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Sebastian Stan is unrecognizable at first sight of 'A Different Man'

Sebastian Stan is unrecognizable at first sight of ‘A Different Man’

Ha Sebastian Stan Like you’ve never seen it before. The actor debuted on Instagram a photo from the upcoming indie drama “different man“Who stunned fans. Stan plays a man with neurofibromatosis who undergoes reconstructive facial surgery, only to become obsessed with an actor he stars in in a play inspired by his life. The Worst Person in the World,” Rinat Rensev, and actor Adam Pearson star in “Under the Skin” alongside Stan.

A Different Man is produced by A 24. Written and directed by Aaron Schimberg, the drama is currently in production in New York City. Paparazzi’s photos from the set first revealed Stan’s stunning transformation in the movie. The actor then released the first official look at his prosthetic-based role on Instagram. Stan is also the executive responsible for the production of the project.

Stan confirmed on Instagram that Mike Marino is responsible for the prosthetics in the movie. Marino recently earned acclaim for turning Colin Farrell into a penguin in Matt Reeves’ Batman. His additional credits include “Coming 2 America”, “The Irishman” and “Joker” among others.

“A Different Man” marks Stan’s continued work in the independent film space after Sundance’s favorite “Fresh” of the year. Stan is also associated with the A24-supported thriller comedy “Sharper,” in which he plays opposite Julianne Moore, Judge Smith, and John Lithgow. The film, directed and co-written by Benjamin Caron, will be shown on Apple TV+.

Along with A24, “A Different Man” is being produced by Kristen Fashion and Gabriel Myers of Killer Films and Vanessa McDonnell of Grand Motel Films.

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Stan recently received an Emmy Award nomination for his work on the Hulu limited series “Pam & Tommy”.