in , ,

Christian Bale Sets The (Monkey) Bar High Dressed As a Gorilla For Halloween! 🦍

The Batman star was fully committed and unrecognizable in his fun outfit

Christian Bale Halloween Gorilla Costume
Christian Bale’s amazing costume had a detailed Gorilla head which Bale wore on top of his head © Atlantic Images

Christian Bale has set the bar high for Halloween costumes as he dressed as a Gorilla when he was spotted going trick or treating in Los Angeles! The Dad of two, who famously played Batman in the Christopher Nolan trilogy, was spotted in the hilarious furry outfit walking around their local neighborhood in Santa Monica.

All pictures are copyrighted by © Atlantic Images Strictly No Use / Reposting Without Permission

This isn’t the first time Bale has had to wear a costume though. Hopefully it was less annoying than his Batman costume which he didn’t seem to like according to these comments: “I mean, first of all, let me say whichever superhero first came up with the idea of wearing a cape, he wasn’t really onto anything good. The number of times I’m treading on that damn thing or I throw a punch and it ends up covering my whole head. It’s really not practical.” 

VIDEO: Christian Bale Dressed in Gorilla Costume on Halloween!

The British actor looked almost unrecognizable in the outfit and fashioned a thick beard while wife Sibi Blazic was dressed in a pilot/military costume. Bale wasn’t the only celebrity dressing up for Halloween, check out more videos here:

VIDEO: Celebrity Halloween Costumes! Kate Hudson’s Legendary Party!

Bale wore a backpack to store the candy and blended in with the other Trick-or-Treaters. No one recognized the Oscar winner throughout the evening….except US!

Guess Who? Actor Dressed Up as David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust!

Christian Bale Trivia: Christian Bale’s breakout role was 20 years ago when he starred in Steven Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun at the age of 13.  The movie was partly filmed in Knutsford, England. 

Load More
Something is wrong. Response takes too long or there is JS error. Press Ctrl+Shift+J or Cmd+Shift+J on a Mac.