Actors love the opportunity to transform. There’s no better way to become somebody else than by looking nothing like the person you were when you arrived on set. This year might not have been one packed with mega-budget blockbusters and huge releases due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, but the world of movies has stepped up to the plate to provide plenty of excellent stuff for cinephiles to chew on.So, from blockbusters to Oscar-nominated dramas, here are the most dramatic and impressive transformations pulled off by actors in movies released in the UK in 2020.Read more: The most impressive transformations of 2019
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Stephen Herek brought the Wyld Stallyns to the big screen in 1989, but turned down the job of helming the 1991 sequel.
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Hot on the heels of a glorious first poster, Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Bill & Ted Face The Music
Reeves and Winter appeared as part of the remote graduation ceremony for students at San Dimas High School.
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