Power of Movie Make up’s – Brought a new Life into the Characters

One of the greatest things about acting–you have the opportunity to stand in somebody else’s shoes, whether it’s someone with mental health problems or someone who lives and works in a small town. Each character faces a dilemma in her life, and as an actor you’re able to step into that character’s skin, look through her eyes. You leave transformed, a different person, because once you live a little bit of someone’s life, it changes you.

Presenting the movie stars who took few extra steps to get into the skin of the characters they were portraying and did a loyal justice to the role.

Davy Jones (Character)
from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)11

Davy Jones, the notorious captain of the Flying Dutchman

Benjamin Button (Character) from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)2

Tells the story of Benjamin Button, a man who starts aging backwards with bizarre consequences.

Clown (Character) from Spawn (1997)8

The Violator is the demonic form of the Clown and Spawn’s intended mentor on Earth and one of the famous Phlebiac Brothers.

Diva Plavalaguna (Character) from The Fifth Element (1997)3

Diva Plavalaguna is a famous and revered operatic performer in the film’s universe. She is the trusted contact of the Mondoshawans, who entrusted the elemental stones to her for safekeeping before their demise at the hands of Mangalore mercenaries.

Lord Voldermort (Character) from The Harry Potter Films4

Formerly known as Tom Marvolo Riddle and commonly referred to as He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. The most powerful Dark wizard of all time.

Ari (Character) from Planet of the Apes (2001)16

Daughter of Senator Sandar, she is a human rights activist

Thade (Character) from Planet of the Apes (2001)13

General Thade is the son of the ailing Dr. Zaius. He is an able commander…

Chewbacca (Character) from Star Wars (1977)12

An immense, fur covered warrior of great strength and loyalty.

The Joker (Character) from The Dark Knight (2008)1

Appearing to be the most evil, deranged, and flat out psychotic killer of all comic book villains.

Grinch (Character) from How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)7

The Grinch is the titular protagonist and former antihero of How the Grinch Stole Christmas!.

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