6 Actors Whose Careers Were Ruined By DC And Marvel Movies.
3. Michael Keaton
Michael Keaton is, without a doubt, an immense name, and he could be considered in some ways the father of the modern superhero film. His two takes at the Batman apple, back in the late 1980s and mid-1990s appeared to start the advanced superhero age in film. Thereafter, he quit showing up as the Caped Crusader for a third time in Batman Forever. So can we truly say DC demolished his profession? Well, you be the judge.
After Batman Returns, the main films Keaton has made that have done decently in cinema world have been cartoons. In these, he gave the voices, alongside various others. Also, nobody considers Toy Story 3 a Michael Keaton motion picture. So, is it reasonable to consider it one of his hits? Or was it a hit he was in?
The truth of the matter is, besides a couple of champion supporting roles, movies like Jackie Brown and perhaps the Robocop revamp, his profession has been unbelievably forgettable except for one film: Birdman.
4. Topher Grace
Grace appeared as though he would turn into a huge star after the ultra-well known sitcom That ’70s Show. Indeed, his character was somewhat of a bumbling wiener; however that was only a character, correct? What’s more, to prove it, he was given a role as one of Spider-Man’s most renegade villains: Venom.
Venom, and his alter ego Eddie Brock, should be everything Spider-Man is and even more. While Peter Parker was a skinny secondary school geek, Eddie Brock was a monster of a man. Furthermore, the Venom suit had all of Spider-Man’s powers with added power and brutality.
Rather than a colossal, dark adaptation of Spider-Man, what we got was the awkward winner from That ’70s Show whimpering about Peter Parker destroying his life. It was a film that nobody loved with special effects that were less than commendable.
Since his deplorable performance as Venom in 2007, Grace has not had a modest bunch of significant roles.