MICHELLE PFEIFFER SHOWS OFF SWEAT AND LAUGHS WHILE TRAINING TO SHOOT HER NEXT FILM WITH MARVEL
We propose you a game. Think of any famous actor who 20 years ago seemed to you to have a body of scandal. Now, find a photo to refresh your memory of what we all understood as muscular person at the turn of the century and compare it to the Chris Hemsworth or Chris Evans type stars who are now the perfect body canon. Right next to him the mazados of that time seem like strips? Well, you know who to blame that today we have such unattainable expectations when we step into the gym: Marvel movies.
Since these studios began to dominate the box office in the late 2000s with films starring characters such as Thor, Captain America or Iron Man; more and more physical effort and more muscle volume have been demanded from its protagonists.
In fact, never have the stars looked so much like the gods as they do now. Of course, always after undergoing intense weeks of training supervised by professionals who are experts in turning anyone who falls into their hands into a superman. Well, or superwoman, that they are not free of this aesthetic tyranny so 'marvelian'.
A toll that everyone has to pay to have the privilege of being part of this cinematographic universe. Yes, also the most veteran ones like Michelle Pfeiffer, who at 63 is already preparing thoroughly for the filming of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania; third installment of the franchise starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly in which Pfeiffer plays Dr. Janet van Dyne, Hank Pym's wife, played by Michael Douglas.
A character who appeared at the end of the second film in the saga and who returns in this third with a much more leading and decisive role. Hence, the actress has to get in tune to be able to shoot the demanding action scenes that Marvel always boasts.
Whether we will see Pfeiffer punching himself with someone is a mystery. What we can take for sure is that she will run a lot. At least that is what they are training for as she has revealed herself on her Instagram, where she boasts of the high speed she reaches on the static tape. Sweating, yes, but without losing the smile. Because beyond the muscles, there are stars that carry it in their blood.