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Sometimes, a shot of tequila is needed to bring out the right kind of acting inside you. Stars do it all the time. But its mainly a hit or a miss. So here are some instances that were nailed by a bit of alcohol.
It is pretty much a theme to get smashed before shooting an intimate scene in Hollywood. Hence, these two beauties downed a bottle of tequila before filming the sex scene for Black swan.
Depp is famous for his floundering ways with alcohol so it was no surprise that director Bruce Robinson kept a bottle of Chivas Regal aside for Johnny on the sets.
David Fincher knows how to squeeze authenticity out of his actors. No wonder he kept Jack Daniels whiskey for his actors during the shoot of Fight Club.
She was paired opposite Leonardo Di Caprio, the heartthrob of our generation. She took 3 tequila shots just to calm her nerves down before an intimate scene with him.
He seems like a well maintained mommy's boy but he would drink great amounts of vodka during the shoot for the Rover. Now we know why he looks so pale!
During the shoot for Catching Fire, she would have to wait hours altogether in her trailer so she would enjoy her time sipping on pina coladas.
The Boy Who Lived is kind of a badass because he has seldom told media that he was drunk during the shooting of the HP series.
He got into drinking moonshine during his shoot to be more in character and often got aggressive with his co-star Mia Wasikowska as well. She has often even threatened to quit the shooting due to his unpleasant behavior.
Due to his drinking during the shoots, he got into too many medical issues. He had his hand cut pretty badly from a mirror used in the first scene of the movie. It was also reported that he suffered from a heart attack.
In one scene, he was so hammered because the scene required him to be, the shoot was to be scheduled for the next day because he couldn't perform.
It can be said that filming a three way can be pretty awkward, so these 3 actors didn't mind hitting the bottle before shooting for it.
During the filming of Do-Re-Mi, Julie Andrews was often offered some shots from the farmer who owned the land in the Alps.