Why Hollywood won’t cast Ginnifer Goodwin anymore

With a few exceptions, Ginnifer Goodwin’s big screen roles have failed to make as much money as anticipated. Despite having appeared in a slew of romantic comedies, including Something Borrowed, and Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, Goodwin’s box office returns just haven’t produced the cash the studios likely expected. While the 2009 ensemble rom-com He’s Just Not That Into You found some success, grossing nearly $180 million worldwide, the movie co-starred A-listers Jennifer Aniston and Bradley Cooper, who no doubt helped draw a bigger audience. Meanwhile, Goodwin’s starring role in 2011’s Something Borrowed only netted $60 million at the worldwide box office, despite co-starring Hollywood heavyweight Kate Hudson. In short: Perhaps Hollywood won’t cast Goodwin anymore because she’s not bankable.

Goodwin has also focused on taking some smaller roles in art house movies, such as fashion designer Tom Ford’s directorial debut, A Single Man, which was released in 2009. That…

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