Christian Bale recently experienced a rare power failure with the box office failure of his film "Exodus: Gods and Kings" and this has some fans wondering if the talented actor will be able to return to his box office winning way as the founder and designer of the prestigious Ferrari vehicle.
Part of the reason for the interest as to whether he will be able to rebound from the poor reception of "Exodus: Gods and Kings" is his appearance as he was photographed wearing a heavy beard and long hair while out for dinner with his family (Daily Mail - August 30).
His bushy beard and unkempt look is in complete contrast to what will be expected of him when he begins filming his role as the legendary Ferrari founder and designer who made the vehicle one of the most desired luxury automobiles in the world. The renowned car designer was known for dressing very well, looking very sophisticated and having a 'taste' for the finer things in life, a look that was not displayed by the actor in any form when he was seen in public
The fashion displayed by the Batman star has some fans suspecting he did not audition for the role and thus they are wondering if he is just enjoying his long hair and bearded look prior to filming since the role will result in him having to completely transform into this new character as Enzo Ferrari.
Christian Bale is known for his intense portrayals of characters as he employs the 'method' acting technique of going to great lengths to portray his characters which has some entertainment fans, particularly women, wondering when he will start the process of trying to become the legendary Ferrari designer and eagerly anticipating the change.
No one knows if the box office failure of "Exodus: Gods and Kings" will motivate Christian Bale for his role as Enzo Ferrari in the biopic about the designer but if there is one actor whom fans are usually able to depend on for sensational acting performances it is him.
Christian Bale, an actor who has some movie fans predicting an exceptional acting performance in his filming of the biopic on Enzo Ferrari in part because of the lack of success both critically and at the box office of "Exodus: Gods and Kings".