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Now I just want to see Clint Eastwood playing Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada.

1. Rachel McAdams got into Girls Club - Be careful! worn a wig. © Paramount

According to Rajiv Surendra, who plays Kevin G., the wig cost about $ 10,000 😉.

2. After seeing the first footage for Pirates of the Caribbean, Disney executives found that Johnny Depp ruined the movie. © Disney

According to Depp, they weren't sure if Sparrow was gay or drunk.

3. Whitney Houston was one of the producers of Princess Suddenly. ©

Houston produced the film and its sequel, Suddenly Princess 2, through their production company Brownhouse Productions.

4. Christian Bale wore one of the old batsuits made for Val Kilmer in Batman Forever (1995) when he was rehearsing for Batman Begins. © Warner Bros. © Warner Bros.

Bale also starred alongside Amy Adams on the screen test - who was doing the producers a favor.

5. Irish actor Stuart Townsend was supposed to play the role of Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings, but was fired by director Peter Jackson the day before shooting began. © Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images © New Line Cinema

Viggo Mortensen agreed to take on the role after his son convinced him.

6. Gabrielle Union took on the part in Girls United after being turned down for a role in Sugar & Spice. © Universal Pictures

According to the Union, the producers wanted Sugar & Spice no black characters.

7. The idea for Virgo (40), male, looking ... came from a sketch Steve Carell performed during a performance by the Chicago theater group Second City. © Universal Pictures

Carell told Judd Apatow about the idea and wrote the script with him.

8. NSYNC's Joey Fatone, JC Chasez and Chris Kirkpatrick were extras (as Jedi) in two scenes from Star Wars: Episode II. However, their scenes were cut from the film. © Henny Ray Abrams / AFP / Getty Images © Lucasfilm

According to Fatone, the band was asked to make the cameo because the daughters of George Lucas and Rick McCallum, the film's producer, were fans.

9. To play the role of Effie in Dreamgirls, Jennifer Hudson was supposed to gain 10 pounds and have her lips injected. © Paramount Pictures

Before she was selected for the role, Hudson had lost weight significantly. The lip injections were necessary to compensate for a small dent in her lips that had interfered with the exposure.

10. Juno's hamburger phone was owned by screenwriter Diablo Cody. © Fox Searchlight

After the film started, 759 percent more hamburger telephones were sold on Ebay.

11. Leonardo DiCaprio was in the role of Christian in Moulin Rouge! Interested. However, director Baz Luhrmann ruined this idea after hearing him sing. © Francois Guillot / AFP / Getty Images © 20th Century Fox

DiCaprio has opposite Variety says that he sang "Lean on Me" for Luhrmann. After hearing him sing the high notes, he turned to Leo and said: "Yes, D, I don't know whether we should continue this conversation."

12. Beyoncé was Disney's first choice for the voice of Princess Tiana in Kiss the Frog. But Bey allegedly missed her chance because she refused to audition for it. © Stephen Shugerman / Getty Images © Disney

Other stars like Tyra Banks, Jennifer Hudson and Alicia Keys also wanted the role, according to Jen Rudin, who was in charge of the movie's voice casting.

13. Scottish actor Dougray Scott was first cast in the role of Wolverine in X-Men. But after filming for Mission: Impossible II, where he was involved at the time, was delayed, he was replaced by Hugh Jackman. © Anthony Harvey / Getty Images © 2020 BuzzFeed

Funnily enough, hardcore fans of the comic at the time weren't thrilled that Jackman had replaced Scott because they found him "too big and attractive for the role".

14. Sofia Coppola, the screenwriter and director of Lost in Translation - Between Worlds still has no idea what Bill Murray whispered in Scarlett Johansson's ear at the end of the film. © Focus Features

According to Coppola, the text was improvised.

15. Megan Mullally lost her role on Finding Nemo because she refused to speak in the high-pitched voice she played Karen Walker in Will & Grace. © NBC © Disney Pixar

Mullally said that Disney Pixar had assured her that she would choose the voice when she signed the contract.

16. The writer and director of Spiderman 3, Sam Raimi, was very unhappy with the end result of the film. He has therefore planned a fourth film to end the series on a positive note. © Sony

Unfortunately, Rami could not finish a script in time and Sony decided to reissue the films instead.

17. The late Alan Rickman - who had brown eyes - wore black contact lenses in his role as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter films. © Evan Agostini / Getty Images © Warner Bros.

The producers had in The Philosopher's Stone tries to turn Daniel Radcliffe's blue eyes green. But he was allergic to the colored contact lenses and it was decided to keep his eyes blue.

18. Meryl Streep's performance as Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada was partly inspired by Clint Eastwood. © Fox Searchlight © VALERIE MACON / AFP / Getty Images

Streep told Variety: "Clint Eastwood never, never, never raises his voice and everyone has to lean in to hear him. He is automatically the most powerful person in the room."

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