Pauly Shore charmed his way around Hollywood, with his unusual acting style, and a locution that seemed only he could pull off. Fans were amused by him, always wanting to see more of Shore’s abilities, and he, of course, obliged.
He made regular appearances on MTV’s Spring Break specials, and in theaters, where his shows were constantly sold out. His movies “Encino Man”, “Son-in-Law”, and “Biodome”, too, made high marks. However, Shore made a faulty decision when he went for the hastily scripted “In The Army Now”, which disappointed his fans to the max. He hasn’t played a leading role since, nor has he been part of blockbuster movies.
Mark Hamill Following Return of the Jedi
Starting your acting career with a role as huge as Luke Skywalker, a leading man in one of Hollywood’s biggest franchises, is a pretty stellar intro to the scene. It’s like being especially favored by the gods, while all other actors can only smile wryly, in secret envy.
But this is all Mark Hamill will ever be known for; sadly, he was a big star that went nowhere, gradually diminishing into minor roles and voice-overs. He’s become typecast to a single character, once again filling in for the same role in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", and in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi".
Cutthroat Island Cost Geena Davis Her Marriage & Career
Perhaps there’s a valid reason why one should avoid having a relationship with workmates, as in Geena Davis’ case. Prior to "Cutthroat Island", she’d done pretty well in "The Fly", "Thelma and Louise", and who could forget the cult classic "Beetlejuice"?
But her pirate-action adventure movie, directed by her husband, Renny Harlin, left in its wake flotsam of wrecked relationships, production bankruptcy, and a sinking career. She later landed leading roles in "Commander in Chief", and a couple more films that very few remember. Many wonder if she’ll ever be able to break the surface again.
Seann William Scott in Movie 43
Seann William Scott had proved early on that his unique, comedic style worked in film. It clicked in movies like the American Pie franchise, which saw him skyrocket into popularity with teens of the early 2000s. He was able to prove his worth further on, in films such as "Goon", "Road Trip", "Dude Where’s My Car?" and so forth, and all he had to do was take care of his rising career.
But then he made a major misstep, appearing in "Movie 43." This fail of a film saw him fall to the bottom of the list in auditions, and he had to dabble in voice-overs for the "Ice Age" films to remain relevant, awaiting another opportunity to shine.
‘I Know Who Killed Me’ Killed Lindsay Lohan’s Career
Like many artists before her that have started strong only to fritter away their earnings and their fame, Lindsay Lohan used to have a sparkling, bright future in acting. She proved she was meant for stardom, in movies like "The Parent Trap" and "Mean Girls", which were both blockbuster hits.
Then fame started to become a burden for her, and she started drinking, partying, and all the rest. First, socially, then out of control, spiraling into dissipation. Her film, "I Know Who Killed Me", true to its title, did her in. But it was more like a ceremonial one, to a career that was already a time bomb ready to explode.