Hilary Duff's Most Controversial Moments Ever

After Hilary Duff was completed with the “Lizzie McGuire” sequence in 2004, she targeted extra on her recording profession, though she managed to get film roles in fairly light-weight fare like “A Cinderella Story” and “Cheaper By the Dozen.” Her probability to land a meatier alternative arrived in 2009 by the use of a lead position taking part in mobster Bonnie Parker in “The Story of Bonnie and Clyde,” an adaptation of the basic 1967 drama “Bonnie and Clyde,” which gained two Oscars. 

However information of the casting wasn’t precisely endearing to actor Faye Dunaway, who performed Parker within the unique outing, touchdown an Oscar nomination for her efforts. “Could not they at the very least solid an actual actress?” she reportedly lamented, per Leisure Weekly. Duff was hardly diplomatic in her retaliatory remarks to Dunaway, taking part in the has-been, ageist card for all its value. “I feel that my followers which are going to go see the film do not even know who she is,” Duff hit again to E! Every day 10 (per OK!). “I feel it was a little bit pointless, however I could be mad if I seemed like that now, too.”

Dunaway did not reply to Duff’s feedback, however ultimately had the final chortle. A number of months later, after Duff married NHL participant Mike Comrie and whereas anticipating their first little one, she was minimize from the Parker position. Per TMZ, producers denied her being pregnant had something to do with the choice and paid her $100,000 for her dismissal.