25 Movie Moments Where Actors Weren't Acting

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Anything can happen on a movie set, and seeing an actor’s natural reaction to a scene can make a huge difference when creating an authentic moment. For several iconic films, we get a glimpse into the actor’s true self and are riveted with the results. Let’s dive into some movie history where actors are not just acting on-screen, they are just being themselves and enjoying the performance that comes with it.

The list includes iconic actors including Dustin Hoffman, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Julia Roberts among others. Often, some of our favorite movie scenes include these moments where actors were just being themselves. There are cases in horror films like Alien and The Exorcist where the crew tried to shock the actors as much as possible. There are comedy scenes where actors were laughing and breaking from their serious scenes. A lot of physical moments included scenes within Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory along with Fight Club. In Pretty Woman one of Julia Roberts’ most iconic scenes was an ad libbed moment which caught the actress off guard. Other movies on the list include hits like Glory, There’s Something About Mary, and Back to the Future Part III. In some cases, actors were actually put into the hospital, a case that would often happen to famed action star Sylvester Stallone. The Blair Witch Project was filmed with an extremely low budget and including new actors who mostly portrayed themselves on the big screen. Watch to see all 25 scenes of actors just being themselves and reacting naturally to a lot of moments.

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