Wednesday, February 4, 2009
CHRISTIAN BALE LOSES PLOT: THE REMIX! EXPLETIVE HEAVY SO BE WARNED...
DID YA HEAR THE STORY ABOUT CHRISTIAN BALE LOSING THE PLOT ON THE SET OF TERMINATOR:SALVATION? READ ON TO LEARN MORE AND WATCH ABOVE TO SEE HOW THE WHOLE INCIDENT HAS BEEN HILARIOUSLY TURNED INTO A ROCKING DANCE TUNE, ALTHOUGH ONLY ONE FOR THOSE WHOSE EARS ARE NOT SENSITIVE TO EXPLETIVES BE WARNED!
HERE IS HOW TMZ.COM BROKE THE STORY LAST JULY
Christian Bale was one giant raw nerve days before he allegedly pushed his mother.
TMZ spies tell us Bale was on the set last Friday shooting "Terminator 4" at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico.
During a scene, Shane Hurlbut (seriously), director of cinematography, screwed up a shot -- at least in Christian's mind. We're told Bale went wild, screaming "I will kick your ass" along with some other choice remarks. Several hundred people -- including Military Police -- heard the outburst, which was described as "intense."
We're told Bale was "extremely tired and having a bad day."
AND HERE IS WHAT THEY SAID WHEN POSTING THE AUDIO ON THE SITE IN THE LAST FEW DAYS...
You may remember that Christian Bale went nuts on the set of "Terminator Salvation" a few months back, threatening to stop production and beat some serious ass.
The incident was audiotaped, and it's amazing. It happened on the set after a director of photography accidentally ruined a scene by walking onto the set. Bale lost it, screaming, yelling and threatening to quit if the bosses didn't fire the dude.
Film execs sent the tape to the insurance company that insured the film in case Bale bailed.
TODAY ON TMZ THEY ARE SAYING...
It turns out Christian Bale's expletive-filled, volcanic explosion on the set of "Terminator Salvation" was a "non-event"... according to a guy who wasn't the brunt of Bale's tirade.
Bruce Franklin -- assistant director and associate producer on the film -- told us "Christian is a method actor and was completely immersed in his scene ... his reaction was from the heat of the moment."
The target of Bale's attack -- a director of photography named Shane Hurlbut -- was not fired from the movie, despite Christian's threat that if Shane screwed up one more time, he should be kicked to the curb.
Franklin said Bale was under a lot of pressure because of his crazy "Dark Knight" promotion schedule, and that the crew -- Hurlbut included -- ended up shooting for another seven hours.