Madonna played more than a few film roles in her illustrious career. But it’s something he didn’t do that bothers him. In a recent interview with Jimmy Fallon The Tonight Show, the pop star reveals which movies she actually turned down. Furthermore, Madonna admits to whom she regrets the passing.
Madonna appeared as an actor in at least 21 feature films
Madonna began her career as a successful pop star in the ’80s, providing hit after chart-topping hit for the music-hungry teens of that era. Furthermore, he caught the attention of film executives with his outstanding stage presence. She later appeared in films including shanghai wonder (1986), Dick Tracy, (1990), desperately searching for susan (1985), and who is that girl (1987).
Moreover, his film career went on till the 90s. a league of Their Own (1992), body of evidence (1993), and Avert (1996). He famously starred in his 1991 documentary truth or Dare, an unprecedented look at the sexual nature of her life and the performing arts during the Blonde Ambition tour.
Similarly, he just released madam x, another concert documentary with behind-the-scenes footage of the tour of the same name.
But of all the roles Madonna played, there are a few that she failed to secure. She told Jimmy what parts slipped by her in a recent appearance The Tonight Show.
Singer turned down roles in ‘Showgirls’ and ‘The Matrix’
On the October 7, 2021 show, Fallon asked Madonna about various “myths and rumours” related to her career. One of them was rumored to have refused to play the lead in the 1999 sci-fi action film Mathematics question. To Entertainment Weekly, he confirmed that it was true.
“Will you believe this?” he asked Fallon. “This is one of the best movies ever. A teeny-tiny part of me regrets it for just a moment in my life.”
She also volunteered to say that she had done Tim Burton’s 1992 . I turned down catwoman Batman Returns. In addition, Madonna said she missed a role in the 1995 Paul Verhoeven box office disaster. show girl.
“I saw them both and I’m sorry I turned Catwoman down, it was so awful,” Madonna said. show girl? No.”
Catwoman eventually went to Michelle Pfeiffer, and the failure of show girl An unfortunate fell heavy on Elizabeth Berkeley’s shoulders.
Certainly, none of these roles could be as epic as a film about Madonna’s illustrious life. She says that she is writing one. “There is no one on this planet who can write or direct [or] Make a better movie about me than me,” she said.
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