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We've all had tough days at the office. But some actors, dedicated to giving it their all, took their work a few steps too far. Though these critically-acclaimed, often award-winning performances are a delight to watch, the experience of preparing for and recovering from these roles did a number on the actors involved, and left a lasting impression — not always for the positive. Here are several actors who went the extra mile for their craft…
Isabelle Adjani - Possession | 0:21
Adrien Brody - The Pianist | 0:50
Colin Firth - The King's Speech | 1:39
Hugh Laurie - House | 2:36
Bob Hoskins - Who Framed Roger Rabbit | 3:33
Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight | 4:12
Charlie Hunnam - American TV & Movies | 4:58
Janet Leigh – Psycho | 6:03
James Cromwell - Babe | 6:33
Christopher McDonald - Happy Gilmore | 7:31
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Farrah Fawcett when she starred in the controversial 1986 drama "Extremities." From what I heard, though the movie helped her escape from being typecast as a "dumb blonde" as she had been when doing "Charlie's Angels," doing that film messed her up psychologically and she unfortunately got typecast again in movies and TV shows she did afterwards, but this time as a "troubled/disturbed woman." I've seen the movie more than once and I can't help but get the feeling that she may have indeed been sexually assaulted at some point in her personal life and she was just reliving that trauma while doing the movie. Sadly, we'll never know for sure since she died of cancer at the age of 60 ten years ago.
Fred MacMurray. theres a story he used to tell about after his role in the apartment, a woman confronted him & slapped him saying she knew him as a wholesome guy & took her granddaughter to this dark film. after that he said he wouldnt do roles like that anymore. following the apartment, he made 8 more films before his death, most of which are disney films.
Tupac should definitely be on this list. He was never the same after his role in "Juice". He, himself, said that that role stuck with him, changed him into who he was. Without Tupac playing a gangster in that movie and then mentally BECOMING one, the life, and death, of Tupac would have been completely different. Think about that shit, my friend.
I dont understand you saying charlie hunnam has an extraordinarly convincing american accent, ive always been able to tell hes british trying to sound american. Lol he slipped up on vowels and certain words on sons ALL the time lol
saying james cromwell was upstaged by a pig is an understatement. babe was the lead played in part by christine cavanaugh. the sequel wasnt as good & the roll was voiced by another actress. but christine was always great
Oh man...how about Lupita N'yongo, Chiwetel Ejiofor, or Michael Fassbender from 12 Years a Slave? Talk about gut punch roles! The girl in the red coat from Schindler's List (Oliwia Dabrowska)! Martin Sheen from Apocalypse Now!
nope. is all bullshit. so many psycho traumas, just to make a list. so sad to try and make the one real lost soul to justify the rest. I lost myself in the role. But, who was there after their death to give their voice to say "I lost myself". No one. They were so into the role. Yet, no one actually heard them say that. We can just say they put themselves into it. Well, so we can say no one said they didn't say that, so if no one didn't hear them say they didn't do that, then we can say they did, cause no one can disprove it. So, carry on, make it as ya fake it ya lying cunts.
When you update your list make sure you make Brie Larson your number pick for her role in Captain Marvel and how it ruined her career of being casted for any role because people refused to pay for any movie she was in after that lol lol lol.
Charlie is a hack...lmfaooo met him last summer filming scenes near my house for Jungleland at Libads Tavern i was an extra in the scenes. He is no big name actor and will go nowhere in movies just a B list TV guy with SOA
I heavily expected Charlie Hunnam’s appearance on the list was gonna be about how hard a time he had letting go of the Jax Teller in himself after 8 years. He said it took him more than an year
"This is the first experience I've had where a character just will NOT die. He was alive and well inside me and has unfinished business...and in an act of desperation I found myself online at 4 am. There are a thousand books to help with character development but not one on how to kill the fucker when you're done."
