Many people believe that hosting a talk show is easy because all you have to do is sit on a comfy sofa and ask simple questions of celebrity guests. But judging by the large number of celebrities who have tried and failed, it’s a lot harder than it looks.
If Kelly Clarkson or Drew Barrymore used their existing fame to springboard into a successful chat show host career, Kris Jenner couldn’t have created the same success for the less fortunate “Kris” talk show. And Ricki Lake is in the same situation as Kris Jenner, whose eponymous show “The Ricki Lake Show” was canceled after one season due to low ratings and viewership.
What are the true reasons for the cancellation of these celebrity talk shows? Maintaining a successful celebrity talk show, whether daytime or late at night, comes with a set of challenges in the highly saturated market. Additionally, while celebrities have enjoyed successful careers in television and film, they don’t always carry that charm when they’re on their own talk shows. However, those are just two of the dozens of causes that led to the program’s failure.
So, scroll down to find out more about the real reasons these celebrities’ talk shows got canceled.
#1 Kris Jenner’s Name Wasn’t Enough To Hold Up Her Talk Show
Kris Jenner’s eponymous talk show was expected to succeed because of her experience turning her entire family into reality TV celebrities. Still, Kris’s famous name and history weren’t enough to hold up the series. The show was canceled after a six-week test run. Frank Cichas, senior vice president of programming at Fox, said about his thought on Kris’s show: “When the camera was on she looked not just like a deer in the headlights, but like a deer that already got hit.” Ouch!
#2 Critics Didn’t Approve Of “Brand X With Russell Brand”
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Although Russell Brand is renowned for his distinctive personality, not everyone likes the quirky comedian. In 2012, the actor launched his late-night television series “Brand X With Russell Brand”, which included his frank comments. FX bravely decided to take a chance on Brand, but they later canceled the show due to poor reviews. Brand’s “tasteless jokes” were denounced by the Daily Mail, while the Los Angeles Times reported that not even the live audience seemed amused. Brand X lasted for two seasons before being terminated.
#3 Ellen Ended Her Show Shortly After Toxic Work Allegations
With a staggering 171 Daytime Emmy Award nominations, 61 of which it won, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” enjoyed tremendous success. But after toxic workplace allegations, the program lost approximately a quarter of its more than 4 million viewers. In 2020, adverse feedback regarding the working environment of the production process became public, which prompted WarnerMedia to launch an investigation. DeGeneres apologized and promised to change the atmosphere after three executive producers were dismissed as a consequence. The host said that season 19 would be the last one in May 2021. She told The Hollywood Reporter that the series was “just not a challenge anymore.”
#4 “The Ricki Lake Show” Tanked After One Season
Ricki Lake should be able to succeed in the talk show industry. The actress’s wildly popular chat show from the 1990s ran for more than ten years! But “The Ricki Lake Show” which marked Lake’s comeback to daytime television eight years later, is a failure. Even though Lake served as both the show’s host and producer, she was unable to compete with newer talk shows. Due to poor ratings and viewership, 20th Television decided to terminate the show after one season.
#5 Anderson Cooper’s Rebranding Attempt Didn’t Work
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Although Anderson Cooper is known as an anchorman, he chose to try his hand at hosting a daytime talk show in 2011. Cooper served as both the show’s host and executive producer, which gave him some leeway when the first season was met with low ratings. Cooper and his team redesigned the set, and changed its name from “Anderson” to “Anderson Live”. Warner Bros. Television terminated the show after two seasons due to poor ratings even with these adjustments.
#6 “The Rosie Show” Didn’t Attract Enough Viewers
The fact that Rosie O’Donnell had her own talk show in the 1990s and it ran for five years contributed to her notoriety. Only O’Donnell’s withdrawal from that talk show caused it to terminate, but that wasn’t the case with her second talk show, “The Rosie Show” debuting on OWN in 2012. Its ratings weren’t as high as those of her prior programs. Instead, top guests started rejecting offers to come back. OWN ended the program after just one season due to low ratings.
#7 “FABLife” Couldn’t Go On Without Tyra Banks
Tyra Banks is no stranger to hosting television shows. After leading the highly successful reality series America’s Next Top Model, Banks took on daytime television. “The Tyra Banks Show” won several Emmys throughout its five seasons, making her an obvious choice to host “FABlife”. Model Chrissy Teigen, fashion editor Joe Zee, interior designer Lauren Makk, and YouTube celebrity Leah Ashley served as co-hosts on Banks’ upcoming program. Despite having such a strong cast, the program couldn’t continue once Tyra Banks left midway through season 1. ABC/Disney announced the following January that FABlife wouldn’t have a second season.
