10. Alex Cox – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Repo Man director Alex Cox was employed by Rhino Studios in 1992 to direct an adaptation of the Hunter S. Thompson’s gonzo novel. He also contributed in writing the screenplay of the movie. His idea got rejected by Thompson, nevertheless. Alex was fired on the set and the movie got completed by Terry Gilliam.

Alex Cox

9. John G. Avildsen – Saturday Night Fever

John Travolta‘s 1977 American dance movie was presented beneath the steerage of John Badham. Nevertheless, it was originally alleged to be shot beneath the supervision of John Avildsen. Sources reveal that John was fired on the set by producer Robert Stigwood who wanted a less cynical and more upbeat tone to the disco movie.

John G. Avildsen

8. Philip Kaufman – The Outlaw Josey Wales

This movie was released in 1976. It’s the adaptation of the large screen by Philip Kaufman and Sonia Cherrus. There have been extraordinarily serious creative variations between the lead actor Clint Eastwood and Kaufman which led the director to stay out of this movie.

Philip Kaufman

7. Dick Richards – Jaws

The story of the enormous man-eating nice white shark was made by Steven Spielberg, however things did not stay similar to expected. Richards kept on referring to the good white as a whale. He was fired by Brown, and was replaced by Steven Spielberg. Richards returned to the set some time later, however fell off a camera crane.

Dick Richards

6. Kevin Jarre – Tombstone

Kevin Jarre was fired on the set of Tombstone. He was the person behind bringing the story of Wyatt Earp, the Gunfight on the O.Okay. Corral and the Earp Vendetta Ride to life. This was not a simple job. There remained variations of opinions between him and movie producer.

Kevin Jarre

5. James Cameron – Piranha II: The Spawning

James Cameron is one other director on this list. He began Piranha II: The Spawning with producer Ovidio Assonitis. One early scene concerned an in depth-up of actress Carole Davis. Because of sudden circumstance, an entire day was wasted without filming a single thing and this made the producer indignant and he fired James on the set.

James Cameron

4. Brenda Chapman – Brave

Brenda Chapman is a widely famous director of all time. She developed the concept and story for Brave, and was asked to direct the movie by Pixar. There have been variations between Pixar and Brenda because of which director of the movie was replaced with Mark Andrews.

Brenda Chapman

3. Richard Thorpe – The Wizard of Oz

This classic remained controversial from the very first day. Snafus included the issue with getting over lots of of people for the Munchkinland sequences, and there have been issues with Margaret Hamilton as well. Richard, considerably, did not manage all of the things which is why he was fired.

Richard Thorpe

2. Richard Stanley – The Island of Dr. Moreau

Richard Stanley was given the project of The Island of Dr. Moreau. He was to offer life to H.G Wells’ novel. He even had written the screenplay of this remake. It is because of his rude nature that made Richard loss this project.

Richard Stanley

1. Josh Trank – Star Wars Spinoff

With the success of his first feature film, Chronicle, director Josh Trank became one of many youngest administrators of his time. he was given the chance to direct Star Wars Spinoff. He left the production. There have been talks that he was a person with erratic behavior.

Josh Trank