Christian Bale thanks & # 39; Satan & # 39; for inspiration while playing Dick Cheney while accepting his Golden Globe – while Twitter suddenly remembers that he really won the British Christian Bale the Golden Globe for his role as Dick Cheney in the film Vice In his speech he thanked Satan & # 39; for giving me inspiration for playing this role The film shows former vice president Cheney as the relentless mastermind behind the presidency of George W. Bush, largely criticized by conservatives. The Church of Satan tweeted Bale & # 39; s praise and wrote & # 39; Hail Christian! & # 39; Greetings Satan! "Meanwhile, social media was shocked by Bale's British accent during his speech because he is known for playing iconic roles with an American accent.
Kayla Brantley for Dailymail.com
23:46 EST, January 6, 2019
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Christian Bale thanked an unexpected entity when he accepted the Golden Globe for his role as Dick Cheney in the film Vice. "Thanks to Satan for giving inspiration for playing this role," he said about his Dick Cheney character in an apparent fumbling against the former vice president. The political satire shows an unrecognizable Bale as Cheney, who depicts the former second commander as the relentless mastermind behind the presidency of George W. Bush, who has received great criticism from conservatives. And it was not just what Bale said in his speech that set social media on fire – but how he said it, with viewers gushing over his strong British accent.
Christian Bale won the Golden Globe for his role as Dick Cheney in the film Vice and thanked Satan for providing inspiration for playing this role & # 39;
The film shows former Vice President Cheney (right) as the relentless mastermind behind the presidency of George W Bush, largely criticized by conservatives (Bale as Cheney, pictured on the left)
The Church of Satan tweeted Bale's praise for his commentary and wrote "Hail Christian!" Greetings Satan! "Bale's satanic comment got a lot of fun from Hollywood's elite Sunday night, when he continued to joke with politics and said:" What do you think, [playing] Mitch McConnell then? & # 39; The rule got the appreciation of the Church of Satan, who wrote on Twitter: & # 39; For us, Satan is a symbol of pride, freedom and individualism and serves as an external metaphorical projection of our highest personal potential. Because the talent and skills of Mr. Bale gave him the price, this is appropriate. Hail Greetings! Greetings Satan! & Bale performed the comedy during his speech, posing himself as a loose-seated sea lake that could not be trusted on stage with a microphone. He thanked his two children and his wife, and revealed that during his speech before the show, she said: "less is more." & # 39; She knows the stupid mess that can sometimes come out of my mouth. I can spoil and ruin a perfectly good film and so-so-his career in one speech. So thanks for that advice, my dear, "he said. (Vice-director Adam McKay) said: "I have to find someone who can be absolutely charisma-free and taunted by everyone and so it must be Bale." & # 39; He said.
Comedian Lane Moore compared Bales' accent with a & # 39; cartoon chimney sweeper & # 39;
Meanwhile, social media was shocked by Bale's Welsh accent during his speech because he played iconic roles with an American accent
Another felt that the accent of Bale was forced and thought he & # 39; pretended he was British & # 39;
The comedian Abbi Crutchfield joked that Bale forgot his dialect coach to & # 39; fallen & # 39;
The comedian Randy Rainbow joked that Christian Bale & # 39; was putting a crazy accent on & # 39 ;. Bale not only shocked the audience with his unconventional speech, but also sent Twitter into a frenzy because many thought he was not really American. Although he has made a career of iconic roles with an American accent, such as Batman, Bale is in fact Welsh-born. Author Anna T Donahue was clearly shocked, tweeting: "RT IF YOU TAKE CHRISTIAN BALE HAD A BRITISH ACCENT" .Comedian Abbi Crutchfield wrote: & # 39; Christian Bale forgot to breed his dialect coach & # 39 ;. Some felt that his accent was a bit over-the-top and did not really think so. I know that Christian Bale * is actually * British, but it still feels like he's pretending to be British & # 39 ;, writer and comedian Mike Drucker wrote.
Bale continued to make jokes with politics and said: "What do you think, Mitch McConnell then? & # 39;
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