Many actors had to live, eat and recreate some scenes from the films in their real life to better understand the main character and put themselves in their shoes.
Such is the case of Leonardo DiCaprio, who in order to make the character of Hugh Glass had to eat a huge, raw piece of bison liver; and despite being a vegetarian, he did it without thinking twice; or Nicole Kidman, who lost her beauty by impersonating Virginia Woolf.
There were cases in which the character was like a glove, like Meryl Streep, who enjoyed every minute recreating the life of the majestic Miranda Priestly. Look at this listing.
11 Ronnie Kray and Reggie Kray; Legend (2015)
This film based on the 50s and 60s, tells the story of two twins who take crime as a trade, it seems that two people are the protagonists of this film, but Tom Hardy managed to give life to the two characters.
10 Gertrude Bell; The queen of the desert (2015)
Starring Nicole Kidman who plays this historical jewel, an adventurous woman, writer, explorer and anthropology studies, she tells the great experience that was interpreting Gertrude, she loved to learn the Persian language and be mounted all day in a camel.
9 Chris Gardner; In search of happiness (2006)
We all know this movie and we have even cried with it, but for Will Smith it was one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences he has had in life, because in this film he recreates the life of the millionaire and had the opportunity to work with his son Jaden , who made his debut in this blockbuster hit.
8 Virginia Woolf; The hours (2003)
This dramatic film narrates the lives of three women in different periods or times, whose lives are connected by the book Mrs. Dalloway written by Virginia Woolf starring the beautiful Nicole Kidman who had to sacrifice that beauty to play this role.
7 Phillippe and Driss; Untouchable Friends (2012)
This French film inspired by the life of the writer Philippe Pozzo di Borg or who in 1993 remained quadriplegic relationship and tells the life he had with his assistant Yasmin Abdel Sellou home , played by François Cluzet and Omar Sy , respectively; This film became a success in France and the world for its great sense of compassion and culture.
6 Elizabeth Gilbert; Eat, pray, love (2010)
Estelarizada by Julia Roberts narrates the life of Elizabeth Gilbert who had everything that every woman could want: a husband, a beautiful house and a successful professional career, but she felt that something was missing, so one day she decides to leave everything and start an adventure in look for that something more.
5 Brad Cohen; Leading the class (2008)
Starring Jimmy Wolk , this film is based on the book by Brad Cohen , where he tells the real story of this person, a young man with Tourette Syndrome who wants to be a teacher.
4 Vito Corleone; The Godfather (1972)
Film of 1972, based on the novel by Mario Puzo and adapted by Coppola, is starring Al Pacino and Marlon Brando , where he narrates the beginning of the Italian mafia in the United States.
3 Chris Kyle; Sniper (2014)
Based on the novel “American Sniper”, written by the main character of this story Chris Kyle , who is considered the sniper with the highest record of Iraqi deaths; starring Bradley Cooper , the film narrates some of the missions in which I participate and experience frightening moments.
2 Erin Brockovich; Erin Brockovich (2000)
Julia Roberts is a great actress and in this film proves once again because she is still the Pretty Woman of Hollywood; the story tells the life of Erin, a divorced woman who after suffering a spectacular vehicular accident, decides to change her life.
1 Jordan Belfort; The Wolf of Wall Street (2014)
The story tells the life of Belfort, a stockbroker in New York, who corrupted by ambition and fortune gets involved in a securities fraud on Wall Street, starring Leo Dicaprio, projects the reality of that time and the mafia involved in this.
EXTRA Hugh Glass; The Reborn (2016)
Another one of Leo; not only we had with Jack, Gatsby and Belfort, this story very interesting and with great cultural content, puts us in the life of Hugh Glass, trapper and explorer of the nineteenth century who was an unusual and very brave man.