5. Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson enhances any motion picture he’s in. This is the reason why it’s still so shocking to see what a failure his character was in Star Wars. Jackson played Mace Windu, the Jedi Master with the purple lightsaber and practically no other distinguishing traits. George Lucas and his team appeared to have overlooked the fact that if they had cast Samuel L. Jackson in their film, they should let him be Samuel L. Jackson. Rather, the generally cool and appealing on-screen character was wasted on a character who truly didn’t contribute much to the original trilogy other than taking out Jango Fett and almost taking out Emperor Palpatine. Mace Windu had all the correct elements for a fascinating character however lamentably, not even Samuel L. Jackson could make it a reality.
4. Daniel Logan
It’s somewhat unfair to single out kid performers for being miscast in a role. However, when they’re as irritating and prominent as Daniel Logan’s young Boba Fett, a little criticism is justified. To be reasonable for Logan, having a young Boba Fett in Attack of the Clones was an unpleasant choice in any case. It showcased him as a pouty, obstinate child. In the event that Lucas was adamant that a young Fett was to show up, he presumably ought to have aged the character a bit. Rather, they picked Daniel Logan, who sadly just appeared to be truly irritating.