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
Campaigners said the film was another example of films linking disability or physical impairments to evil characters.
Zoe Kravitz should ignore any tips that she gets about portraying Catwoman, according to Anne Hathaway.
The Roald Dahl movie is heading straight to HBO Max in the USA, with its UK fate unknown.
London's most recognisable department store is due to host a gripping pandemic-set thriller.
Christopher Nolan's reps have denied that he bans chairs from his movie sets, after Anne Hathaway let slip the director requires his cast and crew to be working at all times.
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The director doesn't care to sit, but cast and crew members can do so "wherever and whenever they need," his rep says.
A gold logo, set against a dark blue backdrop, spells out the film’s title – which looks to be Roald Dahl’s The Witches.
"For everyone going through infertility and conception hell, please know it was not a straight line to either of my pregnancies."
Police have confirmed the incident, which took place around lunch time yesterday as Anne Hathaway filmed the new remake of The Witches at the facility.
Actresses Anne Hathaway and Gal Gadot joined in with online praise for Brie Larson and her Marvel debut.
"All I’m saying is we need them, they need us, we need you, we need each other."
She said she'd read about the "really cool" way the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge speak to their children
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