Whether it’s one of their first roles or a bad career move, these A-listers have some really terrible, embarrassing roles on their resumes. Thanks to the Internet, they can never live down these embarrassing roles.
George Clooney in Return to Horror High: George Clooney plays a guy playing a cop in a movie about making a movie about a serial killer at a high school. Phew. Unfortunately, this movie is beyond terrible. But fortunately, Clooney is beyond attractive in it.
Jennifer Aniston in Leprechaun: Jennifer Aniston made her film debut in a horror film about a leprechaun that haunts an old house. Scary. Also scary? Jen’s acting in it.
John Travolta in Battlefield Earth: Besides the fact that this movie is complete nonsense, John Travolta dresses up as a kind of alien-meets-chimpanzee and adopted a terrible “Shakespeare in the Park”-type accent.
Bradley Cooper and Sandra Bullock in All About Steve: A-Lister’s Bradley Cooper and Sandra Bullock somehow got roped into doing a terrible comedy called All About Steve in which Bradley does all this “crazy” stuff to escape his blind date (Sandra) who is soooo “zany.” Fortunately for them, nobody remembers this movie.
Drake on “Degrassi”: Though Drake is now a bada*s rapper (sort of), he got his start playing a wheelchair-bound teen on the Canadian soap opera “Degrassi.” So much drama.
Nicolas Cage in Ghost Rider: Nicolas Cage used to win Oscars, but then he decided to star in Ghost Rider so he could ride a ghost motorcycle with a flaming skull. Artistic, yo.
Halle Berry in The Flintstones: We completely forgot about Halle’s role as a sexy barbaric secretary in The Flintstones. Clearly Halle did a good job sweeping this weird role under the rock rug.
Hilary Swank in The Next Karate Kid: Wax on, wax off. Mr. Miyagi has a new student and this time it’s future Oscar winner Hilary Swank who’s struggling to be a regular teenage girl and secretly learn karate!