Nida Faraz describes some amazing transformations
Visually transformed actors – Cineworld has become so advanced that it is now capable of portraying virtually everything the wish to. They very artfully use the latest techniques to transform characters they want to bring to the screen and they usually succeed 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.
Darth Maul was played by Ray Park in ‘Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.’With all the paint, horns, and other things no one could figure out who the person under this malevolent character was. Thanks to the great makeup, even Maul’s facial features look different from the actor’s and it became a legendary transformation.
Bill Nighy was Davy Jones in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean. Davy Jones is one of the antagonists that have most marked the history of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean.’ While his appearance was altered with motion capture technique, there was also a great deal of makeup and, of course, his interpretation by the actor Bill Nighy.
Brian A. Prince played the role of Predator in ‘The Predator.’For the release of ‘The Predator’ in 2018, Brian A. Prince had to take on this fearsome appearance. It is acknowledged to be one of the best characters to have been played on cinema screen.
Robert Englund was Freddy Krueger in ‘Nightmare on Elm Street. The character that tormented an entire generation was amazingly played by Robert Englund in each of the films that created quite a sensation.
John Rhys Davies played the role of Gimli in ‘The Lord of the Rings. This character is rated to be beyond imagination. The charisma of the actor was hidden behind the tremendous beard and armour that Gimli had to wear for his character.
Andy Serkis played the role of Gollum in ‘The Lord of the Rings.’ It seems like this actor has more than one face! The actor and film director have been recognised for making great cinema characters. Among them is Gollum. With the help of the technique of motion capture, he managed to create a whole character that made history in cinema.
Warwick Davis was Griphook in ‘Harry Potter.’ It would be impossible to recognize Warwick Davis’ charisma while seeing his character Griphook, a figure that is said to have taken more than four hours of makeup to create. This is simply an exceptional portrayal. The Weekender