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WELCOME to a unique directory of what you never saw on-screen. The films the stars did NOT make. The movies that never were.
The most definitive collation of casting stories ...
Check up on all the films - of yesterday, today and tomorrow - that your favourite stars never made ... A cast of thousands - well, some 5,634 stars to click on ... More than 40 years in the making!! With 1,576,540 words of spirited text.
The ultimate in movie trivia ... Better! Exactly the kind of history that Hollywood deserves. Back to front. Upside-down. Inside out. Full of flashbacks, close-ups, tracking shots (and, alas some badly edited sequences - sorry about that!) forming a fascinating, new and often bizarre flip-side perspective on your treasured movies ... and stars.

... for all manner of reasons. Too tall/small/fat/thin/ill/old/young. Plus vengeance, jealousy, drunk, in jail, duck-hunting, lactating… dead! Then there’s Rachel Weisz. She lost another screen icon - Bridget Jones’ Diary, in 2001, because she was… too pretty. (Doesn’t say a lot about poor Renée Zellweger). 
rachel weisz
Rachel had no complaints. “If someone says: You’re pretty - you say: 'Thanks very much'.”

All the Moriarty's Men
Before Redford chose Hoffman and Redford!
O'Toole Who Fell To Earth poster
Lanky Irishman Peter O’Toole was first choice for The Man Who Fell To Earth. For exactly the same reason that David Bowie succeeded him. Director Nic Roeg wanted “a definite, pointedly stark face.” Or indeed... an extra-terrestrial.
Godfather Olivier
The Godfather needed the world's best actor - Brando or ... Olivier.
As promised, Quentin’s Django has ridden into the Special Movies section. And, as unpromised, so has The Two Jakes. Coming soon: Hobbit I & II and Hunger Games II.


You will find some of our pages have muddling changes of typefaces, colours, spaces, etc. Extremely sorry about this. As Valmont put it: “It's beyond my control.”

It follows transferring CCC to a new Joomla system. All (well, most) will be corrected as and when possible over the next months. Meantime, I trust it will not spoil your pleasure.