When we think of a Superhero we usually thinkof their superpowers such as Superman’s ability to fly or Spiderman’s skill to shootwebbing.
Every child has dreamed of having these skills and being able to fight crimebut superpowers are not the only way a superhero is defined as a superhero.
If it was numerousvillains could be defined as a superhero too.
These unique personality traits, skills andqualities are what make up superheroes and sometimes the actors that play them possessthem too.
Subscribe to Screen Rant, as we introduceyou to Screen Rant’s list of ten Superhero Actors Who Can Do Superhero Things.
Jennifer Garner as Elektra Jennifer Garner showed her skills as the starof the TV series Alias from 2001-2006 as CIA Agent Sydney Bristow and as the assassinElektra Natchios in the 2003 film Daredevil and the 2005 spin-off Elektra.
She had a tremendouswork ethic, training, and plan to make her roles believable but none more than her trainingwith Okinawan sai, Elektra’s usual weapon of choice.
These blades are dangerous butGarner practiced daily while shooting to look like a master on film and can still use themto this day.
Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye The bow-wielding superhero Hawkeye looks atease when shooting a bow in The Avengers films for a reason.
Renner trained under Olympicarchers to boost his skills to ensure he was able to use a bow and arrow.
Renner has saidthat being a traditional straight-shooter isn’t all that he needed to know while usingan arrow.
The Avengers hero also pulverizes his enemies by using his bow, as a blunt weaponand spinning it like a baton too.
Another skill he has picked up along the way.
Nicolas Cage as Ghost Rider Nicholas Cage’s Johnny Blaze is a stuntmotorcyclist who sold his soul to the Devil and transformed into the vigilante Ghost Rider.
Even though his face didn’t into a skull and catch on fire in real life, he was anavid motorcyclist.
He caused so much trouble on his motorcycle that his insurance companytold him he wasn’t allowed to ride anymore.
So he eagerly looks for films that he getsto ride a motorcycle in because he enjoys it so much.
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool Ryan Reynold’s quick wit, dirty jokes andsarcastic attitude are why fans are eager to see him play the role of Deadpool again.
Luckily he has the same mindset as his superhero character or we would never have seen his2016 hit film.
Reynolds is persistent! It took him a decade to get the film Deadpoolmade but he kept at it just like the revenge his character perused in the film.
He betterkeep that persistence and give us a few more sequels to Deadpool or we will be persistentwith bothering him for them.
Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman Gal Gadot first portrayed Wonder Woman in2016’s Batman Vs.
Superman: Dawn of Justice and she proved to the world she was flawlessfor the role.
Maybe this has to do with her two-year stretch in the Israeli Defense Forceswhere she was trained in weapons and combat training.
Wonder Woman fights against eviljust like Gadot was trained to.
Next time you see Gadot on screen battling a villain, remember she can do that in real life too.
Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk Dr.
Bruce Banner becomes the Hulk in timesof stress and unleashes a destructive anger known as the Hulk.
In an interview with NewYork Daily News, Mark Ruffalo said that he could relate to the Hulk because he had alot of anger issues in his 20s.
Ruffalo said, “There was a time if you came intomy apartment, there were pictures and posters hanging in very odd places where they werecovering fist-holes through walls.
” We are glad he was able to use that anger in TheAvengers films and stop punching holes in walls.
Hugh Jackman as Wolverine Hugh Jackman is arguable the best actor toplay Wolverine and since he has been playing the character for over 12 years we feel thefans and studio agree.
Not only does he prepare with ruthless workouts but he also has trainedin martial arts; including samurai sword fighting.
Jackman’s skills as a martial artist makehis role more believable and give us another reason to not want to mess with him in reallife.
We will miss him as Wolverine.
Robert Downey Jr.
as Ironman Robert Downey Jr.
is Tony Stark, and whenhe dies his tombstone will most likely have both names on it.
He’s rich, has a fashionflare, knows how to throw a party and he attributes much of his success to his father.
Still inreal-life he has hero instincts.
When a woman gashed her leg badly and onlookers stood shocked, it was Downey who took charge.
He helped control the bleeding, kept her distracted and directedpeople to call an ambulance and get her water.
He stayed until help arrived, ruining hissuit but helping a very grateful woman.
Taylor Kitsch as Gambit The film, X-Men Origins: Wolverine is arguablethe weakest of the X-Men franchise but that doesn’t have to do with co-star Taylor Kitsch.
Taylor Kitsch had the chance to play Gambit in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine film and showoff some of his card playing tricks.
He learned how to trick shuffle and perform card tricksjust for the role.
Sadly, we wont see any more card tricks from him since he isn’tcast in the upcoming Gambit film.
Tom Holland as Spiderman Spiderman is one of the most athletic superheroesin the MCU due to a bite from a radioactive spider.
The newly casted Spiderman, Tom Hollandshowed off some of his skills in Captain America: Civil War and fans were excited to see himperform stunts.
But not all of his stunts were done with cables and CGI.
Holland a traineddancer has been training with stuntmen, Holland Diaz for his upcoming Spiderman films andrecently showed a video of himself performing a backflip while nailing the Spiderman pose.
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