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When good films happen to bad actors

In-between wearing fatsuits and conversing with the ghosts of dead pets, sometimes bad actors feel the odd pang of guilt. What am I doing with my life? What if no one remembers my legacy? How can I look at myself in the mirror for one more day?

On these days, they'll actually read the scripts they usually skim, go to the meetings they usually get their assistant to attend and say yes to the film they usually turn down because of the long words used in the dialogue.

Here are 40 examples of this actually happening:

(Main image: All Star)

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