Catwoman getting her own feature was provocative enough, but when the public got a look at the costume, it became even more scandalous. Fans were expecting the traditional catsuit that had been used since the beginning. They were surprised and, more importantly, disappointed when they got a look at Halle Berry.
The strappy, leather suit with ripped-up pants that Berry donned in her version of “Catwoman” is still thought to be one of Berry’s biggest career mistakes.
Deadpool - X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Deadpool has become a loved character, thanks to the success of the character’s two feature films. His appearance in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" could be one we all want to forget. The character wasn't wearing a suit and couldn't speak, which the director would later admit was a huge mistake.
The reasoning behind the bold move was that the studio felt that it would be difficult to keep the PG-13 rating if they let the character talk.
Bella - Twilight: Eclipse
We've seen a bad wig or two in our day, but nothing beats the one that Kristen Stewart wore in "Twilight: Ecplise." The actress had cut her hair for the film based on the lives of the iconic band, "The Runaways," which means that the costume designer of "Twilight" had to find the perfect wig for her.
They eventually found a wig, but it was far from perfect, seeing as the fake hair was easily noticed and did not look realistic, to put it lightly.
Mystique - X-Men: First Class
Actress Jennifer Lawrence had to undergo hours of make-up for her role as Mystique in the "X-Men" films. In the comic books, the shapeshifting character usually sticks to an original, signature costume, which means tedious hours in makeup could have been avoided.
In the movie, the costume designers decided to have Mystique naked, which meant hours of makeup went into perfecting Lawrence's look. Eventually, Mystique did put some clothes on, but that only happened a few films in.
The Entire Cast - Sucker Punch
It seems like every director in Hollywood has that one project they dreamt of making since they were kids. For Zack Snyder, this was "Sucker Punch." The film is not a good one, from a poor and unstructured script to bad effects, it seemed like the film suffered from everything.
Many found the outfits the young women were wearing objectifying and unnecessary. Snyder pushed back, explaining that the movie is less about what the women are wearing and more about their imagination, dreaming of being able to do anything they want.