Is that you, Sam? Avatar star Worthington looks unrecognisable in his new Stan Original film Transfusion with a scruffy beard and long hair
Sam Worthington looks unrecognisable in a trailer for his new upcoming Stan Original film, Transfusion.
The Avatar star, 46, sports a rugged beard and long hairstyle to play a former SAS soldier struggling to live a normal life.
However, he still has his distinctive gravelly voice for the role.
Sam Worthington (pictured) unveiled his new unrecognisable look in the recently dropped trailer for the upcoming Stan original film Transfusion
The trailer opens with several people trying to pressure Sam’s retired character to accept one last job.
Sam proves he won’t be pressured when he forcefully pushes a man to the ground and tells him to leave.
‘It stops now, don’t test me,’ a gruff Sam says.
The buff movie star sports a rugged for the film where he plays a former SAS soldier struggling to live a normal life
In the series, Sam stars as Ryan Logan, a former special forces operative, who is battling to cope with life after the loss of his wife.
Life takes another cruel twist when he is then thrust into the criminal underworld to keep his only son from being taken from him.
Bloom actress Phoebe Tonkin will portray Logan’s wife Justine in the film, while Matt Nable will play Johnny.
The Avatar star underwent a complete makeover for his role in the movie where he has unkempt long hair and a five o’clock shadow
Stan’s Chief content officer Cailah Scobie said audiences would be in for a powerful, thought-provoking film.
‘The Stan Original Film Transfusion is set to be a powerful Australian thriller,’ she said.
‘We’re delighted to welcome Matt Nable as actor, writer and director, along with the star-studded cast of Sam Worthington and Phoebe Tonkin.
The Stan Original film Transfusion premieres on January 20 only on Stan.
The Stan Original film Transfusion premieres on January 20 only on Stan