Released in 2000, American Psycho is in parts hilarious, in parts surreal and in the remaining parts plays out like a horror flick. Based on Bret Easton Ellis' novel of the same name, the Mary Harron directorial has, over the years, become a cult film. And not without reason.
Ford V Ferrari directed by James Mangold, premiered Monday at the Toronto International Film Festival, unveiling a big, swaggering throwback movie, a studio-made crowd-pleaser led by a pair of in-form movie stars in Christian Bale and Matt Damon.
Ford v Ferrari is based on automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) who was tasked by Ford to build the greatest race car the world had ever seen, and that could beat the then reigning champion Ferrari at 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
Christian Bale, popularly known for his serious projects such as The Machinist, American Psycho and The Dark Knight trilogy among many others, has shown interest in working with Adam McKay in a comedy.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle review: The conflict in Andy Serkis' directorial is not Mowgli vs Shere Khan but Mowgli the human vs Mowgli the wolf. This adaptation is not meant for kids but is an introspective piece on finding one's identity.
Christian Bale's upcoming fuilm, Backseat, has him playing the role of former VP of USA, Dick Cheney. Bale has transformed massively for his role. In the past, Bale has significantly lost and gained weight as per the requirement of his character and this just goes out to show that Christian is completely dedicated towards his craft.
The team of Netflix's Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, including Christian Bale, Andy Serkis, Rohan Chand, Jackie Shroff and Frieda Pinto, spoke about the adaptation and discussed the relevance of the film in today's time.