Rachel McAdams Felt Guilty Turning Down ‘Iron Man,’ ‘The Devil Wears Prada,’ Other Major Roles


Rachel McAdams felt guilty for declining major roles in successful films after taking a two-year break in her career.

Rachel McAdams
Rachel McAdams, 44, admitted feeling guilty about turning down big roles in successful films after taking a two-year career break. (Photo: Reddit)

Rachel McAdams Regrets Turning Down Big Roles

Rachel McAdams admitted she felt guilty for not taking roles in big films, such as “Iron Man,” “The Devil Wears Prada,” “Get Smart,” Casino Royale,” and “Mission: Impossible III” during her two-year break.

According to Fox News, the actress felt guilty for not grabbing the opportunities given to her, but she also wanted to prioritize what she wanted and choose the things that would keep her sane.

McAdams believed she made the right decision in turning down the roles despite feeling guilty about it and claimed that she would do what she wanted to do rather than constantly wondering if she was throwing away everything.

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Rachel McAdams’ Comeback to the Big Screen

McAdams was well-known for her roles in classic films, including “The Notebook” and “Mean Girls.” She later appeared in films that helped her hone her acting skills and established her as a Hollywood A-list star.

The “Mean Girls” star was set to return to the big screen with her upcoming film, “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret,”  which she promoted while talking about her regrets and how she felt guilty about previous offers.

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