Katherine Heigl, Charlize Theron, Halle Berry: 10 Stars Who Trashed Their Own TV Shows and Movies (GALLERY)

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Angus T. Jones calls 'Two and a Half Men' "filth" in shocking video. Read More »

Angus T. Jones created a media firestorm on Monday when he openly trashed his CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men in a now-controversial YouTube video.

"If you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching Two and a Half Men,” said Jones in a religious testimonial for Forerunner Chronicles. “I’m on Two and a Half Men, and I don’t want to be on it. Please stop watching it, and filling your head with filth."

"People say it’s just entertainment. Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you, you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially with what you watch on the television. It’s bad news," the 19-year-old continued.

While shocking, Jones -- who has been with the hit show since its launch in 2003 -- isn't the first celebrity in Hollywood to bite the hand that feeds him.

In fact, many of today's stars have found themselves in similar positions when speaking honestly -- or at least openly -- about their past or current projects.

Among the most infamous: Katherine Heigl, who bashed the Judd Apatow vehicle Knocked Up in 2007, and then her hit TV drama Grey's Anatomy the following year; and Richard Gere, who in 2012 referred to his 1990 blockbuster comedy Pretty Woman as a "silly romantic comedy."

Who else has spoken negatively about their past work? Celebuzz has pulled together 10 of the most memorable quotes from celebrities, which you can check out now in the gallery, above.

Do you think it's acceptable for stars to hate on their projects? Sound off in the comments.

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  • Kenneth
    Kenneth

    Can't believe the comments of some people. Despite their huge paychecks and sometimes large ego's, they are still people who have the right to have an opinion. Are only we normal work folk allowed to complain about our bosses or jobs? And in many cases, they were right. "Oh, you should read the script!" Doesn't always work like that, sometimes they're in contract with the studio to do a certain amount of films. And really, wouldn't you do a movie for a huge paycheck, even if it sucked? They are entitled to their opinion, whether you agree with it or not. In case of a couple (Heigl, Berry and Plummer for example) I even agree.

  • josie
    josie

    I love how those actors say bad things after their movies or tv shows AFTER THEY WON AN OSCAR, GOLDEN GLOBE OR EMMY. Jeez, either you shut up or don't take the freaking award.

  • josie
    josie

    I don't like her - at all. She is a poor actress, she played in the worst James Bond movie and I have no idea how she won that Oscar in Monster's Ball (probably thanks to the naked scenes). Halle, when you receive a script for a new movie YOU READ IT FIRST. Catwoman was a bad idea from the beginning. You really thought you can save the superheroes movies with Catwoman? Seriously, you should have waited until Spider Man.

  • josie
    josie

    She is not a good actress, but she was right about Transformers, and anyway Megan, the last movie sucked without you (at least she was hotter than Rosie and had a good chemistry with Shia)

  • josie
    josie

    WHO AND WHAT MOVIE??

  • josie
    josie

    Well...it was bad. Ben Affleck can say that too.