10 Bad Casting Decisions That Made Movies Better
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Sometimes we are baffled when the cast is released for movies. People are even outraged. Here is a list we have compiled for you.
Anyone who knows of Bridget Jones was mind boggled when Renee Zelweger was cast to play a British woman.
Fans were outraged when they figured out Pride & Prejudice would be remade and Keira Knightley would be starring in it.
Comic book fan boys couldn’t believe Michael Keaton was going to play the Caped Crusader in 1989. They even sent letters to the studio complaining.
Charlize Theron in Monster is said to be one of the greatest performances of all-time on film. She wowed audiences being hardly recognizable on screen.
Jonah Hill landed his first dramatic role in Moneyball with Brad Pitt and was nominated for Best-Supporting Actor.
Albert Brooks took a break from comedy to portray a gangster in the neo-noir film Drive starring Ryan Gosling.
When Daniel Craig was reported to be the new face of 007, fans were highly skeptical. He was blonde, short, and had the face of a professional boxer. Not how one generally perceives her Majesty’s favorite spy.
Anne Hathaway was not seen as being attractive enough to portray Selena Kyle/Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises and fans were highly skeptical of how she would portray the infamous character.
Fans of The Hunger Games did not want Jennifer Lawrence to play their beloved Katniss Everdeen saying her cheeks were too chubby and her blonde hair wasn’t fitting.
Heath Ledger was widely scoffed at when he was cast as The Joker for The Dark Knight because he wasn’t seen as being edgy enough.
Although we may be upset at who was cast for certain movies, a lot of times it works out in the long run. We have been blown away with performances that we originally thought would stink.