13 actors who would like to return to the past and give up the rolePictolic
At the beginning of their career, many actors grab any role – just to light up on the screen. And then, years later, when they remember participating in these films, they feel awkward and try not to mention them. Yes, what is there at the beginning of your career! Venerable actors are not immune from failures either. Unfortunately for them, the past cannot be erased.
In an interview with TimesTalks in 2016, Ben Affleck said that he "hates" Daredevil. And this hatred prompted him to star in" Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice "– he"wanted to do everything right for once, to make a good version of a superhero movie."
Michelle Pfeiffer said Hollywood.com in 2007:
When Halle Berry accepted her Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress in a Movie, she said:
When a fan tweeted Lindsay Lohan that he had watched this movie twice in a night, she replied:
In an interview on a Sydney radio station, when it came to this romantic film, Nicole Kidman said:
In a 2015 interview with Howard Stern, Channing Tatum said:
And he added something about a bad script.
In an interview with Esquire magazine in 2015, Will Smith said that this film was the most painful failure in his career. He noted that it was very painful, because he brought his son Jayden to the project.
In 2013, Cher told The Guardian that director Steve Antin was "a really terrible director," and added:
In 2015, Kelly Clarkson told US Weekly:
In an interview with Reddit, Bill Murray said that the only reason he signed a contract to voice "Garfield" was because he thought that the director – Joel Cohen – was one of the Cohen brothers.
Jamie Lee Curtis in an interview in 2018 called the film "Virus" a "piece of shit".
Zac Efron said in an interview with Men's Journal that when he thinks about that time (when the series of musical films "Cool Musical" was filmed), he looks at himself from the outside and sometimes he "wants to kick this guy's ass."