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Early Roles That
MCU Actors
Would Like You To
Forget About
By HUNTER CATES
Hemsworth's biggest early career disaster (and arguably his biggest career disaster, period) was in 2010's "Ca$h. The film which had a limited theatrical release and went straight to DVD in the U.K only produced $46,000 at the box office.

Chris Hemsworth

In 1994, Johansson played John Ritter's daughter in Rob Reiner's "North." The film earned scathing reviews, including a rare zero stars from Roger Ebert, who famously wrote: "I hated this movie. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. Hated it."

Scarlett Johansson

Renner missed the mark with his debut in 1995's "National Lampoon's Senior Trip.” Renner goes a decent impression of Jeff Spicoli from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," but the film, which only earned $4.5 million at the box office, is as subtle as a keg stand.

Jeremy Renner

"The Trouble with Bliss," starring Brie Larson, received terrible reviews and sank like an Infinity Stone in 2011. Larson is in pure Manic Pixie Dream Girl mode here, in a performance so full of quirky charm she'd make Zooey Deschanel go goth.

Brie Larson

2013’s "Very Good Girls" is a very bad movie that wastes its excellent cast, including Olsen. It's basically like if "American Pie" were trying for indie drama vibes instead of gross-out raunchy comedy. Whatever the writers were going for, the result is arguably the worst movie of Olsen's career.

Elizabeth Olsen