We all remember when he was arrested just prior to the London premiere of “Dark Knight” for losing his temper with his mother and sister. And it sounds like Christian Bale has made a habit of having hissies.
The “Machinist” actor was audio taped giving crew member Shane Hurlbut the verbal beating of his life on the set of his new movie “Terminator Salvation” when he accidentally stepped into Bale’s line of sight during a scene.
Arriving alongside boyfriend Hugh Dancy, Claire Danes was on-hand for The 61st Annual DGA Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles on Saturday night (January 31).
Looking stunning in a flowing blue dress, the 29-year-old "Stardust" sweetheart was in attendance as one of the evening's presenters, joining the likes of Sean Penn, Amy Adams, Christian Bale and Michelle Monaghan.
It’s no secret that “The Dark Knight” was one of the most amazing movie sensations in recent history. And at last night’s People’s Choice Awards, Christian Bale was in the house to accept plenty of awards for the flick.
The “Machinist” actor donned a swanky black pinstriped suit and tie as he meandered around the Shrine Auditorium, looking almost bittersweet that his co-star Heath Ledger couldn’t be there with him to bask in the glory of the evening.
While a debate rages on as to who should accept a Golden Globe on Heath Ledger's behalf, Michelle Williams was spotted out for her usual routine in Midtown, New York City on Monday morning (December 15).
Trying to cover her face with her coffee cup as she walked along, the "Wendy & Lucy" actress kept bundled up in a snowflake cardigan as she walked back to her NYC home.
As previously reported by the Gossip Girls, back on July 21st Christian Bale was arrested on charges of assaulting his mother and sister in a London hotel. And today (August 14) it is being reported that those charges have been dropped.
According to England’s Crown Prosecution Service, there is to be no further action taken against the “Dark Knight” stud by police due to an insufficient amount of evidence.