Very few actors who achieve FAME can handle it look at the lives of Elvis, Michael Jackson, now Jim Carrey its really sad perhaps they don’t stay grounded because nobody tells them “NO”. Even the “Divas” act ridiculous such as Miriah and Madonna look at Cher what has her life accomplished she looks pathetic yet so talented. It’s a shame because like I tell my kids these celebrities are getting paid to entertain us period; celebrities are suppose to take us away for 2 hours of our lives: not to speak of politics especially the celebrities who are so out of touch with reality. Just my opinion of course
One of Charlie Hunnams first rolled was undeclared. It's hilarious and he doesnt look the same AT ALL.
Also Macauley Culkin and Party Monster. He visited Michael Alig in prison and then kind of demised into drug addiction. Obviously he had other issues that contributed but that was the actual trigger was working on that movie playing a hardcore addict.
A Mexican immigrant just finished a 12 hr shift at a meat packing plant getting paid low wages and risking cutting a finger off, and a single mom just came home from a long day waitressing at a truck stop who BARELY can make ends meet, but these actors were “never the same” after getting MILLIONS of dollars for 3 to 6 weeks of work because they “acted really hard.” What a fuckin’ joke. 😅
With todays computer technology. No one should have to suffer physical changes to do a film. Nor, should they ever had to. Nor, made to sexually give all as they do. Corrupt judge allowed such miss treatment of actors and actresses.
You know this world? This sad, doomed little world? It needs you. It needs every last Winchester it can get, and I will not let you die. I wont let any of you die. And I wont let you sacrifice yourselves, you mean too much to me! To everything! Yeah, you made a deal. You made a stupid deal, and I broke it. Youre welcome.
Castiel is an angel. He manifests on Earth inside his vessel, Jimmy Novak. He is the only angel that is shown to have been resurrected after having been killed, and he has been resurrected more than once.
Many angels laid siege to Hell to rescue Dean, but it was Castiel who ultimately pulled Dean out. According to Castiel, he did so "Because God commanded it." His hand print was burned into Deans left shoulder. Castiel is amongst a group of angels who manifest on Earth to stop the breaking of the the 66 Seals which will release Lucifer and start the Apocalypse. Over time he develops an empathy for the Winchesters, in particular Dean. When he learns that Michael actually intends for Lucifer to be released so he can kill him, Castiel tries to warn Dean, but is punished. Ultimately he breaks allegiance with Heaven to side with humanity.
With Lucifer free, and Castiel cut off from Heavens power, he decides to try and find the long absent God. When he learns God is not interested in intervening to stop the Apocalypse, he is devastated. He works to support the efforts of Sam, Dean and Bobby in stopping the battle between Michael and Lucifer.
After Sams sacrifice to defeat Lucifer, Castiel tries to rescue him from Lucifers Cage, but fails to retrieve Sams soul. In an attempt to prevent Raphael from restarting the Apocalypse, Castiel is tempted into an alliance with Crowley. The demon offers to help find Purgatory which can provide them both with great power. His efforts mean Castiel becomes increasingly distanced from the Winchesters as he hides his efforts from them, to the extent of breaking Sams mind in order to hinder their pursuit of him.
After taking in the souls of Purgatory, Castiel kills Raphael. He claims that he is no longer an angel, but the new "God." After smiting many people he considered to be doing evil in Gods name, he blacks out and loses control of his vessel, and his powers, to Leviathans possessing him. Conceding to Dean and Sams wishes, Castiel attempts to return all the souls and entities inside him to Purgatory.
After the souls leave Castiel, he apologizes to Dean, and pledges to find some way of redeeming himself. His plans are cut short when the Leviathans, who managed to hold on, take over his vessel. As the vessel rapidly deteriorates, the Leviathans march it into a reservoir, where it disappears beneath the water, releasing them.
Castiel is later found wandering naked in the woods near the water with no memory of who he is by Daphne Allen, who claims that God led her to him. She takes him home, he takes on the name Emmanuel Allen, and they marry. He discovers he has a gift for healing.
While searching for a way to help Sam, whose psychosis is killing him, Dean hears about Emmanuel from another hunter, and is shocked to discover it is Castiel. Castiel eventually regains his memories, and is horrified at what he did. He tries to heal Sam, but unable to do so, he chooses to take Sams madness into his own mind.