Actors who disliked their on-screen character
Although actors are expected to be able to portray a variety of roles, this does not guarantee that they will enjoy them all. While some characters are more like their real-life counterparts, others might be diametrically opposed to their ideals and views. Actors may also become weary of certain parts or become dissatisfied because they did not depict them accurately.
Viola Davis reveals that she feels “betrayed” by her role in “The Help.” She’s spoken more about it with Vanity Fair after previously telling The New York Times that she “regretted” taking the position.
The following actors hated there on screen character:
Shailene Woodley in ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager’
The actress admitted to feeling “trapped” on the show. She told Bustle, “There were a lot of things written into the scripts that not only myself, but a lot of the actors disagreed with.” “There were belief systems pushed that were diametrically opposed to my own. But I was legally obligated to stay.”
Shailene Woodley has already spoken out about her dissatisfaction with the show. “Towards the end, morally, the things that we were preaching on that program weren’t connected with my own integrity,” she remarked after the program ended, referring to her character Amy Juergens on the teen pregnancy drama.
Andrew Lincoln in ‘Love Actually’
Andrew Lincoln was dissatisfied with his performance as Mark in ‘Love Actually,’ a British romantic comedy. “I got to portray the lone guy who doesn’t get the girl in one of the greatest romantic movies of all time,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “I’ve become this strange stalker man.”
Blake Lively in ‘Gossip Girl’
“I would not be proud to be the person who gave someone the cocaine that caused them to overdose, then shot someone then slept with someone else’s partner,” Blake Lively said of her character, Serena van der Woodsen.
Penn Badgley in ‘You’
On Twitter, Badgley had to put an end to all the crushes on his scary character, Joe Goldberg, and stated he can’t believe his admirers are so obsessed with the fake stalker.
Robert Pattinson in ‘Twilight’
In the ‘Twilight’ saga, Robert Pattinson played Edward Cullen, who was a bit of a jerk. “I grew to despise this character the more I read the story, so I played him as a manic-depressive who despises himself. He’s also a 108-year-old virgin, so he’s certain to have some troubles “he revealed to Empire.
Jamie Dornan in ’50 Shades Of Grey’
Dornan, who plays Christian Grey in the film ’50 Shades Of Grey,’ has admitted that he isn’t a fan of the rich playboy. “[He’s] not the type of guy I’d hang around with.”
Sean Connery in ‘James Bond’
The original James Bond, Sean Connery, was fed up with the British spy. He once said, according to The Guardian: “That d**ned James Bond has always irritated me. I’d want to assassinate him.” “This Bond image is a difficulty in a manner and a bit of a bore,” he told Playboy in 1965, “but one has to deal with it.”
Katherine Heigl in ‘Grey’s Anatomy’
Heigl refused to apply for an Emmy nomination the following year after winning Best Supporting Actress for her role as Izzie Stevens on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ in 2007. “That year, I told myself I wasn’t going to submit anything because I didn’t feel good about anything,” she said of her role. In 2010, she was removed from the show.