Which actors regretted making a film purely for the money and what was the film in question?

Mickey Rourke agreed to star in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man , a 1991 film.

His career was then on the downward slope and the producers offered him a fee that he could not refuse.

Rourke doesn’t like the script but accepts the film for the money.

This will be a turning point for the actor, who will experience having compromised in this way very badly.

Furthermore, the filming took place in an execrable atmosphere, because Rourke got along very poorly with the film’s director, Simon Wincer.

This film will be one of the main reasons which pushed Mickey Rourke to leave Hollywood to launch a career as a boxer, at over 40 years old…

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