Turns out, a bonafide Hollywood star can mean one thing to the audience at home, and another thing entirely to the critic combing over their performance on the screen. The Hustle was curious about which big-name actors mainly bring in the box-office gold and which ones are merely the critics' darlings, so they compiled a huge amount of data to find the very interesting results.
Some of that data included a list of actors' average Metacritic score, based on film critics' reviews of their entire body of cinematic work. The average score was 54, on a scale of very, very bad to acting perfection.
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