Sebastian Stan Unrecognizable on Set of A Totally different Man

Sebastian Stan is working with in depth make-up and prosthetics for his new film A Totally different Man.


On Wednesday, Stan, 39, was noticed on the Brooklyn, New York, set of the upcoming movie from A24 in full make-up and prosthetics rendering the actor unrecognizable.


Within the movie, Stan performs a personality named Edward who has neurofibromatosis and undergoes “main facial reconstruction surgical procedure” after which grows obsessive about an actor who performs him in a stage play based mostly on Edward’s life, based on Selection and Leisure Weekly.


The upcoming movie, presently filming in New York Metropolis, is written and directed by Aaron Schimberg. A Totally different Man additionally stars Norwegian actress Renate Reinsve, who starred in 2021’s The Worst Individual within the World, and Adam Pearson, an actor who has neurofibromatosis and appeared in 2013’s Beneath the Pores and skin.


Final Thursday, Stan posted a nonetheless picture of him in make-up for A Totally different Man on Instagram for a close-up take a look at the prosthetics at work from Mike Marino, who additionally did the prosthetics for Colin Farrell because the Penguin on this 12 months’s The Batman.





Neurofibromatosis, the situation Stan’s character has in A Totally different Man, is attributable to “a gaggle of genetic issues that trigger tumors to type on nerve tissue,” based on the Mayo Clinic.


In July, Stan obtained an Emmy nomination for excellent actor in a restricted sequence or film for his efficiency as Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee within the Hulu restricted sequence Pam & Tommy alongside Lily James as Pamela Anderson.


In March, Stan detailed the analysis and psychological transformation he underwent for his position within the Hulu movie Recent, by which he performs a duplicitous and deranged killer named Steve.


Stan mentioned he watched a number of true-crime documentaries and sought out one explicit skilled for her perception into particular criminals for the half.


“I noticed this documentary Loopy, Not Insane by Alex Gibney which targeted on this psychiatrist, Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis and I tracked her down,” Stan mentioned in March. “I very a lot geeked out as a result of she had seen a lot and has a lot expertise with serial killers, but additionally a number of character dysfunction sorts of topics. I requested her a number of questions, ‘Do you suppose this might have occurred? In the event you see somebody with this kind of a sample, what does it say about them? The place does one develop that?’ And in order that a part of [the research] was actually attention-grabbing as a result of she simply knew a lot.”

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