It's not a secret that today the Hollywood cinema thoroughly subsided on the topic of superheroes.
This means that the directors need actors of certain types: strong, courageous, with bewitching muscles ... But there are only few adequate actors!
How good that there are people in the world who are able to easily lose and gain weight and generally change their own physical form.
In this compilation, we gathered the actors who decided on a radical reincarnation for the proposed roles.
The sports guy from Sydney, pleased with his own appearance, quickly descended to the ground when the assistant director told him: "You should get a little more pumped up."
angered himself, scored for several months about 10 kg of muscles, and then
became an athlete weighing 100 kg.
The actor shared: "I was never a fan of comics and I did not know these characters. But how wrong I was! I love my work, but, I confess, there are times when I get tired of this whole regime.
For example, waking up at four in the morning for the first training session, I'm not too happy and complain to my wife. And she told me: "Hugh, I know that you love your profession. So stop whining, get up and go."
It was a real surprise for a boy when he was called by Zack
Snyder on behalf of DC Comics and, impressed by his appearance and playing in
the "War of the Gods", offered him the role of Superman.
"During the preparatory period, I actively trained for five months, and then in the process of filming every morning started with an hour of exercise.
Imagine what a great start to a 15-hour day. And it had continued for six months. But I understood very well that these physical tortures are important for the role," Cavill recalled.
However, the creators of
the tape noticed: "We looked for an actor for Batman’s role who would
enjoy stability in his acting and be popular. Ben Affleck is what we need! He
has extraordinary talent and meets all the requirements. "
The man said about this: "I confess, at first, when I was only offered to play Batman, I doubted it very much. Guys, I'm not 25 years old," I told the producers.
"Are you sure that I'm the guy you need?" But the producers had such a good conversation with me, with all the pros and cons that the doubts evaporated.
And the comments of the fans
in the style: "No-o-o-o, take him away! He cannot be Batman! "- do
not bother me. On the contrary, it's great that people are so sensitive to the
fate of their favorites."
After the release of the movie "Batman vs. Superman: At the dawn of justice" many people changed their minds after all Affleck became almost the most "powerful" Batman ever.
exhausting and cruel. I worked hard like cursed every day. We took with the
coach two groups of muscles - back and chest, biceps and triceps - and
literally destroyed them within two hours. And then I recovered, working on the
"The most difficult thing was that I had to eat all the time. At first it seems that this is a pleasant aspect of preparation, but then you begin to feel sick of eating. But you have to eat protein in the body," Chris said.
Apparently, the role of
savages and barbarians gradually disappear into the past. We hope that the
2-meter man will finally be able to prove himself to the maximum in the film
"Then, in 2010, it was an amazing feeling. I was just an unemployed actor, and suddenly I had a job for several years to come!", Hemsworth said.
For a couple of months
he scored 10 kg of muscles and began to weigh about 100 kg with a height of 191
At first, this news shocked the fans - is it that the puny actor, who loses his weight to 48 kg for the film "Pianist", could be adequate for the role of a fighter with alien creatures like Arnold was?
However, the man surprised everyone, he gained 10 kg of muscle mass and looked
on the screen very harmoniously.
"Soldiers from special forces never look like jocks. They are sinewy and taut. I practiced a lot for the role, but I did not have the goal to pump up muscles like Arnold.
We have a different level of realism. I wanted to become strong
and dexterous to feel like a soldier and to feel that I am strong enough to
stand up for myself in a difficult situation", the actor summed up.