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Jamie Foxx shared on Instagram the early stages of his workout for Mike Tyson's biopic, Finding Mike.


The Transformation Begins!

Actor Jamie Foxx shares pictures as he is bulking up for his long awaited Mike Tyson biopic. Foxx has been talking about his desire to play the former heavyweight boxing champion Tyson for years now and it's finally confirmed.

Foxx spoke with Hollywood producer Mark Birnbaum on Instagram Live, revealing he has been getting in shape with a grueling exercise regime to prepare for the film. The workout consists of 60 pull-ups, 60 dips, and 100 push-ups every other day. His weight at filming, he said, would start at 216 pounds and increase to to 230 pounds. When asked on if the film is underway Foxx said:

"Yes. It's a definitive yes. Doing biographies is a tough thing. Sometimes it takes 20 years to get it done but we officially got the real ball rolling, I can't wait to show people what it is."
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