemble Cast, Including Taylor Swift
In the film Amsterdam, which takes place in the 1930s, Christian Bale, Denzel Washington, and Margot Robbie play three close friends who are tasked with defending Bale when he is implicated in a murder.
They come across a number of peculiar personalities along the road, and before long, they realize that they are in the heart of a major American plot.
The following is a brief list of performers that feature in this movie but are not among the three main characters:
- Robert De Niro
- Timothy Olyphant, the actor
- Zoe Saldana
- Rami Malek
- Michael Shannon
- Theresa Riseborough Andrea
- Mike Myers
- Swift, Taylor
- Christopher Rock
After directing and writing Joy in 2015, David O. Russell has finally returned to the big screen with Amsterdam. This gap could be a direct result of Russell’s well-deserved reputation as an exceedingly challenging person to deal with, especially for actresses.
An infamous video of him hurling profanities at Lily Tomlin on the set of I Heart Huckabees surfaced in 2004, and it is said that his verbal abuse caused Amy Adams to cry during the filming of American Hustle, which prompted Christian Bale to jump into defending her.
Russell has exhibited worrisome behavior in both his professional and personal lives, including allegations made by his transgender niece that he sexually touched her. This dispute was resolved amicably and without going to court.
The video also discloses a few unusual production credentials for Amsterdam, particularly in the field of executive producers, which includes celebrity rappers Drake and Adel “Future” Nur. The two men are both credited as executive producers on the film.