As much as we tend to equate them to gods, celebrities also make mistakes. We’re just stating this so you don’t go around thinking that they’re all too perfect. Talking about making mistakes, some celebrities have openly admitted to hating some of their on-screen movie characters and wish they had never been part of those movies. Check them our below:
Emilia Clarke hated her role in Terminator Genisys, a movie that also tanked at the box office. Clarke told Vanity Fair that she was relieved that the film didn’t do well so that she won’t have to do any sequels.
Robert Pattinson in ‘Twilight‘
Twilight has gained a huge fan following over the years and made Robert Pattinson very famous. However, the actor hates not only the film series but also his character Edward Cullen. Pattinson went on to say, “He’s the most ridiculous person…the more I read the script, the more I hated this guy…plus, he’s a 108-year-old virgin so he’s obviously got some issues there.“
Katherine Heigl in ‘Knocked Up’
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Katherine Heigl said that her movie was a little sexist. She went on to say that it was hard for to her love the movie as it portrayed women as shrews, humorless, and uptight.
Mark Wahlberg in ‘Boogie Nights’
Wahlberg dislikes his role in Boogie Nights so much that he has even gone to the extent of asking God for forgiveness. The actor plays an A-list porn star in the film and while speaking to Chicago Inc he said, “I just always hope that God is a movie fan and also forgiving because I’ve made some poor choices in my past.” He added, “Boogie Nights is up there at the top of the list.”
George Clooney in ‘Batman & Robin’
Batman & Robin is considered to be the worst Batman film made and George Clooney apologized to disappointed fans. In one interview Clooney said, “I am the least qualified person to comment on anyone playing the role of Batman since I so terribly destroyed the part.”
If you didn’t like G.I Joe you’re not the only one. Tatum himself hated the movie. In an interview, he said, “I’ll be honest. I f**king hate that movie. I was pushed into doing it. The script wasn’t any good.” Well, the film did in a way boost Tatum’s career and the actor acknowledged that and added that it could’ve been worse.