The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly features MovieSnobs favorite Christian Bale on the cover.
The cover story is intended to provide fans with insight into the new Terminator movie, but inevitably strays into tabloid territory. The writer asks Bale about his profanity-laden on set outburst that became the rant heard ’round the world when it was leaked on the internet in February.
Of the rant, Bale says,
I don’t care to go into details because, you know what, I don’t believe in making excuses. It doesn’t matter. It was unacceptable. I went too far. And I learned from it.’
When asked what he learned, he laughs and says, “Count to 10 first.”
You can read the rest of Bale’s thoughts on his rant, and the story of how he signed on to Terminator: Salvation at ew.com or in the issue on newstands now.
I just might have to see all three new Terminator films. Empire Online reports that Christian Bale has officially signed on for three new Terminator films. Bale will be playing John Connor (the part played by Edward Furlong in Terminator 2).
The first film in the new trilogy just started filming and is called Terminator: The Future Begins.