We’ve all seen people playing the blues on a busy street corner before, and usually we would just walk on past, right? But would you be able to ignore a duo jamming out with a broom and a shovel as their guitar and bass?
These guys on a street corner in Vienna know how to catch their audience’s eyes…
Sometimes in the heat of the moment as an actor is going all out, their commitment to their character leads to actual injury. Of course, most of the time, this will lead to a pause in the action, someone will yell cut, and after the wound is addressed, they’ll shoot another take.
But sometimes, the actor carries on, incorporating the pain into the scene and the cameras keep rolling.
Here are several actors whose actual pain and trauma has made it onto the big screen instead of onto the cutting room floor. They’re all interesting, and as always Jackie Chan’s craziness is amazing to behold. But, there’s no question that Leonardo DiCaprio’s response to cutting his hand in Django Unchained is as crazy as they come…
Thanks to amazing advances in medical science and technology, people with significant jaw problems that affect how they speak, how they eat, how they look, and more can now get surgery to solve many of their problems.
While the process is painful and can take years to complete, these remarkable before-and-after photos — along with testimony from those who have decided to undergo the procedure — show just how stunning the impact of corrective surgery can be…
“I had low self-esteem…”
“I couldn’t chew my food right, and I lisped. So going though that surgery has given me a better quality of life.
If you’ve ever sold your house you know the value of “staging” it. Obviously, some people don’t even try, but others go above and beyond, clearing out everything except strategically selected, perfectly vanilla furniture and decor that will make the house as appealing as possible to the highest number of potential buyers.
And then there are these folks….
Want to sell a house? How about roller coaster tour?