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Janet Jackson, Drew Barrymore on Turning Down X-Men and Boogie Nights

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Janet Jackson, Drew Barrymore on Turning Down X-Men and Boogie Nights
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Janet Jackson and Drew Barrymore are wanting again at their performing careers and revealing some iconic motion pictures they handed on.

The singer made a shock look on Friday’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Present, and in a preview clip, Jackson shared which legendary superhero she nearly performed.

After being requested if she was purported to star in The Matrix, to which she responded, “No,” Jackson added that she couldn’t bear in mind the movie’s identify however knew who obtained the position when she turned it down.

“It was … that is horrible,” the Good Occasions alum stated. “I can’t bear in mind the movie, however Halle Berry performed Storm.” Barrymore exclaimed in response, “X-Males?”

“I couldn’t as a result of I used to be simply embarking on the Janet tour,” Jackson continued. “However I believe that’s what you’re complicated it with. It wasn’t The Matrix.”

Berry debuted her superhero Storm within the 2001 film, tailored from the Marvel comedian guide, and reprised her position in X2X-Males: The Final Stand and X-Males: Days of Future Previous.

Barrymore, who can relate to Jackson as she has additionally handed on initiatives that she later regretted, proceeded to recall one other massive movie she didn’t take, as a substitute signing on to one thing else on the time.

“It’s so laborious once you, like, are pondering of doing a movie and then you definately don’t find yourself doing it,” she defined. “I’ve so lots of these experiences. I’ve by no means stated this out loud, Boogie Nights. There was a second the place we had been speaking about Boogie Nights and I believe it’s once I went and did Ever After [A Cinderella Story] and I went in a really totally different path.”

Whereas the 50 First Dates actress didn’t share which position she was thought-about for, the 1997 movie Boogie Nights finally starred Mark Wahlberg, Julianne Moore, Burt Reynolds and Heather Graham.

The Poetic Justice star hasn’t appeared on the massive display in additional than a decade, so when requested if she could be open to returning, she responded, “I might for positive.” 

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