I love movies and I love it when I can really get into a role and forget that it’s just a story. It doesn’t happen too often, but it’s a great marker for good casting.
There are some celebrities who are just good at being bad, and others who are just really good at being … good. They are usually the ones that we really love off-camera too and they seem to choose roles that help them keep the love of fans.
There are 6 celebrity parents who always seem to choose the goody-roles and you know, it really works for them because they are making a great career out of being good. I am not going to lie though, I would love to see each one of these play a character who is really evil.
Click through to see which celebs always seem to choose the good guy roles:
Will Smith 1 of 6He plays the good guy really well, even in those high action movies, he always comes to our rescue. I mean, the guy won't even swear in a rap song.
Sarah Jessica Parker 2 of 6We mostly know her as Carrie from Sex and the City, but she has been starring in a lot of romantic unlucky in love comedies too. The closest she's come to being bad was when she tried to trick Matthew McConaughey in Failure to Launch
Reese Witherspoon 3 of 6She is the girl we all love to love! Reese chooses more loveable characters to play from Legally Blonde to Sweet Home Alabama, she rarely is seen in bad light. The closest to bad was her role in Walk the Line. I would love to see her play someone really evil, I bet she could pull that off too.
Jennifer Garner 4 of 6The loveable girl-next-door, Jennifer has the same real-life image as she does on-screen. She chooses more light-hearted roles, with the closets to going bad was in Daredevil
Kate Hudson 5 of 6Kate plays the good girl image very well -- she totally looks the part and loves to play the part too. Often caught in a love-crisis, Kate has yet to show us her super bad side.
Harrison Ford 6 of 6Harrison has always played the "good guy caught in the wrong place at the wrong time". He chooses roles that have him always saving the day and getting his love companion out of trouble. The closest he got to the 'bad guy' was his role in Morning Glory, but he was more loveable grumpy.
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