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15 fotos que te muestran qué hacen nuestros actores favoritos cuando las cámaras no los graban

Cuando vemos a los protagonistas de las películas actuar con maestría frente a las cámaras, logramos adentrarnos en su mundo y nos permiten identificarnos con lo que viven, entendemos su manera personal de interpretar el guión y vibramos cuando les van ocurriendo diversos sucesos en el film. Por eso mismo, quizás nos olvidamos de que son seres humanos como todos nosotros y que tienen que atender necesidades propias de nuestra especie y sociedad.

Así que, fuera del mundo fantástico que nos entregan en sus películas, quisimos mostrarles una serie de imágenes que muestran lo que pasa en el backstage y que nos demostrarán que los personaje de ficción y los de la vida real son muy, pero muy distintos.

1. Se nota que el casting para ser la doble de Uma Thurman en “Kill Bill” fue un acierto:


2. Aunque no se note, las gemelas de “El Resplandor” son dos de los personajes más temerarios de la historia del cine:

Via @cinemonkeys On the set of "The Shining" (1980).

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3. Los chicos de “X-Men” decidieron tomarse un descanso de sus superpoderes:

The cast of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" (2014)!

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4. El “Gran Hotel de Budapest” parece haberse encogido un poco:

On the set of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (2014).

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5. Aparte de ser un gran director, Quentin Tarantino sabe bailar bien. Así lo demostró en “Tiempos Violentos”:


6.- La clásica escena de “Matrix” es más bien un excelente acto circense:

Keanu Reeves and Hugo Weaving on the set of "The Matrix" (1999).

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7. A Gandalf le dieron ganas de revisar Upsocl:


8. Los efectos en “Harry Potter” son bastante más rústicos de lo que te imaginas. Así vuelan los libros:

CGI was the magic!

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9. “Eso” se notaba preocupado, y salió del estudio por un cigarrillo:

Tim Curry on the set of "It" (1990).

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10. En la futurista “2001: Odisea en el Espacio”, los monos se informan de la actualidad:

Via @stanleykubrick__ On the set of "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968).

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11. Ese tipo se ve furioso

On the set of "I Am Legend" (2007). Photograph by @barrywetcher

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12. ¡Un cisne negro sonriendo!

Natalie Portman on the set of "Black Swan" (2010). •Darren Aronofsky claimed that Natalie Portman not only trained for a year as a dancer to prepare for the role, but paid for the the training out of her own pocket until the film found investors. Aronofsky attributed the film's getting made at all to Portman's dedication and enthusiasm. In an interview with Charlie Rose, Natalie Portman stated that one of the most difficult challenges of making the film – aside from training and dancing – was modifying her voice. She stated that before working with Darren Aronofsky, directors had constantly criticized what they perceived to be the childish quality of her voice, and encouraged her to work with vocal coaches to make it sound deeper and more adult. The role of Nina required Portman to regress backwards and make her voice more child-like. She felt that doing so took her back to a point she worked hard to leave behind. The budget on this film was so tight that when Natalie Portman had a rib dislocated during a lift and called the producer for help, she was told that the production could not afford a medic. Portman stated that if they needed to cut items from the budget they could take away her trailer to hire a medic. The next day her trailer was gone. She also lost 20 pounds in order to look more like a ballerina. All her efforts really paid of since she won an Academy Award and she also met her future husband on set!

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13. No pueden parar de ser perfectos

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling on the set of "La La Land" (2016).

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14. ¡¿Qué?!

On the set of "Back to the Future Part III" (1990).

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15. ¡No, Dobby no!

Via @movies.vfx Behind the scenes of Dobby's death!

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