In the 2003 comedy-drama “Tully,” Charlize Theron plays an exhausted mom with young children. She gained 50 pounds to look like the frazzled postpartum wife and mother.
Theron said she wanted to feel like her character would. Packing on the weight did the trick, but it also changed her mood, causing great sadness. At first, it was fun eating In-N-Out and ordering two shakes, but a few weeks later she was in a dark spot. Also, it took a year and a half for the actress to get back to her previous size.
This magnificent actress is back again. With so many appearances on the widescreen, it is shocking that most people who watched "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", didn't even realize, who was playing the role of the old Daisy Fuller.
Cate managed to step into breathtaking scenes with this character, showing how talented she truly is. The makeup artist presented such incredible work, that up until today, viewers are unsure who is playing who and when.
If you were around in the 1990s, you must be familiar with the number one agent of those days, the one and only Dana Scully. Born and raised in Chicago, Anderson has a rich history of playing numerous roles, but the turning point in the career is with no doubt one of her last characters, where many didn't even realize it was her.
Anderson provided the viewers of the 4th season of "The Crown" with the most spectacular Margaret Thatcher and managed to bring back to life the ironwoman she was.
Tilda Swinton is so unrecognizable in “Trainwreck,” you’ll have to browse the credits to confirm that she is Dianna. She’s a ruthless, in-your-face men’s fashion magazine editor and the snarky boss of Amy Schumer (Amy).
Spray-tanned and blonde, as the owner of S’Nuff magazine, Swinton is in a feminine wig with her sculpted cheekbones filled in, rounding out her face. Being Dianna was one of Swinton’s most extreme look transformations. She styled herself around Carine Roitfeld, former editor of Vogue Paris.
Linda Hamilton is a real beauty. Her role in the T.V series "Beauty and the Beast." This updated version of the fairy tale was Linda's springboard, as, after this release, everyone knew who she was.
The transformation Linda went through for her role in "The Terminator" required her to stop eating carbs for almost a year and hook up with Serina Williams trainer. If that's not dedication, then what is?