5 iconic beards in the movies


Beards have become a topic of great interest. There’s the classic beard and man-bun combo that has taken the 21st century by storm, the fluffy beard, the breakfast leftovers beard, the forest. Hell, I could go on. Let’s look at some examples of iconic beards in the movies.

cast_away-tom-hanksCastaway (2000) – Chuck
Tom Hank’s beard in Castaway really is intense. It’s natural. It’s sun-bleached. It’s raw. It tells the tale of his survival. I couldn’t say whether this beard is homegrown or not, but regardless, it’s one admirable waterfall of straggly hairs.

5cf4297a6a8830cf4f799cd28ad90e51The Hunger Games series – Seneca Crane
The amount of time Seneca Crane (or his PA) must spend trimming and styling his facial hair is just too much for anyone to bear, I imagine. Also, there’s something about beards and villains. A lot of baddies in the movies have quite exaggerated beard styles. Maybe they’re trying to…

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