The 12 Most Amazing Hollywood Physique Transformations

8.   Hugh Jackman

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Believe it or not, the two guys in the picture above are both Hugh Jackman.

  • The Jackman on the left is a singing, dancing, wisecracking multi-talented entertainer.
  • The Jackman on the right is an uber-successful, uber-rich Hollywood mega-star who is also a singing, dancing, wisecracking multi-talented entertainer.

For his role in the latest Wolverine movie, Hugh bulked up to 215 pounds…

  • by jamming 6000 calories down his throat every day,
  • while cycling his carbs to maximize muscle gain and prevent body fat gain,
  • and focusing on actual Wolverine-worthy lifts like deadlifts, Zercher squats and Barbell Landmines

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  1. Christian Bale
  2. Michael Chiklis
  3. Daniel Craig
  4. Russell Crowe
  5. Robert DeNiro
  6. Robert Downey Jr.
  7. Ryan Gosling
  8. Hugh Jackman
  9. Edward Norton
  10. Brad Pitt
  11. Ryan Reynolds
  12. Will Smith

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3 comments

  1. didn’t expect to see Michael Chiklis’ name on this list…but seriously…

    I have the utmost respect for all these actors and others that are able to transform themsleves like this, but one thing I often say to friends and family members who I disuss fitness/fat loss with: these actors are being paid-usually milliions of dollars-to make these transformations…also, I have ZERO doubt that at least half of them are using some combination of steroids/GH/???

  2. I really respect how deep some of them get into character. My question is from a health standpoint, are there any effects, maybe as they get to middle age, on their overall health specially for those who transform so drastically.

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