See Christian Bale as Dick Cheney in new trailer for "Vice"

Christian Bale Is Unrecognizable As Dick Cheney In Upcoming Comedic Biopic!

First trailer released showing Christian Bale's transformation into Dick Cheney

For his latest role in "Vice", Bale gained 40 pounds, shaved his head and bleached his eyebrows to play former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Director Adam McKay's upcoming film Vice will follow Dick Cheney's rise to notoriety as he becomes America's most formidable vice president.

Vice also stars Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney, Bill Pullman as Nelson Rockefeller, and Tyler Perry as Colin Powell. Apparently Adam McKay, who wrote and directed "Vice".

Starring opposite him is Sam Rockwell as President George W. Bush.

To see his portrayal, check out the trailer.

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Vice centers around how Cheney manipulated the mostly neutered Vice President position to make decisions that drastically impacted the world.

Once again, Christian Bale has transformed his body for the big screen.

Here is what you need to know about the film.

Alison Pill (The Newsroom, Midnight in Paris) will play the adult Mary Cheney, whose coming out as a lesbian led to Dick Cheney evolving his viewpoint on gay rights.

"I'm a CEO of a large company, and I have been secretary of defense, and I have been White House chief of staff". Now, the story of Cheney is coming to theaters. The former Halliburton chairman/CEO - who also served in the Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and George H.W. Bush administrations - was a hawkish proponent of the War on Terror and the Iraq War, and eventually left office with a 13% approval rating. However, if we came to a ... uh ... different understanding, I can handle the more mundane jobs: "overseeing bureaucracy, energy, military and foreign policy".

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