#8 Harry Connick Jr.’s Show Gradually Declined
Harry Connick Jr. is a multitalented and charismatic celebrity, so he was given his own talk show. Harry debuted in 2016 and garnered five Daytime Emmy Award nominations! The program received conflicting reviews despite its popularity. Throughout the two seasons that the show aired on television, the ratings dropped. When NBCUniversal Television announced that they wouldn’t be renewing it, Connick Jr. maintained a positive outlook. The musician said that he was very proud of the show and promised to “continue to find avenues to uplift our country.”
#9 Queen Latifah’s Award-Winning Show Flopped… Twice
Rapper, actress, and producer Queen Latifah got her first talk show in 1999. “The Queen Latifah Show”, dubbed the “Dear Abby for the Hip-Hop Generation,” included both famous people and regular people. Nevertheless, the series ended in 2001. More than ten years later, “The Queen Latifah Show” was selected to be resurrected by Sony Pictures Television. It had its second debut in 2013, and its initial airing received excellent reviews. Even in 2014, Latifah was recognized with the People’s Choice Award for Favorite New Talk Show Host. However, dwindling ratings in the second season led to another cancelation.
#10 “The Chevy Chase Show” Was Famously Criticized
Chevy Chase gained many fans for his performances on “Saturday Night Live” and in big-budget movies, but after his disastrous late-night talk show the admiration quickly turned into disdain. The Chevy Chase Show became one of the most critically panned talk shows to date. Entertainment Weekly accused Chase of giving “vulgarity a bad name” and gave the show an F rating. Time said Chase “succeeded at nothing.” Unsurprisingly, the program only attracted half as many viewers as the advertisers had anticipated. After barely five weeks on the air, Fox canceled the program.
#11 George Lopez Accused TBS Of Not Wanting His Show
George Lopez decided to try his hand at late-night television soon after the finale of his self-titled comedy. His program, “Lopez Tonight”, was successful in attracting a wide range of viewers, but everything fell apart when it was moved to a later time slot. Reportedly, TBS made the move so that Conan could air at that time instead. In a statement to HuffPost, Lopez accused the network of not wanting the show, or more specifically, the demographic. Instead of bringing his program to the next level, he said TBS played it safe. “Lopez Tonight” was discontinued after two seasons.
#12 Busy Philipps’ “Busy Tonight” Lacked Personality
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In 2018, Busy Philipps acquired her own late-night talk program with the witty name “Busy Tonight”. The show had a huge roster of famous guests and unique comedy parts, but E! canceled it after one season. Philipps was shocked to learn of the cancellation and posted a “I don’t know what to say” response to it on Instagram. Some critiques by critics give insight on what could have been the series’ one weak link. Variety’s Daniel D’Addario accused the show of lacking personality, while The Ringer’s Rob Harvilla called it “tough sledding.”
#13 “The Wanda Sykes Show” Only Lasted A Single Season
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Wanda Sykes originally gained notoriety for her outstanding writing for “The Chris Rock Show”, for which she won an Emmy. Sykes has achieved success in both comedy and acting, so she looked a lock to host a lucrative talk show. In its first season, The Wanda Sykes Show starred comic Keith Robinson.Even though Entertainment Weekly named Sykes one of the 25 funniest people in America, her humor failed to turn out high ratings. Fox canceled the show after one season, which left the network void of an original late-night program for the first time in 15 years.
#14 “The Bonnie Hunt Show” Ended Despite Emmy Nominations
Source: Warner Bros. Television
One of the more mysterious talk show endings was “The Bonnie Hunt Show”, which garnered three Emmy nominations in its first season and again in its second season. Hunt was an actress, comedian, director, producer, and writer who was well-versed in every aspect of the business. Her show, which received the 2009 Gracie Award for Best Talk Show. The same year, it was announced that The Bonnie Hunt Show wouldn’t return for a third season. The program was apparently canceled by Warner Bros. owing to low ratings, which is unexpected given how well it was received.
