Academy Award winning actor Kristen Bell Hollywood has worked best when it comes to behind-the-camera writers. That usually goes hand-in-hand with working with fellow Oscar-winning actors. While his latest star vehicle Amsterdam was a critical and commercial flop, leading him to work with award-winning director David O. Seen teaming up with Russell again, and we hope the two collaborate again soon.
Speaking of which – we took a closer look at the bell Oscar– Nominated filmography and narrowed that list down to the best projects. As we count down the days until Bale’s next film Pale blue eyes A hit with the masses, let us all celebrate his glorious achievements in front of the big screen. Read our ranked movies list below.
7/7 New World (2005)
Oscar-nominated for its stunning cinematography, compliments of the legendary Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki, new world One of Terrence Malick’s best efforts, especially when compared to his 21st century body of work. The award-winning director’s take on that true-story Disney classic (Pocahontas) and makes the colonial narrative his own in a truly “Malikian” way. The story follows Captain John Smith (Colin Farrell) as his ship arrives in 1607 to find the English colony of Jamestown in Virginia. Bale plays famous settler John Rolfe, who makes a dramatic entrance in the film’s second act when he also falls in love with Pocahontas. The late arrival of his character in the film is definitely worth the wait.
6/7 American Hustle (2013)
Nominated for 10 Oscars, including four in all acting categories (via THR ), American Hustle It is pure David O Russell cinema. A fantasy film set in the alluring world of one of the most surprising scandals, Overstuffed tells the story of brilliant con man Irving Rosenfeld (Christian Bale), who along with his seductive “British” partner Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams). Wild is forced to work for FBI agent Richie DiMaso (Bradley Cooper). DiMaso thrusts them into the world of Jersey power brokers and the mafia – and that means a killer cameo in the third act. Bale put on a ton of weight for the project, which impressively followed his turn in Russell’s previous film. a fighter Which required Bale to lose an absurd amount of weight. What a boy!
5/7 Prestige (2006)
Oscar-nominated for its cinematography and art direction, reputation One of Christopher Nolan’s best films, even if it’s often overshadowed by bigger titles like his. Batman Trilogy and Installation. In 19th century London, Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman), his beloved wife Julia (Piper Perabo) and Alfred Borden (Bell) are friends and assistants of a magician. When Julia accidentally dies during a performance, Robert blames Alfred for her death, and they become enemies. Both become famous and rival magicians, sabotaging the other’s performances on stage. The plot is full of clever twists and turns — and Bale in the “double” role will make your head spin.
4/7 Vice (2018)
Nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Actor for Bale, Sub She also won in the category of makeup and hairstyle. We all know the real-life situation that played out here: George W. Bush chose Dick Cheney, CEO of Halliburton Company, who was the Republican nominee in the 2000 presidential election. No stranger to politics, Cheney’s impressive resume includes stints as White House Chief of Staff, House Minority Whip, and Secretary of Defense. When Bush wins by a narrow margin, Cheney begins to use his newfound power to help reshape the country and the world—with deadly consequences.
3/7 The Fighter (2010)
Nominated for seven Academy Awards, including a win for Bale in the Best Supporting Actor category, a fighter One of his best performances. The drama is about boxer “Irish” Mickey Ward’s road to the world light welterweight title. His Rocky-like rise was shepherded by half-brother Dickie, a boxer-turned-trainer with a history of crime and drug addiction under his belt. Mark Wahlberg is the true hero as the Irishman, but Bale’s journey in Dickie’s shoes is the character arc we’re really invested in here. Bale’s Oscar win was a shoo-in, to say the least.
2/7 The Big Short (2015)
Nominated for five Oscars, including one for Bale in the Best Supporting Actor category, big short Follows three separate but parallel stories of the US mortgage housing crisis of 2005. Bale plays Michael Burry, an eccentric ex-physician turned hedge fund manager who believes the US housing market is in a bubble that will soon burst. He proceeds to bet against the housing market with the banks, who are more than happy to accept his offer for something unprecedented in American history.
1/7 The Dark Knight (2008)
Nominated for eight Oscars, winning two of them, The Dark Knight Maybe even get a best picture nod. oh good The hilarious story is set a year after the event Batman begins (2005). Batman (Bale), Lt. James Gordon (Gary Oldman) and new District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) successfully begin apprehending the criminals plaguing Gotham City—that is, until the criminal mastermind known as the Joker (Heath Ledger) turns up. appears, creating a new wave of chaos. Batman’s struggle against the Joker becomes deeply personal. Bale’s scenes with Ledger are the ultimate hero vs. villain moments we’ve been waiting for in superhero films. This movie will be discussed for generations.