Movie couples who hated each other
Couples on movie set that they don't get along in private life
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Here What Tony Curtis said about Marilyn
When asked what it was like kissing Marilyn Monroe – who, at the time, was considered one of the most desirable women in the world – Curtis responded: "It was like kissing Hitler".
Speaking about the scene in which the couple kiss on a yacht, he later recalled: "It was awful. She nearly choked me to death by deliberately sticking her tongue down my throat into my windpipe."
Because of a bad gum infection in 1933, he had to have most of his teeth removed and replaced by dentures, which caused him to suffer from halitosis. During the filming of Gone with the Wind, Vivien Leigh complained about how foul the stench was... but they got along really well other than that.
Sean Young had no such lovely memories of Blade Runner, as she and Ford didn’t get along at all.
There was no love lost between "Blade Runner" co-stars Harrison Ford and Sean Young, and because of that their "love scene" was called "the hate scene" on set.
On the set, this sometimes caused tensions to flare up between Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep. Hoffman was hearing lots of advance publicity about newcomer Streep and how she was mastering the role and Hoffman felt he was being upstaged. When Streep wanted to change around the dialogue in the restaurant meeting scene, Hoffman became furious. As Hoffman recalled, "I hated her guts. Yes, I hated her guts. But I respected her." He accepted that Streep wasn't arguing for what was best for her character but what was best for the movie.
This didn't stop the two of them from poking fun at each other on the set. Hoffman and Streep would often, jokingly, try to get Justin Henry to pick one of them over the other. One day on the set, Hoffman asked Henry who he'd rather be with. Henry said, "Her. She's nicer," to which Hoffman replied, "Oh yeah? Work with her five weeks then see what you say."
Bill Murray refused to work with her ever again after crossing swords with her on the set of Stripes
Working with Sean young was so pleasant that Kevin Costner wasn't one to remember her birthday after making No Way Out.
Bill Murray was not amongst the list of returnees for the pretty insipid Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and given that the first movie hardly resulted in he and Lucy Liu exchanging Christmas cards, that's perhaps no surprise. Murray, who apparently wasn't a massive fan of director McG either, reportedly called into question Lucy Liu's acting ability in front of everyone, and Liu, if you believe the stories, didn't take this particularly well. Head to your gossip site of choice to find out her apparently not very calm reaction.
The bottom line was the Murray, the best thing in the first Charlie's Angels movie, declined the opportunity to return for the second, with the late Bernie Mac taking his role instead.
You have imagined the press tour for the upcoming film 50 Shades of Grey—by now firmly established as among the most disastrous of the past decade, if not so far this century.
The most glaring problem with the press blitz—currently several months underway, though the film will not be released for another two weeks—is also the most damning for the upcoming film: Simply put, romantic leads Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan do not like each other.
They dislike other things as well—the press; sex; the film in which they are starring—but it is clear their distaste for each other is the most keenly felt of all.
While Allie and Noah were arguing, breaking up, and eventually reconciling, Gosling and McAdams were apparently just ... arguing. "Maybe I’m not supposed to tell this story, but they were really not getting along one day on set. Really not," Notebook director Nicholas Cassavetes told VH1.
“And Ryan came to me, and there’s 150 people standing in this big scene, and he says, ‘Nick come here.’ And he’s doing a scene with Rachel and he says, ‘Would you take her out of here and bring in another actress to read off camera with me?’ I said, ‘What?’ He says, ‘I can’t. I can’t do it with her. I’m just not getting anything from this.’”
The director went on to describe how the pair resorted to "screaming and shouting" at each other. But all that tension was clearly a sign of something deeper: after the film was finished, Gosling and McAdams ended up dating for three years.
Pierce Brosnan apparently wasn't too keen on working with Tomorrow Never Dies Bond girl Teri Hatcher: the actor resented the soon-to-be Desperate Housewife for her poor timekeeping and late arrivals on set. “I got very upset with her,” Brosnan later said. “She was always keeping me waiting for hours. I must admit I let slip a few words which weren’t very nice." It eventually transpired that poor Hatcher was pregnant and suffering from morning sickness.
Pierce apologize later to her for his not good behaviour.
When asked his opinion on his A Change of Seasons co-star Shirley MacLaine, Anthony Hopkins got straight to the point, stating: "She was the most obnoxious actress I have ever worked with." While the exact reasons for his dislike were never made clear, the stress of working with "obnoxious" MacLaine seemed to have a knock-on effect on the star's acting.
I don't like Angelina too, so i understand Johnny !
“She’s getting fed up with Johnny,” says the insider. “Their chemistry was supposed to fly off the charts, but in private, they’re not getting along.”
While on on-set source says Johnny considers Angelina uptight and self-involved, Angelina thinks Johnny parties too much – and is bothered by his late nights and time spent practicing with the band Babybird, which she fears could affect his performance. The insider reveals it annoys Angelina when Johnny shows up late to set.