#15 Johnson’s “The Magic Hour” Lacked Magic
Source: 20th Century Fox
Though Magic Johnson had a slamdunk career in the NBA, his success didn’t translate to late-night television. His talk show, “The Magic Hour”, premiered in 1998 and immediately received high ratings. Ironically, considering the nature of the program, many have criticized it for being uninteresting. Though one episode that was anything but dull featured Howard Stern, spiked ratings, it wasn’t enough. After just two months, 20th Century Fox canceled “The Magic Hour”.
10 Famous People Who Choose to Live Quiet and Humble Lives When They Leave the Spotlights
When people achieve a certain degree of success, you almost expect them to change. With so much money and attention, it’s easy to fall into the pitfalls of arrogance and obnoxiousness. However, while there are lots of stuck-up celebs, there are also those who haven’t let fame go to their heads.
“Wealth and success don’t make you happy,” Leonardo DiCaprio once said. Perhaps as a result of this way of thinking, many people who work in the entertainment industry maintain a low-key lifestyle after their workday is done.
These people have succeeded in remaining grounded in an industry that tries to force them otherwise. They really understand what is truly important in life, whether it be giving money to charity, spending time with fans, or just being a good person. Millions of people from all over the world now love and appreciate them as a result. Here are 10 famous people who, when not in the spotlight, choose to lead quiet, modest lives.
#1 Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie is a famous actress, yet she understands the importance of being modest. Her daughters are supposed to be careful with money and to wear her gowns on the red carpet. You can see her doing normal things like grocery shopping with her kids occasionally.
#2 Cameron Diaz
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Cameron Diaz is an excellent example of a celebrity who is also a normal citizen. Her Instagram feed is filled with daily activities that we all do – cooking, socializing, and shopping. Nothing extravagant, just normal happy life.
#3 Halle Berry
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Halle Berry is another celebrity who loves to live a simple life. She’s occasionally seen doing grocery shopping sans makeup and looking like an ordinary person.
Halle practices self-care and fitness to live a healthy lifestyle and inspire other women to do the same: “I got diagnosed with diabetes and I quickly learned that I could control my diabetes and live a longer, healthier life if I exercised regularly, changed my diet, and did some things in my life that are called de-stressors.”
#4 Justin Bieber
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Justin Bieber chose to prioritize his family life over his career. “I am now very focused on repairing some of the deep-rooted issues that I have as most of us have so that I don’t fall apart so that I can sustain my marriage and be the father I want to be,” he wrote in an Instagram post. He tries to keep his promise and spends a lot of time with Hailey.
#5 Kate Middleton
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Kate Middleton can fit as a royal role model for many young girls. Despite her high status, she lives a normal life. Kate will even buy a dress from Zara and wear it several times. She was also found flying in economy class. For example, she and her children were seen coming off a £73 economy flight to Scotland.
#6 Leonardo DiCaprio
From 2010 to 2016, Leonardo DiCaprio was on Forbes’ annual list of highest-paid actors. He seems to be able to buy gold toilets and a new mansion every month. Instead, he opts for a normal life. For example, he was seen giving instructions to a lost tourist on a rainy day in Manhattan.
Furthermore, DiCaprio understands the needs of the poor and gives his money to the world. His foundation will donate $3 million to Australia’s bushfire recovery efforts in 2020.
#7 Mariah Carey
Commuting by subway is something that all of us who have to go to work or school do daily. But singer Mariah Carey thought there was no reason for her not to participate as well. She also took the subway since she wanted to be a part of this experience. But, of course, she did it her way, always looking dazzling and dressed as if she were preparing to perform. Yes, she took the subway in a gala gown in New York City, and she even captured the moment with a humorous story that she then posted on Instagram.
#8 Reese Witherspoon
Despite her amazingly successful career, the lead actress of Legally Blonde (2001) may easily demonstrate that she is a normal caring mother. She used to take her children, Ava and Deacon, to the park and babysit them while they played on the playground, just like any other non-celebrity mom. They’d then have a picnic and a couple of delicious slices of pizza.
#9 Shailene Woodley
Shailene Woodley is a famous actress, environmentalist, and climate advocate. Her mother and she co-founded a non-profit organization that teaches young people empathy, compassion, and responsibility.
Woodley stays grounded and unspoiled. “I go outside whether I’m in the city or backwoods of any state. I connect with the ground, the trees, just breathing fresh air while I go for a walk and I find myself living in my heart instead of in my mind,” she says. Woodley prefers natural products and makeup and tries to live a natural life.
