For most actors and actresses, nabbing a big superhero role in a comic book movie is a once in a lifetime opportunity. For a select few talented individuals, though… not so much. Some actors are just perfect fits for the superhero subgenre, and end up being cast in these projects again and again.
One of the typical things that you will see when an actor or actress is trying to get cast as a superhero in a superhero film is that they go on a super intense workout regimen. Robert Downey Jr. These workouts can change the whole appearances of actors, as previously down-to-Earth sitcom stars like Chris Pratt and John Krasinski suddenly looked like they were Men's Fitness models after they were done getting their bodies into superhero shape and Krasinski did it for Captain America -- a role he didn't even get in the end!
But from time to time, your favorite superheroes have been known to don far less than even that leotard. While many designs as of late have opted for more realistic designs and proportions, including armored uniforms and more functional costumes. Obviously, not all of these are by choice, and some are the result of circumstances beyond control such as battle damage or imprisonment.
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A buddy of mine today started a conversation stating that a nudist superhero was an oxymoron. Now, he meant no offense by this, but the conversation that followed is what led to this, along with his proddings for me to follow through on my ideas as to how to make a good nudist superhero. Understand that A This isn't me creating one, but setting down some guidelines as to how to make one while keeping them true, or at least as true as it possibly can get, to the ideals of the community.