15 Not-So-Iconic Portrayals Of Iconic Characters

Some casting choices go down in history. These didn't.
15 Not-So-Iconic Portrayals Of Iconic Characters

We have told you before how some casting choices that made history were a last-minute replacement. But in other cases, some roles weren't just almost played by different actors -- they were.

It has been said that casting is 90% of filming (or 80%, or 65% -- measurements differ, probably because of the metric system). We don't know if that's the reason why these failed to make a splash. Just look at them, and you tell us.

J.D. Salinger's A son was Captain America. A Matt Salinger grew up reading Captain America's comics, and in 1990 he got to play the character. Today h
Source: GQ
Peter Cushing was Winston Smith 30 years before 1984. If you think of 1984, you think of John Hurt. But in 1954, none other than Peter Moff Tarkin C
Source: BBC
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