#10 Tobey Maguire
Tobey’s only acting role since 2014 was in 2017’s Boss Baby. He gave up his celebrity to pursue a career as a producer. He simply disappeared from Hollywood after Spider-Man. He prefers a quiet life with friends while raising his two children.
10+ Ingenious Comedies About Idiots That Make Your Mouth Wide Open For Laughing
Dumb characters never fail to tickle our ribs. From their words to their body gestures, the silliness comes and makes everybody laugh till they drop on the floor. Something about idiots is unexplainably charming. Even their breaths only can be super funny. Who will say no to a comedy about stupidity for laughter?
There are plenty of features in this genre. Even though viewers can be tickled easily by acting dumb and ridiculous punch lines, only those written and produced excellently can last and become cult classics. Their characters might look bold and brainless on the screen, but everything else about them is amazing.
Those are comedies about foolishness from clever moviemakers that will definitely entertain you to your heart’s content. Here they are.
#1. Three Idiots
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Two friends are searching for their long-lost companion. They revisit their college days and recall the memories of their friend who inspired them to think differently, even as the rest of the world called them “idiots”.
#2. White Chicks
Source: Columbia Pictures
Two disgraced FBI agents go way undercover in an effort to protect hotel heiresses the Wilson sisters from a kidnapping plot. The film received negative comments from critics but was a big commercial success.
#3. Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle
Source: New Line Cinema
A Korean-American office worker and his Indian-American stoner friend embark on a quest to satisfy their desire for White Castle burgers. Sound funny, right?
#4. Hangover trilogy
Source: Warner Bros. Pictures
Doug and his three best men go to Las Vegas to celebrate his bachelor party. However, the three best men wake up the next day with a hangover and realize that Doug is missing.
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At the end of his career, a clueless fashion model is brainwashed to kill the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Can you guess what might come next?
#6. Dumb And Dumber
Source: New Line Cinema
After a woman leaves a briefcase at the airport terminal, a dumb limo driver and his dumber friend set out on a hilarious cross-country road trip to Aspen to return it.
#7. Tropic Thunder
Source: Dreamworks Pictures
Through a series of freak occurrences, a group of actors shooting a big-budget war movie is forced to become the soldiers they are portraying.
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Private Joe Bauers, a decisively average American, is selected as a guinea pig for a top-secret hibernation program but is forgotten, awakening to a future so incredibly moronic he’s easily the most intelligent person alive.
#9. They Came Together
Molly owns a quaint little sweet shop. Joel works for a gigantic candy company threatening to shut her down. How they meet, fall in love, break up and get back together is hilariously recounted in this rom-com spoof.
#10. Addams Family Values
Source: Paramount Pictures
The Addams Family try to rescue their beloved Uncle Fester from his gold-digging new love, a black widow named Debbie. They are bizarre but fabulous.
#11. The Death Of Dick Long
Dick died last night, and Zeke and Earl don’t want anybody finding out how. That’s too bad though, cause news travels fast in small-town Alabama.
#12. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Source: Universal Pictures
When it becomes clear that his solo album is a failure, a former boy band member does everything in his power to maintain his celebrity status. Now, he is desperate.
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Kazakh TV talking head Borat is dispatched to the United States to report on the greatest country in the world. With a documentary crew in tow, Borat becomes more interested in locating and marrying Pamela Anderson.
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8 Non-Disney Cartoons That Promise Remarkable Live-Action Or CGI Remakes
We all are familiar with the live-action adaptation or CGI remakes of many Disney cartoons. Some notable names are Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Alice in Wonderland, and the list goes on. Many animated films have regained the heat after the live-action or CGI versions hit theaters. Some mediocre cartoons even have a chance to reach the top rank if the remakes are successful. Of course, besides Disney productions, cartoons from other studios are also considered to be put on the big screen, and here are 8 of them.
Scroll down to see if your favorite one has its name on the list!
#1 The Last Unicorn (1982)
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Topcraft’s animation is the journey of the last eternal unicorn to find other members of her kind. The team of the unicorn, a bumbling magician, and a bandit’s wife sets off on a fascinating adventure and faces many dangers. On the way, the legendary creature learns many precious lessons about love and regret.
A weak point in the original version is the stiff and awkward character designs. However, it lays a strong foundation for a CGI mixed live-action remake.
#2 The Adventures of Mark Twain (1985)
Will Vinton introduced the enthralling works of the father of American literature to children through this stop-motion animation. The audience would follow Tom Sawyer and his friend to discover Mark Twain’s airship. They explored the place while watching and listening to Twain’s stories before they realized the ship was heading into Halley’s Comet.
