After they are given a role in a movie, actors always look for anything they can do to ensure they deliver the best performance they can. Whether it’s physical training, getting lost in a character’s psyche, or studying up history, there are several methods they turn to. But sometimes, it’s as simple as getting a drink or two. Here two of Hollywood’s biggest films feature sequences that involve intoxicated thespians.
1. Natalie Portman And Mila Kunis (Black Swan Movie)
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In one of the most talked-about sequences in 2010, Portman and Kunis did a love film scene together in the awards contender, Black Swan. It was new territory for the two actresses, and they needed a little liquid courage before filming. Director Darren Aronofsky has said that his stars shared a bottle of tequila to calm their nerves. Kunis denied this claim but others on set have confirmed alcohol was involved. In the end, Portman won an Oscar for her performance and Kunis received much acclaim.
2. Margot Robbie (The Wolf Of Wall Street)
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Robbie's big breakthrough came as Naomi, Jordan Belfort's in the 'Wolf Of Wall Street'. The film is a celebration of excess and features a ton of explicit content including numerous s£x scenes. Robbie is in a few of these scenes herself, and she was nervous to bare it all on camera to film with Leonardo DiCaprio. To calm herself down, Robbie said she took three shots of tequila before shooting the first one. It definitely paid off, as the actress stole the show and became a household name.
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