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Photo: Gary Gershoff/WireImage While promoting his brand-new movieHostiles, Christian Bale came by < a href= "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3b7A5JLO7I"> AOL Construct with his co-stars Rosamund Pike and Wes Studi to talk about the movie and the battle mid-budget motion pictures deal with at the theater. The discussion got onto the subject of the need for better representation in our society and Bale made some intriguing points. Recently, some actors have centered the conversation about sexual harassment in Hollywood on how it impacts other males, but Bale came through with a more inclusive viewpoint about how altering the face of power will benefit everyone.

” Our culture will be so much richer the day that we stop stating, ‘Hey, it’s all white men who are running things,'” Bale said. “Whether that be Hollywood, whether that be Washington, you understand. We’re getting, in Hollywood, so much better films therefore far more interesting stories being informed and America will end up being the America that the remainder of the world sees it as, that makes it unique.” Bale, an Brit and America stan, then said some very good features of this being “such a beautiful, fantastic country,” and a place he feels has so much potential to influence that, “It’s the factor I moved here. It’s the reason my kids have American accents.” There’s a bit of uplift for your day, and a thanks to Bale for avoiding the “Not all guys” path.

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