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Actor Christian Bale Just Took A Swing At 'White Dudes' Who Run Everything

Actor Christian Bale Just Took A Swing At 'White Dudes' Who Run Everything
5 months ago

On Monday actor Christian Bale joined his co-stars Rosamund Pike & Wes Studi to promote their new movie "Hostiles." Set in 1892 the historical drama follows Bale as an Army Captain reluctantly escorting a dying Cheyenne war chief back home to Montana. 

The film which tackles the bitter armistice between the captain and the war chief led to some interesting conversations including what Bale thinks of Holloywood and Washington today. 

Bale explained his thoughts about more inclusive culture. 

“Our culture will be so much richer the day that we stop saying ‘Hey it’s all white dudes who are running things. Whether that be Hollywood, whether that be Washington, you know. We’re going to get, in Hollywood, so much better films and so much more interesting stories being told and America will become the America that the rest of the world sees it as, that makes it unique … that we recognize makes this such a beautiful, brilliant country.”

The comment echoed an earlier answer given during an AMA on Reddit back in April. 

"It's a country of inclusion," Bale later said of his adopted home. "It's the reason that I moved here, it's the reason my kids have American accents. 

Bale's comment found a few "hostiles" on Twitter. 

One comment however may have struck at the deeper heart of the issue. 

The full interview can be seen here