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11 Stars Who Hated The Roles They Are Known For

There can be many reasons why actors don’t remember a movie or a character they played favorably, ranging from a bad script to a long production process. Although the films entertained us as viewers, it is always interesting to get a glimpse of what was going on behind the scenes. And you know what’s more interesting is that these movies are blockbusters and still actors revealed they aren’t a fan of the roles they are known for.


So what are you waiting for people keep on scrolling down below and make sure you scroll down till the end otherwise, you are going to miss a lot of knowledge here. We are sure that you are going to love this compilation.

1. Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia in Star Wars

Carrie Fisher once mentioned that if she had known Star Wars was going to be such huge success, she wouldn’t have agreed to play the role. She didn’t have several major roles before becoming Princess Leia, and as such, the actress went from virtually unknown to massive super celebrity overnight.

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2. Meryl Streep as Miranda in The Devil Wears Prada


During the filming, Meryl Streep decided to try the technique of trying to act, wherein she tried to pretend to be Miranda in real life and prevented her co-stars, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt. It did, even so, have an influence on Streep’s mental health. “It was horrible! It was horrible!” she recalled of the experience. “I was unhappy in my trailer.”

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3. Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor in Terminator Genisys


The starlet claims that the movie’s production was chaotic and that “nobody had good time,” such as the director. Whenever the film bombed at the box office, she was reassured that she would not have to return for just about any sequels. Emilia Clarke recalls that every person was conscious of the production’s difficulties, so the crew of Fantastic Four, which was filming nearby, were given jackets that read, “At least we are not on Terminator.”

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4. Penn Badgley as Joe in You


Penn Badgley’s character in the show, Joe, is a hunter, so he would want to emphasise that he disdains the dude he plays and has absolutely nothing in common with him. He asserted that the second season of the series enclosed scenes that made him believe he had never disliked Joe as much as he does now.

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She  regrets taking part in the film because she believes it was a bad project. She blames it on her youth, claiming that she only participated because she “was young and didn’t know any better.”

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6. Presenting you Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique in X-Men


The performer stated that she did enjoy the X-Men films and yet scorned the body paint she was forced to wear. She took on the role when she was youthful, so she won’t fancy the “fumes and toxins” in her makeup at the time, but after turning 25, she became more fully cognizant of it. To add to her experience, it took her 8 hours to put on hair and makeup during the production of one film.

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7. The Jonas Brothers

The Brothers starred in the Cartoon Network series Donovan as mythologized variants of themselves to a younger crowd. The band stated that they regretted ever taking on this project. Nick Jonas disclosed that the exhibition “stunted their growth” and precluded them from developing. Individuals were treating people as a “joke” rather than a serious band, according to Kevin Jonas, as a result of both the show.

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February 6, 2009
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8. Anya Taylor-Joy as Thomasin in The Witch


Anya Taylor-first Joy’s role in The Witch, and when she saw how the film turned out, she did think she’d never collaborate again. The actress was dissatisfied with her own performance and felt she didn’t do it correctly, letting everyone down.


9. Presenting you Kate Winslet as character rose in Titanic


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This role may well have earned Kate Winslet an Oscar nomination, but the starlet has asserted that she has been unable to see the movie because she was unsatisfied with her performance in “every scene.” The performer was also dissatisfied with her American accent.

10. Daniel Craig as James Bond in James Bond movies


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When asked if he ever wanted to do another Bond movie, the actor said that he doesn’t want to do it “in this moment” or “at all.” He said that this is a thing of the past, so all he wants to do is move on.

11. Ian McKellen as Gandalf in The Hobbit

The performer mentioned that he did not recollect seeing a screen while going to film The Lord of the Rings films. So if the scene implicated his persona climbing a hill, the actor would be present trying to film it as well. Even so, technology has advanced and many scenes inside The Hobbit were shot using a green screen. It was a “miserable” encounter, according to Ian McKellen.

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