Shortly after the success of staple ‘80s films Pretty in Pink, The Breakfast Club, and Sixteen Candles, star Molly Ringwald was in high demand in Hollywood. Unfortunately for her, she turned down one of the major roles that was offered to her as a result: The prostitute with a heart of gold, Vivian, in 1990’s Pretty Woman. Julia Roberts was eventually cast, and she, in turn, cemented her status as America’s sweetheart and won a Golden Globe award for the role. Around that same time, Ringwald also turned down the role of Molly in Ghost, which eventually went to Demi Moore. Big mistake. Big. Huge.