I’m voting for Bette Davis.
From the imdb page of Wicked Stepmother:
According to Ms. Davis, she was so disgusted by the script that she demanded it be rewritten, and left when the filmmakers refused. The script was then reshaped to explain her absence. Larry Cohen says Davis had to leave for New York for medical reasons and that she later claimed she left because of the script because she was worried she wouldn’t be able to get another job if people thought she was in too bad health.
According to actress Colleen Camp, when Bette Davis walked off production several days into shooting, filmmakers reportedly considered recasting role with either Lucille Ball or Bea Arthur, before deciding on bizarre rewrite in which Davis’ cat morphs into seductress played by Barbara Carrera.
Despite getting top billing, Bette Davis only appears in the film for roughly 11 minutes.
The picture was nominated for Worst Picture at the Hastings Bad Cinema Society’s 12th Stinkers Bad Movie Awards in 1989.
Anne Bancroft for Delgo…
Look it up.
I think that Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes is the low point of anyone’s career. Even the star who just had the new Transformers film, and The Happening.
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I know it’s a camp classic and everything but Gene Kelly in Xanadu? I mean come on that movie looks like it should have a screenwriting credit given to coccaine.
Welcome to Mooseport……..what was he thinking?!
3 of these aren’t dead.Surely it’s possible to come up with enough people who definitely won’t make another film rather than including people who very well may do.
Warren Beatty apparently has a Howard Hughes biopic coming out next year.
The obvious answer is surely Mae West. No major star could ever end their career starring in a film as bad ‘Sextette’.
Snow White and the Huntsman was sooooooo bad I am so sorry that that was Bob Hoskins’ last movie
Baby Clyde probably has the real winner (to say nothing of the fact her penultimate film was Myra Breckinridge) but also for consideration should be Joan Crawford in Trog.
Raul Julia in “Street Fighter”.