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Rosie O’Donnell

  1. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Seinfeld, TV, 1990-1998.   
  2. Aida Turturro, Jersey Girl, 1991.   Angie was among the various changes made by New Jersey auteur Kevin Smith. For tre first time he was not also acting in  one of his films, despite it being based on  how he  learned to stop worrying and love fatherhood.
  3. Kathy Najimy, Hocus Pocus, 1992.      This was the witch pitch… Three centuries after execution, three witches return to Salem, Massachusetts on Halloween. Not O’Donnell. She rejected Mary. Because Mary was scary. D’oh!
  4. Samantha Morton, Sweet and Lowdown, 1998.      Rosie stalked out because of Woody Allen entering into a relationship with Mia Farrow’s adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn. The script was supposed to have been Woody’s first UA film in 1969. UA balked, insisting upon a comedy - he knocked out Take The Money And Run and put the fake bio of Django-esque jazz guitarist Emmet Ray in his bottom drawer.
  5. Anjelica Huston, Agnes Browne, 1999.      A last minute mind-switch by the talk-show queen had everyone rushing to Meryl Streep, already being Irish in Dancing At Lughnasa. Then, Huston agreed to star as well as direct the tale of the mother of seven kids - without ever having an “organism.”
  6. Julie Walters, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, 2001.     A Hollywood director was bad enough, but Warner Bros seemed determined on a a US cast - including O’Donnell as Ron Weasleyl’s mother (!). Whereas Walters has National  Treasure status in the UK. Game over!
  7. Renée Zellweger, Chicago, 2001.
  8. Christine Baranski, Chicago, 2001.
  9. Queen Latifah, Chicago, 2001.
  10. Aida Turturro, Jersey Girl, 1991.   Angie was among the various changes made by New Jersey auteur Kevin Smith. For tre first time he was not also acting in  one of his films, despite it being based on  how he  learned to stop worrying and love fatherhood.

 





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