The filmmaker’s actors on this lineup specialize in transporting viewers from their normal cinematic routine to a weird and fantastical dimension where anything can occur, even things that are unexpected and contradict the strict rules of physics. 

Many factors affect a performer's decision to take on a film or television series role. Mostly, in the beginning, young aspiring actors are eager to grab this opportunity to get started. Countless factors, including money, a good storyline, production label, and so on, come into the equation as time passes. However, the following points were unusual and strange. Some celebrities acted in these films because they were greater or misunderstood a director's name. Discover the ten times actors took on film roles for unknown reasons.

Bill Murray didn't just do a cameo in the 2016 Ghostbusters film for the money; he also didn't want people to think he didn't like the film. Here's the complete story, as well as 14 others:

Chris Evans played the Human Torch in Fantastic Four as a pick-me-up. I had just been dumped and I needed it!, he said - and he particularly remembers the call he got about the role, because he'd needed a win at the time. CRACKED.COM

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Will Smith was in Suicide Squad because he was tired of being a good guy. I AM TH I had never played a character that legitimately didn't give a f-, he said, and called it very freeing not to be the movie's moral center. CRACKED.COM

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Ben Affleck signed up to play Batman just so his son could, well, see him as Batman. Everybody wants their kid to think of them as a superhero before they get too smart, he said, so the choice was a pretty natural one. CRACKED.COM

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Dax Shepard made CHiPS so he could combine comedy and motor sports. Не just wanted a project that could combine those things at the same time, and could actually get funded, and CHiPs was it. CRACKED.COM

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Gus van Sant made his Psycho remake because of modern studio practices. Не noticed studios were remaking everything, so he wanted to do an exact, shot-for-shot remake as an experiment - eventually, they accepted. CRACKED.COM

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