Hollywood Won't Cast These Famous Actors Anymore
Hollywood Won't Cast These Famous Actors Anymore
Updated on July 29, 2022 15:07 PM by Laura Mendes
Every tide must eventually level, and celebrity is no exception. Some actors choose to retire from their playing personas, while others damage their careers by doing something foolishly irreparable. Some succumb to their attitude, while others simply tyre the public by making bad movies for which big producers cease knocking on their doors. Here are ten actors that were renowned and possibly still are, but Hollywood will not cast them.
Jessica Biel gave a strong performance in Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but that was it. It was followed by a few supporting love interest roles in films like 'Total Recall' and 'I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry,' which won her Golden Raspberry Award nod, but that wasn't all. She did lose two important parts, Catwoman in the Batman series and Fantine in Les Miserables, to Anne Hathaway! Despite the fact that she is doing well in her personal life by marrying Justin Timberlake and having baby Silas. She also owns a restaurant, which keeps her quite busy. So who needs Hollywood in the first place.
Mel Gibson's career blazed brightly when he starred in blockbusters like Lethal Weapon Franchise and Braveheart, but it appears that his period is passed. He demonstrated how one bad action could bring a person down. Mel's collapse in 2010 and racist comments turned his fans and movie executives against him. This was the start of his demise. Perhaps there will come a day when producers and audiences will be able to move on from his prior blunders, but they must do it now, as he is already 61 years old! He has, however, sponsored his own films and done fairly well with them.
The Twilight Saga served as a springboard for Taylor Lautner, but it appears that Jacob's shadow still haunts the public. His film 'Abduction' was supposed to be his break into genuine Hollywood, but it was a box office flop and was very poorly regarded by reviewers. Furthermore, his significant wages just swept away the films that had been set aside for him. He was also accused of having showmances with co-stars, which is not a good thing for his profession. Let us cross our fingers! Perhaps his career will be revitalized by the comedy he has been working on.
Adam Sandler has been accused of being the most compensated actor in recent years. Since 1998, fourteen of his films have achieved $100 million at the box office in the United State He rose to prominence as Billy Madison in Happy Gilmore, but his career took a turn for the worst when he appeared in a succession of poor films such as Jack and Jill. Sandler despises the media and believes that he doesn't need it to promote his movies. If you are unwilling to speak with journalists, you should at the very least use social media. He never changed as his admirers grew older. They've moved on and begun to believe that his game may be over.
Seann William Scott
This is an actor who rose to prominence after appearing in American Pie in 1999. After that, he just lost it, garnering negative feedback and releasing disasters like Dude, Where's My Car? The Dukes of Hazzard and Movie 43 are two examples. On Rotten Tomatoes, he has some of the lowest ratings. On the other hand, Scott is more likely to be heard than seen in the animated blockbuster franchise The Ice Age. We can also hope that his career will be steered in the right way with the return of Goon.
The last time anyone saw him in a good part was in the film 2012. He made some good comedies in the 1980s, such as Better Off Dead, but has recently gone underground. He has played minor roles in films such as The Butler and Maps to the Stars, but he has yet to regain his former prominence. Currently, he appears to be concentrating on low-budget films with a low success rate.
The Twilight heroine rose to popularity as Bella Swan but did not fare well as Snow White. Her affair with her director while cheating on Robert Pattinson was also quite infamous and damaging to her career. She starred in a few mediocre films, including American Ultra, but she failed to turn many heads. Who knows if it's her dry acting or her inability to smile correctly?
Michael Cera rose to prominence at a young age after securing roles in Superbad and Juno. He was cast in Seth Rogen's animated film The Sausage Party, although he isn't required to appear in it because it is an animated film.
At a time, Nicholas Cage was omnipresent and meant everything to everyone. He received multiple honors for his performances in Lord of the Rings, The Rock, and Face/Off. His career took a turn for the worst when he released a run of disappointments in 2006, including The Wicker Man and Ghost Rider. According to rumors, he had to take these subpar assignments reluctantly due to his massive debts. In the 2010 film Kick-Ass, he played a minor superhero vigilante' part. The audience hasn't seen much of him since then.
This actress, like her mother, has a reputation for being a 'difficult' person to work with on set. She was doing well earlier, with box office smashes like Knocked Up, and she continued to do well until 2007 when she won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress for Grey's Anatomy. The next year, she withdrew from the competition, alleging that the material she was given did not merit an Emmy. Needless to say, the writers fired her from the show. She also slammed her own film, Knocked Up, calling it sexist, blaming the filmmakers for her guts and treachery to the film that launched her career. She hasn't been seen since and is having difficulty finding jobs in major motion pictures.
Other honorable mentions include Brendan Fraser, Hilary Swank, Tobey Maguire, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Kim Basinger, Winona Ryder, Sharon Stone, Eric Bana, Milla Jovovich, Sigourney Weaver, Sherilyn Fenn, Kelly Hu, Nastassja Kinski, Meg Ryan, Gillian Anderson, Diane Lane, Drew Barrymore, Ashley Judd, Famke Janssen, Rebecca Romijn, Jennifer Con Another film, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, received great reviews from critics but was a big disappointment, effectively ending his career.