As stop-motion has many limits, the film’s CGI remake seems to promise a much better version. The lively animation associated with the famous writer’s absorbing stories will make it a top-notch movie.
#3 Perfect Blue (1997)
Perfect Blue revolved around Mima Kirigoe, a J-pop idol-turned-actor. Mima intends to stick to her acting career, but a menace of a mysterious stalker and a series of peculiar murders around her mess up her plan.
This adult animated film could become a fascinating psychological thriller with an ideal cast as Mima and the right level of visual effects.
#4 We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story (1993)
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With the time machine, a scientist decides to gift the children of the 20th century in New York City with sentimental dinosaurs brought from their natural habitats.
We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story could be turned into a lovely live-action CGI hybrid film. Cinematic dinosaurs can’t be more real, and this lighthearted script will make dinosaurs’ images much better, at least compared to Jurassic Park. After all, people should be reminded that dinosaurs are more than monsters.
#5 Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1989)
Source: Amazon Prime Video
Little Nemo is upset since his parents are too busy to take him to the circus. That night, he meets members of the circus in his dream, and they introduce him to King Morpheus, ruler of Slumberland. When Nemo sees the king, he was offered an opportunity to rule the kingdom and protect it from the Nightmare King.
A dreamland like Slumberland is a perfect place for creativity, and innovative animators know how to make the best use of it. Looking at similar movies like Inside Out and Soul will make you certain about the success of this film’s CGI remake.
#6 Animal Farm (1954)
The animated movie Animal Farm was adapted from George Orwell’s famous novel of the same name. The story is about an animal farm that represents the rise of the Soviet Union. Under the Old Major the boar’s leadership, the animals of Manor Farm chase away the farmer to gain independence. However, the utopia turns out a nightmare for the animals under the dominance of Major’s successors.
Andy Serkis is the director of the latest animated adaptation of the story. His talent combined with the assistance of CGI technology will likely guarantee a first-rate adaptation movie.
#7 Wizards (1977)
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Written by Ralph Bakshi, the movie feature the fight between two wizard brothers over the governance of a post-apocalyptic Earth. The malicious brother, Blackwolf, uses a projector with Nazi propaganda to provoke his troop. To stop his evil plan, Avatar, his brother, with some weird companions decide to confront him.
The action flick doesn’t leave much impression on the viewers due to its old-fashioned and cheap-looking animation. The battle could be more exciting and absorbing with more detailed character designs in the CGI remake.
#8 Cats Don’t Dance (1997)
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The young cat Danny is ambitious about becoming a renowned Hollywood actor. However, he gradually realized that animal actors only play cameo roles while humans take charge of all the main parts. Instead of giving up, he and his fellow actors are determined to prove their capability and get what they deserve.
Though the animation Cats Don’t Dance failed hard, the meaningful premise should be brought back to the screen. Having been successful with Space Jam: A New Legacy, Warner Brothers can definitely handle a new version with CGI models of Cats Don’t Dance.
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12 Low-Budget Films That Made Eye-Popping Revenue at the Box Office
There’s no denying that movies are more costly than ever. It’s not rare for a production company to invest hundreds of millions ( even billions) in filmmaking. As long as you have the right actor, director, or intellectual property, you may be able to recoup your huge investment. But what about ambitious directors who can’t afford to make a film about your favorite superhero or cast any big-name actors? The independent market is for directors with a limited budget. Low investment, low return.
However, there are certain exceptions: when a low-budget film outperforms expectations. This unusual event can launch unknown actors to stardom and first-time directors to legends. You may be familiar with some breakout independent films, but you’d be shocked how many of your favorite films had a far lower budget than you expected.
To clarify, this list isn’t rated only by the lowest budget, but rather by how successful the films were given the budget they had to deal with. So, without further ado, here are 12 low-budget films that went on to become box office hits.
#1 A Nightmare on Elm Street
- Budget: $1,800,000
- Box Office: $57,000,000
Before New Line Cinema agreed to produce the story of Freddy Krueger, which was rejected by many businesses. However, the studio had financial difficulties throughout filming. The cast and crew worked for two weeks without pay. The company was successful in attracting investors and achieving its first commercial success.
