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Christian Bale Premieres 'Hostiles' with Wife Sibi by His Side!

Christian Bale walks the red carpet at the premiere of his movie Hostiles on Thursday (December 14) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 43-year-old actor was joined at the event by his wife Sibi, as well as co-stars Jesse Plemons, Q’orianka Kilcher, Wes Studi, and Rory Cochrane, and director Scott Cooper.

Christian got a major makeover recently to pay the role of former Vice President Dick Cheney in an upcoming biopic. He gained a lot of weight and even shaved his head for the role!

Hostiles will hit theaters in limited release on December 22.

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Zoe Saldana Checks Out 'Hostiles' Premiere at AFI Fest

Zoe Saldana suits up on the red carpet at the premiere of Hostiles at the 2017 AFI Fest presented by Audi on Tuesday (November 14) at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

The 39-year-old actress stepped out to support director Scott Cooper, who she worked with on the film Out of the Furnace.

Hostiles stars Ben Foster, Timothee Chalamet (who is also in Oscar-worthy films Call Me By Your Name and Lady Bird), Rory Cochrane, and Q’orianka Kilcher also were in attendance at the event.

The movie hits theaters on December 22.

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Q'orianka Kilcher Arrested at White House

Actress Q’orianka Kilcher, who played Pocahontas in 2005′s The New World, was arrested Tuesday (June 1) during a political protest in Washington, D.C.

According to the Boston Globe, the 20-year-old latched herself to a fence at the White House while her mother Saskia poured a thick black substance over her.

The mother-daughter duo were protesting a visit by Peru’s president, Alan Garcia. (Q’orianka‘s father is a Peruvian Indian). According to The Globe, Q’orianka “was in Lima last week in support of Peruvian indigenous leader Alberto Pizango, who has been accused of fueling protests against foreign investment in which more than 30 people died.”

You can watch a video of the arrest at NBCWashington.com!