15 People Who Created Things They Regret

15 People Who Created Things They Regret

Yes, we all are human, so we've made mistakes we're not proud of. Whether it be for work or personal reasons, at least our worries are not showcased on big screens for all to see. Sadly for all these actors, this is not the case.

we could all use some existential need some stain remover, (RIP Billy Mays). You may have the urge to burn it all down, set it ablaze and disperse this to the four corners of the world. And it's not just us amateurs who have done it; professional creatives have done it as well! Except that their mistakes are widely publicized, their efforts to right their creation's wrongs are all the more important.

These celebrities have publicly apologized for their several most memorable roles. From Kate Winslet in Titanic to Carrie Fisher in Star Wars, most of these actors probably just wish they could go back in time and redo their roles.

The person who put double-slashes after http: is sorry about that. World Wide Web creator sir Tim Berners-Lee thinks they're unnecessary, but it seemed like a good idea at the time, and he apologized for putting them in. CRACKED.COM

Source: BBC

The creator of pop-up ads is very sorry he came up with them. ERSONAL EMOCRACY 2010 I have come to believe that advertising is the original sin of the web, said Ethan Zuckerman, who came up with the first pop-up ad in 1997. As he put it, I wrote the code to launch the window and run an ad in it. I'm sorry. Our intentions were good. CRACKED.COM

Source: NBC

The writer of Dragonball Evolution regrets writing the movie. Ben Ramsey said, I spent so many years trying to deflect the blame, but at the end of the day it all comes down to the written word on page and I take full responsibility for what was such a disappointment to so many fans. I did the best I could, but at the end of the day, I 'dropped the dragon ball. CRACKED.COM

Source: IndieWire

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