Glover ended up winning a lawsuit that now prevents this from happening to other actors. After a few short-lived TV shows, the lovely Megan Fox made her big-screen splash in the 2007 Transformers – and a movie star was made.Side note: Eric Stoltz was originally cast as Marty Mc Fly but didn't quite fit the role and was replaced by Michael J. She went on to reprise her role as Shia La Beof's love interest and resident tough girl Mikaela Banes on Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – but then she found herself in a bit of trouble.Terrence Howard has had a long and fruitful career, which includes an Oscar nomination for his soulful turn in the rap indie Hustle & Flow, and of course, his dramatic music mogul in the TV series Empire.
Then, in 2011, he participated in the London riots and was caught looting (a bottle of champagne) and sentenced to two years in prison for violent disorder, including a concurrent sentence for handling stolen goods.
Things started going downhill for the actress, however, in the 1990s.
She had to bow out of playing Vicky Vale in Tim Burton's Batman after injuring herself in a horse-riding accident, and also saw several run-ins with directors and co-stars, including a publicized legal conflict with actor James Woods.
Sometimes a director will rethink a casting for reasons that are completely out the actor's control - just a matter of vision and taste.
Other times, financial negotiations can break down and the actor gets booted out of their role.
However, it all came crashing down last month when multiple allegations of harassment and assault, dating back 30 years ago, were leveled against the actor.