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Early Photos Show ‘Avengers’ Cast Before They Ever Assembled

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It’s safe to say that the Avengers films are major money makers in Hollywood. Your favorite stars didn’t just get the roles handed to them. It took years of hard work to get to the top. Seeing your favorite Avengers cast members in their earlier days can be quite a shock!

Robert Downey Jr./Iron Man: A Saturday Night Live Reject

Many RDJ fans might not be aware that he was once a Saturday Night Live cast member. In the 1985 season, he was brought in to play a handful of characters, including Rudy Randolph III and Jimmy Chance. Unfortunately, he was fired after the season due to poor ratings and harsh reviews.

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Mark Ruffalo/Hulk – Stage Actor Becomes Everyone’s Favorite Monster

Mark Ruffalo’s acting career took a major turn after meeting writer Kenneth Lonergan. Ruffalo was featured in a handful of Lonergan’s plays, which led to his supporting role in Lonergan’s film You Can Count On Me. Ruffalo gained countless nominations for his performance, including Best Male Lead at the Independent Spirit Awards.

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Scarlett Johansson/Black Widow – From Young Star To Superhero Spy

As a child actor, Scarlett Johansson made her acting debut in the 1994 comedy North. Two years later, she started wowing critics with her work on Manny & Lo and The Horse Whisperer. She gained her first acting award at the 1998 Young Star Awards for Best Young Actress in a Drama Film.

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Chris Evans/Captain America – Unabashedly Earns His Stars And Stripes

In 1997, Chris Evans made his film debut in Biodiversity: Wild About Life! Four years later, he gained his big break playing Jake Wyler in Not Another Teen Movie. This film featured Evans having to place a fruit where the sun don’t shine. The actor isn’t ashamed of what he had to do in the past. “At the time, you’re just so happy to be on a job. I just looked at it and said, ‘Who cares? I’m earning my stripes,'” he told Elle.

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Chris Hemsworth/Thor – From ‘Dancing With The Stars’ To ‘Star Trek’

Before making an impact in the United States, Chris Hemsworth was a rising star in Australia. His work on the drama Home and Away landed him on the Australian version of Dancing With The Stars in 2006. Three years after the reality show, he gained worldwide success as George Kirk in Star Trek.

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Beverly Hills, 90210: Was Luke Perry Team Dylan or Team Brandon?

Some television shows come into our lives at the exact right moment, so that they become inextricably bound with our memories of those complicated coming-of-age years, Beverly Hills 90210 is without a doubt one of those shows. We all tuned in week after week, year after year because the drama was just so addicting. The love triangles! The will-they-won’t-theys! Meanwhile, when the cameras weren’t rolling, the cast was up to plenty of off-set antics of their own. Disclaimer: after you read about what went down, it might have you rethinking everything — were those angsty expressions just good acting, or were they bringing some real-life drama into it?

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Will Idris Elba To Replace Will Smith In ‘Suicide Squad’ Sequel?

Actors drop from movies for various reasons. There could be a major scheduling conflict or they have salary issues. If someone leaves an established role behind, there's a good chance they'll get written off. For one forthcoming movie, they're looking to swap actors. Time To Call Idris Will Smith made his DC Extended Universe debut as Deadshot in 2016's Suicide...

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Everything We Know About Disney’s New Streaming Service

If you love Disney movies, your life is about to get a little brighter with Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+. What does this mean? The streaming service will include Disney’s entire motion picture library, including movies that have been in “the vault.” Step aside, Netflix. There’s a new streaming service in town. What’s ‘The Vault’? Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed...

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