Bale's Excessive Naps Made Mangold to Think He was a Narcoleptic!

by VR Sreeraman on September 6, 2007 at 7:27 PM

Actor Christian Bale's excessive daytime naps on the set of new western '3:10 To Yuma,' made director James Mangold fear that his actor was a narcoleptic.

"(Bale) would be in the corner somewhere, with his eyes closed and his head propped on a set piece. Sometimes he'd fall asleep," Contactmusic quoted Mangold, as saying.


"You'd almost think he's narcoleptic. But, in reality, I think it's a way he stays focused," he added.

But Bale eventually cleared the concerns by explaining that it was his method of preparing for the next scene.

Source: ANI
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