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“He Had The Intimidating Demeanor Of A Wet Wipe” — 16 Actors Who Were Totally Miscast In Their Roles

1. Topher Grace as Venom in “Spider-Man 3”

Topher Grace is a great actor, but him playing Venom? Not so much. Venom is supposed to be this big, scary villain, and Topher just didn’t bring that vibe. He seemed more like a guy you’d have a coffee with than a menacing bad guy.

2. Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”

Jesse Eisenberg’s portrayal of Lex Luthor left many scratching their heads. Lex is usually this cool, calculating mastermind, but Jesse played him like a quirky tech genius. It just didn’t fit the character we’ve come to know.

3. Cameron Diaz as Miss Hannigan in “Annie”

Cameron Diaz is fantastic in a lot of roles, but her turn as Miss Hannigan was a miss. The character is supposed to be mean and grumpy, but Cameron’s version felt more like a fun aunt who had a bad day.

4. Russell Crowe as Javert in “Les Misérables”

Russell Crowe is a talented actor, no doubt. But his singing chops didn’t quite match up for the role of Javert in “Les Misérables.” His performance felt a bit off-key, literally and figuratively.

5. Sofia Coppola as Mary Corleone in “The Godfather Part III”

Sofia Coppola is a talented filmmaker, but her acting in “The Godfather Part III” didn’t win many fans. Her portrayal of Mary Corleone felt flat and out of place in such an iconic series.

6. Keanu Reeves as Jonathan Harker in “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”

Keanu Reeves is awesome in action roles, but his attempt at a British accent in “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” was rough. His performance as Jonathan Harker just didn’t hit the mark.

7. Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones in “The World Is Not Enough”

Denise Richards as a nuclear physicist named Dr. Christmas Jones in a James Bond movie? It was a hard sell. Her performance didn’t quite convince audiences that she was a brilliant scientist.

8. John Wayne as Genghis Khan in “The Conqueror”

John Wayne is a western legend, but casting him as Genghis Khan was a huge mistake. His performance was unconvincing and awkward, making it one of the most infamous miscasts in Hollywood history.

9. Colin Farrell as Alexander the Great in “Alexander”

Colin Farrell is a strong actor, but his portrayal of Alexander the Great fell short. The movie itself was a bit of a mess, and Colin’s performance couldn’t save it.

10. Kristen Stewart as Snow White in “Snow White and the Huntsman”

Kristen Stewart’s take on Snow White didn’t quite capture the magic of the fairy tale character. Her performance felt too subdued for someone who’s supposed to be the fairest of them all.

11. George Clooney as Batman in “Batman & Robin”

George Clooney is charming and talented, but his turn as Batman was a flop. The movie itself didn’t do him any favors, but George’s performance didn’t help either.

12. Megan Fox as April O’Neil in “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

Megan Fox is known for her roles in action movies, but her portrayal of April O’Neil felt off. Fans of the original character didn’t see Megan’s version as a good fit.

13. Vince Vaughn as Norman Bates in “Psycho” (1998)

Vince Vaughn is great in comedies, but his role as Norman Bates in the “Psycho” remake was a misstep. The performance didn’t capture the eerie essence of the character.

14. Emma Stone as Allison Ng in “Aloha”

Emma Stone is a versatile actress, but her casting as Allison Ng, a character of Hawaiian and Asian descent, was widely criticized. It was a clear case of miscasting that overshadowed her performance.

15. Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher in “Jack Reacher”

Tom Cruise is a big star, but fans of the Jack Reacher books were disappointed by his casting. The character is described as a hulking figure, and Tom’s physicality didn’t match up.

16. Matthew Goode as Ozymandias in “Watchmen”

Matthew Goode is a talented actor, but his portrayal of Ozymandias in “Watchmen” felt off. The character is supposed to be a charismatic genius, but Matthew’s performance didn’t quite convey that.

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