Actors love the opportunity to transform. There’s no better way to become somebody else than by looking nothing like the person you were when you arrived on set.This year might not have been one packed with mega-budget blockbusters and huge releases due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, but the world of movies has stepped up to the plate to provide plenty of excellent stuff for cinephiles to chew on.So, from blockbusters to Oscar-nominated dramas, here are the most dramatic and impressive transformations pulled off by actors in movies released in the UK in 2020.Read more: The most impressive transformations of 2019
The 'Birds of Prey' star is due to reteam with that film's screenwriter for a female-focused take on the Disney blockbuster franchise.
The secrets are out and we now know which oddball characters all of the big names will be playing in 'The Suicide Squad'.
Cathy Yan, the director of Birds of Prey, has denied claims that a storyline involving a 'd**k pic' was removed from the final film.
James Gunn would be up for seeing director David Ayer's re-cut of Suicide Squad before his sequel, The Suicide Squad, hits screens.
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Scarlett Johansson, Margot Robbie, Cameron Diaz, Thandie Newton and Zoe Saldana are among a host of female action stars kicking lumps out of each other in a new viral video.
David Ayer has concurred with criticism of how Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn was depicted in his movie Suicide Squad.
A second Birds of Prey movie isn't confirmed just yet, but director Cathy Yan is already dreaming up scenarios for a sequel.
Birds Of Prey director Cathy Yan on whether or not the comic-book character underwhelmed at the box office.
While everyone's looking at the Oscars, it could be a good time to bury the news that Birds of Prey's box office debut was pretty lacklustre.
Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn in 'Birds of Prey', but the character has taken a long and winding path to the big screen.
Margot Robbie leads the cast of 'Birds of Prey', reprising her role as Harley Quinn, alongside a cast of female anti-heroes.
Margot Robbie, the star and producer of the new DC film, says the lack of diversity behind the camera in Hollywood is "embarrassing".
Robbie revealed she's no longer allowed to give people tattoos after being responsible for a "particularly bad" tattoo accident.
Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn was introduced in 'Suicide Squad' in 2016, but there's little else connecting the two films.
Brad Pitt won the award for Best Supporting Actor for 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'.
The new, female-led DC superhero team-up is receiving rapturous responses from film critics.