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There’s nothing worse than watching people you admire show up in movies you immediately regret watching: Ben Kingsley in “The Love Guru,” Julianne Moore in “Seventh Son,” Viola Davis in “Suicide Squad.” Disasters like these make you wonder if their directors had something on their actors — a scandalous bargaining chip used to undeservingly leverage their skills for nefarious moviemaking ends.
- Andrew Crump
There are films that are not entirely terrible that still manage to ruin the career of noted actors either for their lack of a solid plot line or the horrible dialogue or a number of other reasons. In any case, actors are reliant upon their reputation to perform to their strengths and bolster their weaknesses whenever possible. Some films however are simply beyond even the capabilities of the greatest actors, and as a result tend to drag their names through the muck of mediocrity. Here are five movies we believe destroyed actors careers: 5. Mike Meyers – The Love Guru
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Verne Troyer has been hospitalized for alcohol addiction, and he says he is voluntarily checking into a treatment center.
Troyer, 48, who is best known as the dastardly clone Mini-Me in Mike Myers‘ Austin Powers series, addressed his ongoing struggles with alcohol.
“I’ve been hearing from some concerned fans, so I’d like to address a very personal situation,” Troyer said in a statement to People. “As you know, I’ve battled alcohol addiction in the past and while it’s not always been an easy fight, I’m willing to continue my fight day by day.”
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- Mia McNiece
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