These Actors Went On Extreme Diets For Movie Roles

Celebrities who went to extreme lengths for a role.

Being a famous Hollywood actor might seem glamorous, but it isn’t always easy. Some roles require actors to undergo extreme weight loss. Although Jake Gyllenhaal struggled physically as a result of his diet for the movie Nightcrawler, he admits the mental effects were the most difficult to deal with. You’re used to seeing Tom Holland and Chris Hemsworth bulked up, but they both had to slim down in order to portray people lost at sea. Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman earned critical acclaim for the movie Black Swan, but one of them claims she’s been forever changed by the experience. Sam Claflin and Shailene Woodley worked together on the movie Adrift, and were both forced to undergo a serious amount of weight loss. Is Hollywood asking for too much from its stars, or does this just come with the territory? Tell us what you think in the comment section and then click subscribe for more videos from TheTalko.

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10 Replies to “These Actors Went On Extreme Diets For Movie Roles”

  1. ballsoutballistic

    It's sad when these actors do these body transformations and even place their bodies and health in harm's way do these movies that no. one. sees. or even hears of. Ugh. So sad.

  2. Francesca Woods

    Pretty sure Tom Holland also had to pack on weight at the start of filming, as because of his age at the time he wasnt allowed to lose more weight than when he started filming

  3. Juicy Lucy

    And two egg yolks ?!
    Hmmm never heard of that on a diet, don’t most people have the whites ? Was this a mistake or do people on diets eat egg yolks in a diet ?

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