Christian Bale has slammed his character Moses as “barbaric” ahead of the upcoming move Exodus: God and Kings.
“I think the man was likely schizophrenic and was one of the most barbaric individuals that I ever read about in my life,” Bale told reporters.
“He’s a very troubled and tumultuous man who fought greatly against God, against his calling.”
Bale has been critical of the Hebrew character before, describing him as a “mercurial”, though he has admitted that his own Bible knowledge is lacking.
And as with all biblical epics that make it to the big screen, there has been much discussion over how accurate to the original text the final cut will be.
Director Ridley Scott said Moses’ story is “one of the greatest adventures and spiritual experiences that could ever have been,” but critics have expressed concern that attempts to adapt the movie to fit Hollywood’s standards will mean key details are lost.
Attracting particular interest has been the revelation that in the film, it is not God who parts the Red Sea, but an earthquake… Read More
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