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Actors Painful Prosthetics And Makeup In Disney Live Actions

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Published on May 24, 2021
Behind The Scenes Of Disney Movies Prosthetics, Costumes and Make Up! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Things

Disney live-action movies feature some of the most incredible costumes, hairstyling, makeup and prosthetics that bring our favorite fairy tales to life. But wearing these iconic costumes wasn’t always easy for the dedicated actors. Angelina Jolie spent hours having her face poked and prodded to apply and remove her prosthetics as Maleficent. Lily James has to wear a corset so tight to fit into her Cinderella ball gown that people thought her waist had actually been digitally shrunk. And you won’t believe how painful those glass slippers really were.

Emma Watson loved Belle’s yellow ball gown in Beauty and the Beast, but it was deceptively thick. Meanwhile, Dan Stevens got an even worse end of the deal and had to wear a heavy muscle suit with stilts to become the beast. Emma Stone also got to experience some incredibly heavy fashions as Cruella-- she had super long trains on some of her dresses that she could barely even walk in. The award for most insane makeup might go to Alice in Wonderland, though-- Helena Bonham Carter had an entire fake forehead as the Red Queen and Johnny Depp wore crazy contacts as the Mad Hatter.

From Will Smith’s skin-tight motion capture suit and Naomi Scott’s tightest Prince Jasmine dress to Mulan’s heavy fighting outfits, costume designers like Colleen Atwood and Sandy Powell have worked real movie magic. But which Disney live-action flick do you think had the most painful costume or most uncomfortable makeup? Click play and let’s find out.


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Written by: Courtney Hayes
Narrated by: Kydra Ryan
Edited by: V.Serhii


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