Get ready to step into a time machine!
When the Doctor Who production schedule became too grueling for William Hartnell to handle, the show runners came up with the idea of The Doctor's "regeneration" so they could replace him — and they ended up using it to keep the show going with a new actor every few seasons for 60 years!
Margot Robbie, Teyana Taylor, Charles Melton, And More Celebs Who Dominated On The Gotham Awards 2023 Red Carpet
Still picking my jaw up off the floor!
"I'm going to get so much flack for this, but I always thought Britney Spears was absolutely born for the part of Sookie Stackhouse in True Blood. Don't get me wrong, Anna Paquin was AMAZING, but a blonde, irresistible fairy from the south? Uhhhh, that's BRITNEY all the way."
"The only problem with this whole endeavor is that you have to ask me questions while I'm playing with puppies."
When the new actor playing Morgan debuted on Boy Meets World halfway through the season, Cory told her, "Morgan, long time, no see!" She replied, "Yeah, that was the longest timeout I've ever had!"
After Drew Barrymore emancipated herself from her mother at 14, she got a job at the Living Room, a coffeehouse near her apartment that "happened to be one of the big LA hot spots at night." Her boss hired her "on the novel idea of having a washed-up former child actor behind the counter." Unfortunately, she wasn't very good at that job.
In 2016, Thomas Gibson was fired from his longtime role on Criminal Minds because he got into a physical altercation with a writer/producer on set. He was reportedly known to be volatile on set and got into an altercation with an assistant director six years earlier.
14 Times Actors Left A Show Or Movie Franchise, And The Studio Tried To Get Away With Casting Someone Who Looked Completely Different
In the first three Halloweentown movies, Kimberly J. Brown starred as Marnie Piper. Though Disney talked to her about doing a fourth movie, they ultimately decided to replace her with Sara Paxton — without letting her know why.
I'm 100% Positive You'll Be Impressed By These 19 Fashionable Celebrities Who Completely Understood The Assignment
From the look of it, "quiet" luxury is no longer a thing.
Not a single crumb was left behind.
I'll never forgive Hollywood for canceling American Auto and Pushing Daisies.
During a Twitter spat with her former Charmed costar Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan tweeted, "You threw a fit in front of the crew, yelling, 'They don't pay me enough to do this...!' Appalling behavior on the daily. I cried every time we got renewed because you made that set toxic AF."
I'm still mad that A League of Their Own got canceled, even though it was already renewed for another season.
People Are Sharing The Best An Actor Has Ever Looked Onscreen, And Truly All Of These Actors Looked Devastatingly Beautiful
Let's talk about just how jaw-droppingly amazing all of these actors looked.
17 Celebs Who All Have One Thing In Common: They Appeared On "Sesame Street" Before They Became Famous
Six years before starring as Rizzo in Grease, Stockard Channing appeared in several Sesame Street episodes as "Mad Painter's Victim."
"You're the One That I Want" is probably still stuck in your head.
Ron Burgundy, Olivia Pope, And 17 More Pop Culture Characters That Were Based On People From The Real World
There's nothing like a little real-life inspiration.
These characters never made it past the cutting room floor.
That "Hollyweird" nickname was well-earned, huh?
These celeb marriages were over in the blink of an eye.
Here's Everything You Need To Know About That Taylor Swift Security Guard Who Got Fired After Working Her Eras Tour
Calvin said that he decided to become a security guard after attending Taylor's Reputation tour in 2018, and admitted that working at one of Taylor's shows was “always a goal” of his.
¡No importa el resultado, quiero lo que ellos tienen!
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. have now been married for over 20 years...
(Secretly) put a ring on it.
Can you imagine Harvey Keitel in Apocalypse Now?
A lot of them ended up starring in their own TV shows.
It's shocking that editors didn't catch these, really.
These casting directors were essentially matchmakers.
"Night at the Museum 3 was Robin Williams' last on-screen role. And maybe it was the emotion of the thing, but his whole final speech was so poignant and perfect."