Watch Christian Bale's Make-Up Test for 'Thor: Love and Thunder'

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Marvel's 'Thor: Love and Thunder' FX Team Demonstrates Christian Bale's Terrifying Makeup Test.

They are making Gorr the God Butcher into a motion picture.

Christian Bale's addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been requested for years, and his role as Gorr the God Butcher in Thor: Love and Thunder certainly did not disappoint. You'll now be able to see how They achieved his distinctive appearance thanks to the movie's makeup effects team.

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Taking to Instagram, Odd Studio revealed a sequence of photographs from Bale's test for the character, showing Thor's primary adversary Gorr's terrifying features, including his frightening eyes, decaying teeth, and problematic veins and wounds on his body. Allied FX worked with FX to develop what they now call Gorr Greige Super Ink for Bale's skin tone and Mouth FX to create the dark bile that spills out of the villain's mouth when he speaks, according to the blog.

Thor: Love and Thunder are now in theaters.

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