Annoying Actor Replacements

Movie sequels are never that surprising anymore. Many studios plan for multiple movies with the same characters in order to continue to draw interest from audiences. Sometimes a studio or an actor will decide that they don’t want to continue their role beyond one movie, forcing the studio to replace them. Take a look at some of the most annoying actor replacements in this week’s gallery. ~Greg Chisholm

Comments & Discussion

  1. danny • January 4, 2017 @ 10:49 PM

    Seriously? BullSh*t Clickbait… half of these, they don’t bother to make sense. The rest… THEY CLEARLY SAY “the actor was replaced, and it was BETTER.” How is that annoying? Replacing a horrible actor (sabertooth) with a better one, for “greater range,” how is that annoying? Answer? They don’t give a s-it, you clicked and got 18 pop ups.

  2. Grindal • January 5, 2017 @ 9:03 AM

    Maybe it’s because it’s incredibly annoying when there’s a replacement, because it forces you to suspend your disbelief and then sometimes it turns out the new actor is better. Personally, I don’t care if they’re better. Keep the old one. Once you’ve cast someone, unless it’s a soap opera, don’t recast. I can never get used to someone new in a role that someone else played.

  3. Cil • January 8, 2017 @ 10:16 AM

    No. Nolan’s Batman trilogy is not the best trilogy ever made. Begins was soooooooooo good and then came crap TDK and TDKR. Star Wars 4-6? Captain America 1-3? Pirates of the Caribbean 1-3?

  4. Martin • May 12, 2017 @ 5:27 PM

    Yeah, it’s soooo annoying and inconvinient when someone dies and has to be re-cast.
    How dare he die! :p

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