People blown away by film that shows Vin Diesel with hair
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There are many famous actors out there living the life in Hollywood, and Vin Diesel is definitely one of them.
There is no questioning that the actor has certainly got his trademark look, with any film fan or even neutral able to spot him from a mile away.
The first thing you probably notice is the fact Vin Diesel is bald.
Back in 2006, viewers were left well and truly shocked to see the actor sporting some hair in a film.
The courtroom comedy-drama known as Find Me Guilty, that was co-written and directed by Sidney Lumet, sees Diesel star as real-life Mafia soldier Jackie DiNorscio.
Set in the 1980s, DiNorscio and nearly 20 of his associates had been in prison for more than a year for their federal racketeering trial to begin.
Essentially, Diesel's character decides to fire his lawyer as he doesn't think he's doing a good job and ultimately represents himself.
While it was a dodgy decision, it ends up playing well for DiNorscio's associates as they're found not guilty on all charges.
In the end, it ended up being the longest federal trial in US history.
As part of the character, Diesel had to wear a wig and images of the film have since gone viral on social media as people can't wrap their heads around the actor with hair.
It's safe to say that many viewers were pretty bemused at the hair situation.
"Before he found out you don't need hair when you got family," one person penned.
Another added: "Yooo this ain't real bruv."
While a third wrote: "Almost unrecognizable."
Find Me Guilty had mixed reviews from critics after its release with it achieving a 63 percent Rotten Tomatoes score.
The critical consensus states: "Find Me Guilty's excessive length and heavy-handed narrative keep it from reaching its full potential, but Vin Diesel's performance is well worth watching."
Most critics said Diesel was an absolute standout in the movie.
Christy Lemire from Deseret News said: "If you didn't know you were watching Vin Diesel in Find Me Guilty, you wouldn't know you were watching Vin Diesel. And that's a compliment."