We’re part of the Golden Age of superhero movies. We have Marvel’s Phase 3 going to start and DC bringing us something different from the repeats of the same Batman and Superman stories again and again. With such a variety of new films in transit from both companies, it’s still difficult to overlook that not every Marvel or DC film was a smashing success. Honestly, some of them destroyed the professions of the actors. We have a list of them right here;
1. Dolph Lundgren
While Dolph Lundgren might not have ever been in the running for an Oscar, he made a couple fun motion pictures in his day. These included Masters of the Universe, Red Scorpion and his notorious role as Ivan Drago in Rocky IV. At that point, he was given a role as Frank Castle in 1990’s The Punisher.
Every little thing about this film is unfortunate; right from the absence of the skull logo on the lead character’s shirt, to the way that Castle lives in the sewer, to Lundgren’s powerlessness to appear pirate in the film. As it is, nobody looks for revenge when they appear as exhausted with life as Frank Castle does. You could contend that this film did not demolish Lundgren’s profession as he went ahead to make Universal Soldier. However, remember that is a Jean-Claude Van Damme film, so it’s difficult to consider it a win. The next motion picture that made it to theaters with him was The Expendables; a film promoted on the novelty of being loaded with has-beens.
2. Alicia Silverstone
Alicia Silverstone was an “it” young lady in the 1990s. Aerosmith’s fixation on her had her cast in many of their music recordings. This, combined with a dreadful turn as an underage screwball in The Crush made her a hot product. Later on, she got the role of a lifetime in Clueless, a motion picture. Even after 20 years, it is still her most iconic role. She was tremendous. Therefore, giving her a role as Batgirl in 1997’s Batman and Robin appeared like an easy decision for everybody. Shockingly, “no brains” is the thing that Batman and Robin may best be known for.
Batman and Robin bombed heavily. Every one of Batgirl’s lines was more moronic than the last and the character appeared to be strange and pointless. After the film’s failure, Silverstone has gone ahead to show up in unremarkable movies. One movie came instantly after Batman and Robin. It appeared as though she may have a shot as a bankable star. However, within a span of five years, she was voicing kid’s shows and making TV films. Her last film role was voice work in a cartoon called Jungle Shuffle. This included the voice abilities of Drake Bell and Rob Schneider.