Michelle Pfeiffer’s Pickleball Mishap – From Black Eye to MCU Fitness Prep

The 65-year-old Golden Globe winner revealed on Friday via a series of images on Instagram that she had sustained a black eye while participating in the popular sport.

She posted a picture of herself with an ice pack on her face right after the accident, along with a close-up of her injured eye.

The actress’s admirers continued to flood the comments area with well wishes, some of which came from her well-known pals. Apart from playing pickleball, the actress is busy in other capacities, frequently for film parts.

Pfeiffer shared a video on Instagram in 2021 while working out to get ready for her part in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the third installment.

In the 2018 follow-up Ant-Man and the Wasp, Pfeiffer makes her MCU debut as Janet van Dyne, also known as the original Wasp, who shares Ant-Man’s capacity to change her size.

“This summer, Janet van Dyne will enter the Quantum Realm.” She said in a playful video, which also included her jogging quickly on a treadmill, she declared, “I’ll be ready.” “You are an inspiration! I appreciate the motivation to get up and get moving,” a user commented.

One more individual exclaimed, “Wow! Just seeing you run wears me out. A few followers even requested to view the celebrity’s complete workout regimen.

Pfeiffer has long been regarded as one of the most stunning and gifted actors in the world, a label that The Daily Telegraph’s Mick Brown views as both a blessing and a curse.

Michelle Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer intentionally sought out difficult jobs where physical beauty was not a must, which helped her overcome her early struggles to get directors to take her seriously as an actor after being typecast in roles based solely on appearance.

Journalists Rachel Syme of The New Yorker and Candice Russell of the Sun-Sentinel noted that early in Pfeiffer’s career, critics would frequently disparage her acting in favor of her looks.

Elizabeth Kaye of The Daily Beast described Pfeiffer as a unique talent who proves it is possible to be both physically appealing and a serious performer, thinking that the actress combines “the glamour of a ’30s icon” with “the sensibility of a modern woman”.

The Daily Telegraph’s Karen Krizanovich and Town & Country’s Adam Rathe concur that the same critics who were first drawn to her attractiveness are still enthralled with her performances, wit, and intelligence.

Dan Webster, a critic for The Spokesman-Review, claims that Pfeiffer is equally well-known for her talent and glitz on screen.

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