Some of the big screen's most memorable performances came from actors who were cast just before the cameras started rolling...
This article comes from Den of Geek UK.
Good casting makes all the difference in the movie business. You can have a great script, a big budget, and the best director but without the right actors, everything can fall a little flat.
Yet even good casting can go wrong every now and then. Someone who once seemed perfect for a particular role suddenly falls flat once the cameras start rolling, unable to bring to life what they once successfully conveyed during an audition and initial screen test. Other times injuries, contractual obligations, or other unforeseen personal circumstances can put paid to the best-laid plans.
Then there are the dreaded “creative differences” where conflicts between actors and directors end with one of the injured parties exiting a project