Seth Rogen has pointed out a “stressful” fact about the cast Avengers: Endgame.
The actor is busy promoting his new movie, the Steven Spielberg drama drama The Fabelmansfor which he underwent a transformation to play a character inspired by the director’s uncle.
Speaking of The Tonight Show with Jimmy FallonRogen explained that Spielberg’s uncle had a “very receding hairline, quite far back, so I went on set and [Spielberg] was like, ‘I want you to trim your hairline back so it looks like you’re going to be a lot balder than you are.'”
Rogen said he did what the director said but found it a “very drastic” change.
He continued, “I was like, ‘Oh my God, it’s all everyone’s going to talk about — I’m going to see people and they’re going to be like, ‘Oh my God,’ and instead I just kept running into people and nobody said anything. and that made me realize I’m going bald for her. I was already a bald guy.”
Rogen said this made him wonder, “Are you going to do something about this,” suggesting that many of his Hollywood peers are getting hair transplants.
“I work with a lot of actors who have had more hair now in their careers than when they started,” he said, adding, “It’s a real thing. It’s a stressful double life that they lead as a bald actor pretending not to be bald and I don’t know if I could carry that weight.”
To prove his point, Rogen urged people to check out how the hair of Marvel cast members, including Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, is changing Avengers unite (2012) to Avengers: Endgame (2019).
“They all have more hair in them endgame‘ Roe said. “Every single one of them. With the snap, 50 percent of their hair came back.”
Rogen also revealed that he thought he was going to be fired The Fabelmans after making Spielberg cry “uncontrollably” on set.
The Fabelmanswhich is available now in the US will be released in the UK on January 27th.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/avengers-endgame-seth-rogen-b2226195.html Seth Rogen points out ‘stressful’ facts about Avengers: Endgame cast