In the upcoming Thor picture, a BRITISH actor who is known for playing a DC Comics character has been observed appearing unrecognisable.
The actor joined the Marvel universe to play the terrifying villain in Thor: Love and Thunder, which will be released in theatres this summer.
Gorr the God Butcher, who will be played by a familiar face, will be the latest villain in the film franchise.
The horrifying new character, played by Christian Bale, looks bloody and damaged in the first clip.
In the upcoming film, the actor, who is best known for playing superhero Batman in several DC films, will face Thor (Chris Hemsworth).
Christian, 48, is shown in teaser clips using a complete face of heavy make-up to remove his hair and distort his facial shape.
a terrifying character In the two-minute clip, Gorr the God Buctcher emerges from a gloomy thicket, revealing the forthcoming event.
Gorr appears to destroy the entire planet while battling other heroes, including Valkyrie (played by Tessa Thompson).
As they fight to preserve the planet, he informs Thor and Valkyrie, “You are not like the other gods I’ve killed.”
Since the release of the last Thor film, Ragnarok, in 2017, fans have been excitedly anticipating the release of the upcoming feature.
Thor: Love and Thunder, starring Natalie Portman, Karen Gillan, and Chris Pratt, will be released in theatres on July 8.
It comes after Christian Bale’s followers were left perplexed after learning he was British in a 2019 interview.
When he plays Bruce Wayne’s crime-fighting alter ego, the actor frequently talks with an American twang on the big screen.
When Bale sat down for a BBC Breakfast interview on his film Le Mans ’66, film fans were taken aback.
During the interview, the actor said that he was born in Wales and spoke with an exaggerated Cockney accent.
Bale spent some of his adolescence in Bournemouth, on the south coast, and even briefly lived in Portugal.
As Bale spoke away, channelling his inner Dick Van Dyke, dozens of fans rushed to Twitter to express their amazement and disbelief.
One user commented, “I can’t believe Christian Bale is actually British.” “It’s incredible.”
Another person said, “Head’s gone here.” “As if Christian Bale’s f**king accent is real.”