Nida Faraz describes some amazing transformations
Actors visually transformed – Cineworld has become so advanced that it is now capable of portraying virtually everything it wishes to. It very artfully uses the latest techniques to transform characters it wants to bring to the screen and it usually succeeds to such an extent that the characters become iconic. Not only the characters become household names but the actors who portray them also become very famous and their performances are greatly appreciated.
Zoe Saldana went through some amazing make-up sessions and special effects to look like fantastic characters Neytiri in ‘Avatar.’ The technology used in the film consisted of more than three thousand special effects, motion capture methods and stereoscopic vision cameras. On screen the visual effects are recognised as specifically exceptional.
Andy Serkis played the role of Caesar in ‘Planet of the Apes.’ Although Caesar was created through a digital movement technique, Andy Serkis served as the moving example of the character.
The late Peter Mayhew was Chewbacca in ‘Star Wars.’ The actor died in 2019 at the age of 74. Peter Mayhew enchanted fans with the three original films ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’, ‘The Empire Strikes Back,’ and ‘The Return of the Jedi’.
Naomi Harris played the role of Calypso in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean.Naomi Harris fought a complex battle as the character Calypso in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean.’ In appearance as well as mentality, Harris managed to truly become the witch of the movie.
Dan Stevens played the Beast in ‘Beauty and the Beast.’ The scene between the Beast and Bella dancing in a ballroom may be one of the most romantic in film history, but Dan Stevens actually has bad memories of it. His suit weighed approximately 18 kg (40 pounds) and dancing was very difficult. With the help of computer-generated images, the production team managed to recreate the mythical character and some of the most romantic scenes. The Weekender