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Title: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Gree on August 09, 2017, 06:16:25 PM
That A-1

Anyone see that pic of Josh BROlin flexing as Cable. Wtf dude
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Wyntyr on August 09, 2017, 06:29:23 PM
Speak ENGLISH, commie
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Mightily Oats on August 09, 2017, 06:43:34 PM
Evans in Cap 1 vs Evans since

Or Hemsworth just being able to put on 20 pounds of muscle whenever he feels like it

Downey and Cruise's HGH gut

It happens, man
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Rynox on August 09, 2017, 07:40:56 PM
Ya but how tall is he?
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Wyntyr on August 09, 2017, 07:57:19 PM
Affleck in The Town
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Gree on August 09, 2017, 09:56:37 PM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGuPLc6UIAEIzaG?format=jpg)
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Gree on August 09, 2017, 10:00:17 PM
Ya but how tall is he?

6'3 with Cuban heels
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Riv1 on August 10, 2017, 08:11:24 AM
Will Smith comes to mind.
He'd always been in good shape, but the first big size jump -i- noticed was when he did ALI. Since then he's stayed fairly big, but you can see he gains/drops size fairly regularly from film to film.




I broke Scourge. Poor Scourge.
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: nu-safado on August 14, 2017, 11:26:48 PM
Chris Hemsworth gains weight way too fast to not be on something potent cycle. Chris Hemsworth has some photos out there of him as downright gangl; the first time I saw him in Star Trek he looked somewhat lanky as well. In his comic book debut he is enormous

I could see Tom Cruise using HGH, but likely in TRT doses aka not really as a steroid - there is a difference. Same with RDJ

The biggest eye-catcher or tell-tale sign is the speed of a weight gain. No way Christian Bale is borderline anorexic for the machinist and becomes a thick 220 or so for batman begins in that small amount of time. Tom Hardy has small joints, a think bone structure and he jumped from his normal 160-170 or so to a thickly-muscled Bane with enormous traps in 10 weeks or so - that's very suspect

I'm more willing to give guys like Chris Pratt or Henry Cavill the benefit of the doubt. Cavill stays big and a little overweight between various super hero outings and he's a failry big guy even in none comic book roles. He trains for longer stretches of time before he suits up

Chris Pratt was very big beofre he started training and he looks like he put on 10-15 solid pounds of muscle training and he spends more time keeping the fat off. His weight gain looks proportional and I've seen what the Marvel actors weight trainer puts them through and he likely is natural.

Jake Gylennhall put on a freakish amount of muscle in a disproportionate amount of time for another example of juicing up.

TRT or just building up over time to become bigger usually means natural. Big gains in a short amount of time is the red flag for guys that are using anavar/decadurabol cocktails. I do think clenbuterol and other diet drugs are likely in almost everyone to be fair.
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Insane Titan on August 18, 2017, 02:15:19 AM
Hugh Jackman, the guy must piss anavar.
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Bandido on October 06, 2017, 02:37:54 AM
Michael B. Jordan for Creed?
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: nu-safado on October 08, 2017, 02:41:05 AM
How big was he before the role?

I'm impressed with how well some actors learn to box or fight for their roles - I remember Daniel Day Lewis boxing with Barry McCguigan (name) and becoming quite a talented boxer. Tom Hardy looked like a blue collar MMA fighter in his turn.



Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: scourge on October 09, 2017, 07:39:57 AM
Daniel Craig sure swolled up since he was Laura Croft's overly American love interest in Tomb Raider
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Riv1 on December 19, 2017, 09:19:22 AM
How big was he before the role?

I'm impressed with how well some actors learn to box or fight for their roles - I remember Daniel Day Lewis boxing with Barry McCguigan (name) and becoming quite a talented boxer. Tom Hardy looked like a blue collar MMA fighter in his turn.
There's De Niro in RAGING BULL, too.
To prep for his role he worked out like a beast, and boxed/sparred with La Motta himself; then entered in three genuine Brooklyn boxing matches and won two of them.
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: nu-safado on December 19, 2017, 10:58:53 AM
Daniel Craig was within the boundaries of reason. I wouldn't be surprised to find out he juiced, but he didn't look so dense or shredded that a hard 12-16 week training camp wouldn't have made a big difference. he's since lost a depressing amount of muscle mass

De Niro I completely believe.
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: MTL76 on December 19, 2017, 11:00:57 AM
De Niro looked natural. He put on some muscle but not a ridiculous amount. He looked lean but not shredded.

Daniel Craig clearly looked like he was on PEDs.

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Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: Riv1 on December 20, 2017, 06:21:58 AM
De Niro looked natural. He put on some muscle but not a ridiculous amount. He looked lean but not shredded.

(https://shortlist.imgix.net/app/uploads/2017/08/24223345/08653faf808b46be8c3469a332c832d9-495x330.png?w=1200&h=1&fit=max&auto=format%2Ccompress)

Yeah, not sure why Safado would think otherwise.

Its one reason i roll my eyes at threads like this.
You can name ANY celeb who's gotten in some kind of shape and ppl will say he's on something, no matter what.
Title: Re: Actors on the sauce
Post by: nu-safado on December 31, 2017, 10:15:03 PM
I'm not sure what order the body transformations in the film were done. Deniro played the older version of his character at nerly 50 lbs heavier. Extremely quick body morphing is strange to me - looking again, he didn't put on an obscene amount of muscle in a short amount of time so - who knows

The biggest red flag is the sort of change in short amounts of time that usually takes longer. Putting on real muscle takes time - Battfleck put on muscle over a year and a half and looked awesome. When an actor does it in 2 months I get suspicious.