For many people, becoming an excellent actor is a dream come true. Once you get to the top of the mountain, you start to play roles that you may not be ready for, but that's what you sign up to do. One of the most demanding roles any star can play is a biopic. You not only have to look at that character, but you have become that character. What did he or she do, eat, or even how did they go? Read on to see how these stars are similar to the real-life people they play on the big screen and what they need to portray them. "Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy, I read all the biographies I could get," she told business insider. "We've recreated a lot of White House tours for this movie, which helps us understand the way she walks, her movements and her facial expressions." This is Portman's opinion on her role as Jackie Kennedy in the movie. The two looked almost the same, and her performance attracted countless praise. At first, Portman felt intimidating as a former first lady, but she managed to deal with it. "We play blues together," Jamie fox told the associated press. "He said," if you can play blues, then you can play the part. " So we played blues. " Playing blues with Ray Charles is just one of the extra steps he has taken to adapt to the role. Fox also watched hours of interviews and concerts. Even if he remembers a few wrong notes, Charles gave him a blessing. Fox revealed that when he finally got things done, Charles jumped up and said, "the child is done! "All work pays off because Fox's performance won an Oscar. Tom Hanks said, "Tom Hanks plays sullenberg. What a hero he is.". "I don't know its true emotional backbone. He's a modest, smiling hero who just finished his job, and that's all I know. " We all know Hanks is a kind-hearted independent artist, so it's easy for him to become a hero. In fact, Hanks says, the hardest part of playing sullenberg is getting rid of his iconic hair. This is not the complaint you hear every day!
Christian Bale as Michael burry