11 Actors And Actresses Who Have Slammed Their Own Movies

  
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Actors and actresses go through quite a process before deciding on what acting roles to take. When big stars attach their name to a project, it instantly drives anticipation, excitement and a much higher level of expectations. For one reason or another, some films have turned into disappointments for the stars who then refuse to promote the movie, or worse, publicly slam it. For some of these stars it easy to understand why the stars turned their backs on it because of a poor script or it bombed at the box office, for others it was personal. From known divas to the nicest in Hollywood, many have not held back their true feelings about some of their projects, resulting in a lot of public bashing.

11. Mark Wahlberg

After the hate and numerous Razzie awards, most would think that the one film Mark Wahlberg has shown disdain for would be Transformers: Age of Extinction, but that isn’t the case. At a press conference for his film The Fighter in 2010, two years after the box office flop The Happening came out, Wahlberg discussed working with his Fighter co-star Amy Adams, who had been in talks to star in the disaster film as well, and ended up slamming his older film. “[We were] having lunch before to talk about another move and it was a bad movie that I did. She dodged the bullet. And then I was still able to… I don’t want to tell you what movie…alright ‘The Happening.’ F–k it. It is what it is. F–king trees, man. The plants. F–k it. You can’t blame me for not wanting to try to play a science teacher. At least I wasn’t playing a cop or a crook.”

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10. Megan Fox

It is no secret that there was a lot of drama between Megan Fox and Transformers director Michael Bay, so it isn’t surprising that she has been negative not only about the film, but about Bay as well. Since Fox thinks of herself as one of the greatest acting talents in Hollywood, she disliked the fact the movie was not “about acting.” Fox told Entertainment Weekly, “I mean, I can sh-t on this movie because it did give me a career and open all these doors for me. But I don’t want to blow smoke up people’s a–. People are well aware that this is not a movie about acting.” Then of course she uttered the now infamous lines that got her booted from the franchise: “The franchise has too much SFX and not enough acting opportunities […] Michael Bay wants to be like Hitler on his sets…”

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Jaimie Trueblood/©Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection

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