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Actors who got replaced at the last minute


Julianne Moore revealed on "Watch What Happens Live" that she was fired from "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" after she and Nicole Holofcener had different ideas for the role. The role ultimately went to Melissa McCarthy.

Ryan Gosling revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that he was fired from "The Lovely Bones" because he gained 60 pounds for the role. He said, "We had a different idea of how the character should look, I really believed he should be 210 pounds." Gosling was dropped from the project just days before production began, and Mark Wahlberg took over his role.

"Knocked Up" almost starred Anne Hathaway until the had second thoughts about the graphic birth scene in the film. She told Allure, "My issue with it was that having not experienced motherhood myself, I didn't know how I was gonna feel on the other side about giving birth. And by the way, I could pop a kid out and think, 'Oh, well, I really should have done that movie.'" The role then went to Katherine Heigl, who wound up panning the movie as sexist in later comments.

Sylvester Stallone had massive hits under his belt with "Rocky" and "Rambo," but his lack of comedic timing got him ousted from "Beverly Hills Cop" according to The New York Times. He was then replaced by Eddie Murphy who led the movie to wild success in 1984.

Judy Garland was the original Helen Lawson in "Valley of the Dolls," but her addiction proved too much when she would come to set inebriated. She ultimately passed away at the age of 47 from an overdose, but not before being replaced by Susan Hayward in the role.

"Paddington" felt they had the wrong tone when they cast Colin Firth as the voice of titular character. Even though Firth had completed the entire movie, he was replaced by Ben Whishaw instead.

Although Michelle Pfeiffer made the role iconic, the part of Catwoman in "Batman Returns" was originally set to be played by Annette Bening. Bening became pregnant and had to drop out of filming, leading to Pfeiffer's casting.

Stuart Townsend was replaced on "Lord of the Rings" by Viggo Mortensen in 2001. He told Entertainment Weekly that he was let go after two months of training and not paid for any of his work.

Megan Fox had two "Transformers" movies under her belt when she went on record saying that the director, Michael Bay, was "a nightmare to work for." She was in production on the third installment, but was replaced by Rosie Huntington-Whitely when the comments came out.

James Purefoy wasn't fired from "V for Vendetta." He quit because he couldn't stand wearing the mask all day long. He said, "That mask is the thing I'll be wearing through the movie. We'll never see my face. It's a great acting challenge. Wearing that thing takes ... a lot of takes. Spider-Man's mask comes off. Batman's mask comes off. Even The Elephant Man had eyes. That's all I ask for, just an eye!"

Lori Petty's loss was Sandra Bullock's gain when she was fired from 1993's "Demolition Man" for complaining about her character to producer, Joel Silver.

"Back to the Future" changed the future for Michael J. Fox when producers hired him to replace Eric Stoltz after he was deemed insufficient with his comedic talents. He had filmed for weeks, but Stoltz now looks at the experience in a positive light, telling Movie Hole " I think just getting through that difficult period helped me realize how freeing it really was. I went back to acting school, I moved to Europe, I did some plays in New York, and I actually invested in myself in a way that was much healthier for me."

Samantha Morton had actually completed all of her voiceover scenes in 2014's "Her" when it was decided that she would be replaced by Scarlett Johansson.