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Stunt doubles are the action heroes on screen we don’t even notice, risking their lives to get the perfect shot. Many of them continue to work with specific actors not only because they look so similar to them but because they are so incredible at their jobs! Take David Leitch for example, a mainstay Stunt Choreographer in Hollywood who often doubles for Brad Pitt. They have worked together on “Fight Club,” “Ms. & Mr. Smith” and many more! Leitch has become one stunt person who is almost a household name with that epic “Atomic Blonde” stairwell scene that shot him to stardom.
Even “Wonder Woman” needs a stunt double, a couple of them to be exact, and stunt professionals Alicia Vela Bailey and Caitlin Dechelle worked with Gadot on Patty Jenkins epic Warner Bros film. Tom Hardy has worked with his stunt double for years, his name is Jacob Tomuri and if you haven’t seen him, you’re in for a treat. Margot Robbie and Jennifer Lawrence each have their ladies, Ingrid Kleinig and Renae Moneymaker, both well-known gorgeous stunt professionals. As for Hannah Behan, who was one of three stunt doubles for Alicia Vikander on “Tomb Raider,” is fairly new to the game. Michael B. Jordan and Chadwick Boseman got a great duo of stunt doubles for their roles as Killmonger and T’Challa.
With stunt doubles being needed for almost every movie from “The Avengers: Infinity War” and “Thor,” to “The Rundown,” “The Hunger Games,” “Black Panther,” and “Mad Max: Fury Road,” these brave, adrenaline seeking junkie may just sometimes put the actors to shame!
Entry 1 MARGOT ROBBIE & INGRID KLEINIG
Entry 2 CHRIS HEMSWORTH & BOBBY HOLLAND HANTON
Entry 3 DWAYNE “THE ROCK” JOHNSON & TANOAI REED
Entry 4 JENNIFER LAWRENCE & RENAE MONEYMAKER
Entry 5 TOM HARDY & JACOB TOMURI
Entry 6 BRAD PITT & DAVID LEITCH
Entry 7 ALICIA VIKANDER & HANNAH BEHAN
Entry 8 ALICIA VELA BAILEY & THE LADIES
Entry 9 GAL GADOT & CAITLIN DECHELLE
Entry 10 BLACK PANTHER DUDES
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Shame that good actor hire some stunt actor for fighting. I mean there have a reason for extreme stun like the T2 terminator in motocycle jump stunts or XXX stun who died planting is body to the bridge. The only one with no stunt double was for conan the batbarian 1984 for Harnold Swaggeneger. And respect to Fumio Demura for playing stunt double in Mr Miyahi karate kid, Patt Morita.
Do people realise sometimes a stunt double is used not because the actors/actresses themselves can't do it, but because if they get injured they'd have to delay filming and that'd cost a lot of money and time? As harsh as it sounds, a stunt double can be replaced but the famous actors that are going to get people to watch your film can't
Did you know the pokemon hitmanchan was named after jackie chan cause chan uses his fists the mist sue to shaolin kung fu
And hitmonlee was named after bruce lee cause bruce used kicks the most cause he used muay thai kung fu.
Jk i actually dont know. Its just a theory
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