Actors who quit big roles for ridiculous reasons

[post_page_title]Julia Roberts couldn’t get the co-star she wanted[/post_page_title]
Shakespeare in Love was a humble romantic comedy that not only made a mint at the box office but also won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actress, for Gwyneth Paltrow. However, Paltrow wasn’t the first one attached to the role of William Shakespeare’s muse Viola.

Julia Roberts couldn’t get the co-star she wanted

The movie was released in 1998, but had been in development since the late ’80s. In 1991, the movie went into production was none other than Julia Roberts as Viola. There was only one thing left to do – cast the Bard himself. Roberts insisted only Daniel Day-Lewis could play the role. When he had no interest in doing so, she quit.

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