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Then a few years later This Guy has six movies coming out, and is on every magazine cover, and audiences, unless they fall in love with him instantly, feel a little aggrieved that they’re so forcefully being sold an unknown quantity. The archetypal example on this list, Reynolds has been tapped as a potential megastar for close to a decade, and every so often looks to have made the leap… The Canadian actor’s been acting since he was a teenager and his ABC sitcom “Two Guys And A Girl” in 1998 helped land him his first lead role in college-com “National Lampoon’s Van Wilder” in 2002.

The circumstances differ, but the phenomenon is the same, so we’ve taken a look at the careers of 10 actors who, despite repeated attempts, We The Audience in our fickle magnificence have simply not deemed worthy of the A-list. It was a charismatic and funny turn, and he soon started cropping up elsewhere—proving to be the highlight of the otherwise execrable “Blade Trinity” and finally getting a studio lead in “The Amityville Horror.” And so he entered his bankable phase, thanks to some modestly successful comedies like “Waiting…” and “Just Friends” that performed well on video, even if more expensive prospects like ‘Smokin’ Aces” and “Definitely Maybe” didn’t land.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie met while on the set of "Mr. Smith." Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston at the time, and Pitt and Jolie say they didn't start dating until after he was divorced.

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck met while filming "Daredevil" in 2003, though they didn't begin dating until 2004.

The engagement took place in Malibu Canyon as the couple watched the sunset and sipped champagne after a helicopter ride.

In December, the 6ft4 athlete took to Instagram to tell his 975,000-plus followers that he and the Virginia native were expecting a child together.'My Christmas gift came early this year, can’t wait for next year!

'If you need me I'll be here' the blonde Playboy model wrote alongside the image she shared on Tuesday.

It’s hardly the first time (and won’t be the last) Hollywood has decided that a certain actor is gonna be huge and has done all it can to make that happen, and yet it hasn’t.The mom-to-be celebrated her baby shower last week and shared snaps of the occasion to Instagram.She became engaged to the 32-year-old Olympic swimmer in October after a whirlwind romance.Take a look at these other stars who were starring in their own rom-com off screen. The "Twilight" couple were hush-hush about their off-screen coupling, though they were photographed together all over the world.less Surprise: 'Mad Men' co-stars Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser said 'I do'... The cat just got out of the bag about the couple, who wed in a secret ceremony in California. They split following her 'indiscretion' with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders. The "Twilight" couple were hush-hush about their off-screen coupling, though they were photographed together all over the world. more Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie met while on the set of "Mr. Smith." Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston at the time, and Pitt and Jolie say they didn't start dating until after he was divorced.Ryan Lochte's wife-to-be Kayla Rae Reid is taking it easy in the run-up to her due date.The 25-year-old showed of her baby bump in a tiny bikini as she enjoyed some pool time floating on an inflatable unicorn.' said Lochte, who was kissing the beauty's baby bump underwater in a swimming pool in the pic.'Best news I’ve ever received.'The overjoyed Florida native added to the romantic pic the hashtags: '#CLOUD9 #excited #family #love #2017.'Ryan is currently suspended from competing after he lied about being the victim of an armed robbery during the summer's Rio Olympics last year.It’s kind of strange and a little unfair that in a town where we’re regularly assured that every waiter is an actor waiting for his break, some never get a shot while others get more than one, even if audiences don’t embrace them the first time out.But it also shows how strange an echo-box tinseltown can be—sometimes all that needs to happen is that Studio X hears Studio Y loves This Guy for their next big star, and Studio X then has to cast him, and so on.