Damon went from a pretty-boy actor to serious action star thanks to the Bourne series. While the first two movies were good experiences for him and helped seal him into the role, he ended up hating the third and final film in the trilogy.
The script was something of a mess, according to him – quote, really embarrassing. He thought the movie was going to be so bad that it would be a career-ender for him. Thankfully that wasn’t the case, and while the movie paled in comparison to the first two, it still ended up doing well enough.
Michelle Pfeiffer — “Grease 2”
“Grease” broke big ground when it came to the box office. It began in earnest the careers of John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John and earned almost four hundred million dollars at the box office. The sequel, on the other hand, did none of those things and almost buried Michelle Pfeiffer before she could get her feet under her.
When the movie came out in 1982, it was a flop, earning a mere fifteen million. Pfeiffer, the leading lady, said that she hated the movie with every fiber of her being and couldn't believe how bad it was – but she was young, desperate for roles, and didn't know any better.
George Clooney — “Batman & Robin”
It shouldn't really come as a surprise that Clooney regrets his involvement in this superhero stinker. Past comic book movies were nowhere near the force they are today, but they had been growing thanks to the Batman movies. This one, however, put the kibosh on the industry.
It's amazing the movie came out in 1997 – it looks like it was made in 1990. Clooney told “Total Film Magazine” in 2011 that it was not a good movie and that, in the end, it was hard to actually act well in it just because of how poorly it was put together.
Harrison Ford — “Blade Runner”
It's common that big, famous movies had contentious sets or tough productions, and the neo-noir science-fiction film “Blade Runner” is no exception. Harrison Ford, who has been in dozens of movies and is on this list more than once, said that it was rough working on this famous film.
He and director Ridley Scott butted heads during the filming. Ford was confused by a lot of the choices for the film, primarily the voice narration. He was taken aback by the narration and quality of it. It turns out that financiers rewrote the narration so that nobody got lost.
Alec Guinness — the “Star Wars” Series
Alec Guinness didn't have many good things to say about the big sci-fi series he was a part of near the end of his life. He not only called it rubbish – fairytale rubbish – but also said that the writing and lines were so bad that he could barely go on acting with them.
He tossed out fan mail from fans of the series unopened. He was tired of being known as Obi-Wan Kenobi. Once when a young fan asked him for an autograph, he gave it on the condition that the young fan never watch the movies again.