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Great Cast! Great Director! Why Did That Movie Flop? -

"All the King's Men"</strong> (2006), kim kardashian fashion a version of the Robert Penn Warren novel about a corrupt Southern governor, suffered from odd casting -- co-star James Gandolfini may have been a better fit for the lead than Sean Penn -- and sank quickly. The 1949 version, incidentally, won best picture.' style='float:left;padding:5px' />

"There's often a pressure that gets put on particularly big, high-profile films that, if they move a release date, there's a sign that there's a problem with the film," Smith says. Sometimes the simple blessing of time can fix problems, he observes: The release date for "Titanic" was pushed back, giving director James Cameron more time, and what was gossiped about as a disaster waiting to happen turned into one of the most successful films in Hollywood history. More often, the seeds of destruction are planted much earlier. A film has hundreds of Kardashian moving parts, from performers and directors to editors, marketers and technical staff. It may have the right actors but the wrong roles. It may have a good director who's wrong for the material. It may have a promising script with third-act problems. <br>Source:

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