‘Eight months of work but I got there!’ Topless Luke Evans shows off his rippling abs in incredible before and after body transformation snaps
Luke Evans showed off his incredible body transformation in topless before and after snaps on Friday.
The actor, 41, took to Instagram to share with fans a picture of his new muscles and rippling abs after committing to a new fitness regime.
His transformation took place over eight months from last June to the end of February this year.
Impressive! Luke Evans showed off his incredible body transformation in topless before and after snaps on Friday
Clearly feeling proud of his image overhaul, he captioned his snaps: ‘8 months of work but I got there. June 2020 – February 2021.
‘I won’t bother putting statistics as the judges will only judge. #fbf #nearly42’.
Luke looked toned in his before snap as he posed wearing a pair of dark blue shorts, however his muscles looked bigger and more defined in the after picture.
Before: His transformation took place over eight months from last June to the end of February this year
After: The actor, 41, took to Instagram to share with fans a picture of his new muscles and rippling abs after committing to a new fitness regime
In the second snap he smiled for the camera wearing a pair of black tracksuit bottoms and sported a new moustache.
His incredible body transformation comes after he had moulds of his teeth taken for his role in the new live action remake of Pinocchio on Tuesday.
He took to Instagram to share a clip of the dental process for his role as the new Disney villain, the Coachman.
He revealed the same special effects teeth manufacturer, Chris Lyons, had altered his teeth for his role in Dracula and Beauty and the Beast, in which he played Gaston.
Smile! His incredible body transformation comes after he had moulds of his teeth taken for his role in the new live action remake of Pinocchio on Tuesday
Luke sat patiently as the clay-coloured mould was inserted into his mouth to get an impression.
Luke, who shared the clip with his 2.9million Instagram followers, wrote: ‘Never talk with your mouth full…’
Also starring in the forthcoming Disney+ film is screen legend Tom Hanks, 64, as Geppetto.
Cynthia Erivo, 34, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 40, have been added to the cast and are set to portray the Blue Fairy and Jiminy Cricket, respectively.
The Haunting Of Bly Manor actor Benjamin Evan Ainsworth will provide the voice for the puppet who comes to life.
Keegan Michael-Key is set to provide a voice for the anthropomorphic fox Honest John, who serves as the main antagonist in the film.
The casting move comes after Evans famously portrayed the egotistical, navel-gazing Gaston in 2017’s Beauty and the Beast remake opposite Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.
The new Pinocchio, to be directed by Forrest Gump helmer Robert Zemeckis, will go straight to the Disney+ streaming platform, unlike the previously-mentioned predecessors which enjoyed big theatrical bows.
Like the 1940 animated classic, Pinocchio will explore the tale of an enchanted puppet who longs to become a real boy.
Luke’s Coachman will be one of several antagonists who attempt to harm and exploit Pinocchio for their personal gain.
Disney’s live action take on the story is only one of several Pinocchio projects, either currently in production or recently released.
One is the highly anticipated darker version of the story being co-directed by the visionary filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro, and starring the likes of Cate Blanchett, Ewan McGregor and Tilda Swinton.
Look at me: The casting move comes after Luke famously portrayed the egotistical, navel-gazing Gaston in 2017’s Beauty And The Beast remake