Christian Bale in Thor: Love And Thunder Is a Real Possibility

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With Christian Bale now in advanced negotiations to join Taika Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunder, fans are beginning to speculate on just who the former Dark Knight could play in the November 2021 release.

Though forever etched in comic book fans' mind as Batman, Christian Bale hasn't played any superhero role since his last stint as the titular caped crusader in 2012's "The Dark Knight Rises".

It will be helmed by "Thor: Ragnarok" director Taika Waititi and see Hemsworth portray the Norse god once again. With the character of Thor being completely reinvented in Thor: Ragnarok, the events of Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame left the God of Thunder's fate a little uncertain. The talented Bale joining the rest of the ensemble cast on their fourth Thor movie is a big deal, with lots of possibilities.

Bale now stars in Fox/Disney's racing drama Ford v Ferrari, which has grossed more than $200 million worldwide.

As for Beta Ray Bill, he was initially depicted as a monster sooner than unexpectedly appears to be an unbelievable hero.

Earlier today, Thor's acclaimed comic writer Jason Aaron suggested that Christian Bale might be best suited to play Roxxon Energy Corp CEO Dario Agger, who has the ability to become a legendary Minotaur.

The first Thor film is a 2011 superhero film that is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Even if Bale agreed to take it on, his role might never be revealed until the movie premieres, given MCU's tendencies to let Mjolnir guard most of their contents, so to speak.

Marvel surprised the fans, as it announced that Natalie Portman would be back as Jane Foster in the movie, and she won't be any ordinary woman but The Female Thor.

Another credible guess regarding Bale's role is a more educated one. We tell you what we know.

Who do you think Christian Bale will play in Thor: Love And Thunder? .

Thor: Love and Thunder will arrive in theaters November 5, 2021.

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