#2 Blue Valentine
- Budget: $1,000,000
- Box Office: $16,600,000
Many years passed between the time the script was written and the film’s release. The director wanted to shoot the characters at different ages, but due to financial limitations, this was not possible. He also waived his fees to help finance the film. But it all paid off when the film became a smashing blockbuster.
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- Budget: $4,000,000
- Box Office: $57,300,000
It took 12 years to complete this film. The director updated the script every year, and the actors based their characters on real-life examples. The crew met 1-2 times every year for 3-4 days of filming. Despite the risks, the producers supported the extended production, which resulted in some extremely cool effects.
#4 Dirty Dancing
- Budget: $5,000,000
- Box Office: $214,600,000
It took a lot of effort to make this film. Companies turned down the script one by one, the budget was twice as low as average, and the film’s main actors all had conflicts. Even after the film was completed, no one liked it. Despite this, it became a film classic, grossing more than $200 million.
- Budget: $1,500,000
- Box Office: $99,500,000
The creators of the Saw film franchise made this film. Again, a minimal budget did not prevent the crew from making a picture in three weeks and recouping expenses up to 66 times over, since the film grossed almost $100 million.
#6 Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
- Budget: $1,350,000
- Box Office: $28,100,000
This was Guy Ritchie’s debut full-length film, and it pushed him to global fame. The world also met Jason Statham and Vinnie Jones, who made their film debuts. Despite its low budget, the film received numerous honors and won the hearts of audiences.
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- Budget: $1,500,000
- Box Office: $65,300,000
According to several sources, the film’s budget was $4 million. However, the director says that it was closer to 1.5 million. The shoot lasted 25 days, and none of the three actors who played the main character, Chiron, interacted with any other on set.
#8 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
- Budget: $4,400,000
- Box Office: $163,250,000
Producers were skeptical about this sensational film’s theme. They declined to produce the film. Kirk Douglas, who owned the story’s rights, eventually sold them to his son, Michael. He was then able to find a producer and fund the production himself.
#9 Pulp Fiction
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- Budget: $8,000,000
- Box Office: $213,900,000
At first, the film’s budget was significantly smaller. However, the participation of Bruce Willis in the cast helped drive the budget to $8 million. However, $5 million went to actor fees, leaving only $3 million for filming.
Source: © Rocky / United Artists
- Budget: $960,000
- Box Office: $225,000,000
Sylvester Stallone wrote the screenplay for the film in only 3.5 days. Due to a lack of funds for filming, the actor’s family members played minor roles. His sibling sang while his father rang the bell in the ring.
Source: © Saw / Lions Gate Films
- Budget: $1,200,000
- Box Office: $103,096,345
Nobody could predict the amazing Saw franchise to be so successful. The majority of the actors were unknown, and the film was classified as independent. The bathroom was the only set built for the film, which was shot in only 18 days.
#12 The Terminator
- Budget: $6,400,000
- Box Office: $78,300,000
Director James Cameron got the inspiration for the Terminator character from a dream he had while sick. When the script was written, financing was limited. And Cameron was forced to sell it for $1 on the condition that he become the director. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger did not believe in the film’s success, and happily, he was wrong.
Love The Movies But Hate The Posters? Just Watch This Artist Re-Design Them!
An excellent poster can draw many more audiences to the theater, the live show, or any event displayed on it. A handful of fans reveal that sometimes, they are not interested in a movie but are amused and hypnotized by its poster, so they go to the cinema to watch it and fall for it forever. Posters can be considered the first faces of features and pull attention effectively.
Designing a movie poster is never a piece of cake. Poster designers don’t always have ideas to create and improvise. Hence, an internet designer and illustrator, Doaly, offers other options for those fans who don’t like their favorite flicks’ posters. His incredible skill and magical digital drawing technique are inarguably mesmerizing.
We have picked thirty re-designed movie posters from Disney cartoons to thrillers shared on Doaly’s Instagram account. Don’t miss them if you are so into art!
#1. A Spider-Verse for your feed
#2. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2
#5. Black Panther
#8. Dare Devil
#10. Dr. Strange
#12. Doom Patrol
#13. Sonic The Hedgehog
#15. Shang Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings
#16. Lord Of The Rings trilogy
#19. Jurassic Park
#21. Star Wars: Rise Of The Skywalker
#22. Bruce Lee
#23. Toy Story
#24. Mary Poppins Returns
#27. Dug Days
#28. Top Gun Maverick
#30. Significant Other
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