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With 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' having Josh Brolin step in to play Clive Owen's role from the first film, here are a few more memorable Hollywood casting swaps.
Keaton turned down a big payday to play Batman for a third time, and Kilmer got stuck wearing a bat suit with nipples. Not sure who got the worst end of the deal there...
Several actors have inherited the role of James Bond from Connery, but Lazenby was the first.
More Batman casting musical chairs, this time replacing Holmes with Gyllenhaal in the role of Bruce Wayne's ill-fated love interest, Rachel Dawes.
That ol' chestnut of creative differences led RDJ to vacate the titular role, and director Sam Raimi's 'Spider-Man' star Franco went to Oz instead.
After Townsend spent two months preparing for the role of Aragon, director Peter Jackson decided to re-cast with Mortensen.
We can’t imagine anyone else but Jackman playing our favorite Canadian mutant, but there was a time when 'M:I-2's' Dougray Scott was set to play Wolverine.
We bet if Stoltz had a DeLorean, he'd go back in time and convince filmmakers to let him keep the Marty McFly role that made Fox a star.
After negotiations fell through with 'Incredible Hulk' star Edward Norton, Marvel put Ruffalo in the green guy's purple pants.