Referring to herself as "like a 90-year-old woman," Hewitt confessed how new she was to "the whole internet and Twitter and Facebook, and all of that." She then said, "Back in my day, we walked to school barefoot in the snow— uphill both ways!
We imagine her saying something like, "So if the ghost I'm whispering to drinks a Coke, the viewers will want a Coke? " No director wants to work with someone who can't handle criticism (constructive or otherwise), and this is another likely reason Hewitt isn't inundated with offers anymore.
Case in point: she made a huge deal about quitting Twitter over the sheer "negativity" that users were sending her way, writing, "I'm sad to say Twitter is no longer for me.
At the movies, on the other hand, Hewitt briefly flirted with A-list status before completely dropping off the radar.
Looking back at her career, it's easy to understand why.
The network did, indeed, write off FBI Agent Kate Callahan, though reportedly not in response to its disgruntled followers.
, Hewitt waited until the end of 2014 to tell the creative team she was pregnant with her second child and due in the summer of 2015, when filming would need to resume for the next season of the show.If any of this unsubstantiated, but oft repeated, scuttlebutt is true, it could explain why Hewitt seems to be collecting more eye rolls than movie roles.Hewitt stars as one of several avatar-like creatures divided by race wars and romance.Life should be filled with positivity and holding each other up, not making threats and sending bad vibes…" All Hewitt did by making a show of leaving Twitter was highlight her unpopularity.Not to mention, her grand exit was all in vain because she later returned and began tweeting as much as ever.Hoping to see the same profit margin with the sequel, producers budgeted million, but the writing was on the wall when the first weekend's receipts amounted to less than million.