Lou Gossett Jr,revealed the less-than-romantic truth behind one of the most famous on-screen relationships of the Eighties: Debra Winger hated making the film and likened co-star Gere to “a brick wall”.
Sharon Stone enjoyed "torturing" Baldwin between takes, purely to amuse herself. During one kissing scene, she allegedly bit her co-star's tongue so hard that he wasn’t able to speak for a week afterwards.
Shannen Doherty "famous" behaviour during acting...
Jason Lee, who played Shannen Doherty's love interest in Kevin Smith's 1994 comedy Mall Rats, was said to have found his co-star remarkably unpleasant to work with.
He wasn't the first of Doherty's co-stars to make similar claims: both Jason Priestley, who played Doherty's brother on the TV series Beverly Hills 90210, and Alyssa Milano, who played her sister on Charmed, have described the actress as "difficult".
Claire Danes may have been only 16 when she filmed Baz Luhrmann's pop-video-style Shakespeare update, but that didn't stop her from finding her 22-year-old co-star irritatingly immature. Danes allegedly became fed up with DiCaprio's habit of playing pranks on the cast and crew, while, Leo in turn found Danes annoyingly reserved and uptight.
According to moviemaking rumour, the pair avoided speaking when the cameras weren’t rolling – less "star-crossed lovers", more just two quite cross stars.
Swayze allegedly found Grey intensely irritating to work with. “She’d slip into silly moods, forcing us to do scenes over and over,” he later wrote in his memoir. “We did have a few moments of friction… she seemed particularly emotional, sometimes bursting into tears if someone criticised her.”
The pair first clashed on the set of the 1994 romantic comedy I Love Trouble (their mutual distaste translated into a distinct lack of on-screen chemistry), during which they reportedly ended up having to shoot some of their scenes separately. Afterwards, Roberts described Nick Nolte as “completely disgusting”, while Nolte's take on Roberts was: “she’s not a nice person, everyone knows that.”
How much Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon hate each other.
The Vaughn/ Witherspoon clash is all to do with preparation, apparently. Reports suggest that while Reese Witherspoon prefers to rehearse and rehearse to define nuance and subtlety, Vince Vaughn likes to barge on set as the cameras start rolling and make up a lot of fast-talking nonsense that hasn't got anything to do with anything. According to a source:
"Vince rolls onto set in the morning looking like he just came in from a night out, while Reese will arrive early looking camera-ready. Then Reese tries to force Vince into blocking out each scene and running through their lines as Vince tries to convince her that he's an ad-libber and wants to play around and see where the scene goes. She's a one-take perfectionist and Vince likes to try it a few different ways. Sometimes Vince will be standing behind her and he has this look on his face that he just wants to kill her!"
Try to be sexy... Olivier was mad... noboby is more sexy than Marilyn !
The full extent of Laurence Olivier's hatred for Marilyn Monroe is revealed in a new biography of one of Britain's most renowned film-makers.
Britain's leading actor regarded Hollywood's greatest star as an utter "bitch" who lacked talent and sex appeal. Lord Olivier's damning verdict of his co-star is demonstrated in a memoir of Jack Cardiff, the double Oscar-winning cinematographer, who worked with the stars on their 1957 film, The Prince and the Showgirl.
Cardiff reveals that Olivier developed a hatred of the American actress which he carried to his death. Twenty-five years after they made the film together, and despite her own tragic death, the actor would still privately refer to her as a "bitch".
"From the first, it was evident that Marilyn was going to be a problem for Larry on the film. Most actors will come on the set and chat, but she would never come on the set. She went through so many agonized times with Larry because he was, to her, a pain in the arse. She never forgave him for saying to her once, 'Try and be sexy'.
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Notwithstanding the fact that Snipes apparently communicated with director David S Goyer via notes that he signed 'Blade', there was also the small matter of Ryan Reynolds apparently having to do the bulk of his on-screen scenes with Blade in isolation. Snipes apparently would only come out of his trailer by the end for close-ups, and that meant that Reynolds could have a free reign to do what he wanted, which he pretty much did. Were he doing his gags and riffs opposite another actor, then chances are he'd be told to stop. Because Snipes wasn't there? Reynolds had a bit of a field day. Snipes has never commented on it.
It added character to a movie that's hardly overflowing with it. So whilst the reason Snipes and Reynolds didn't really get on in this case was that they never really had a chance to, it all seems worth it just for the tales of Snipes' on-set antics...
Val Kilmer and Tom Sizemore didn't get along, they have done separate scenes and production video editing them together afterwards. The director Antony Hoffman stopped making movies .
Rumors say that Debra winger wasn't the ideal partner to work with, the most funniest episode was the she farted in front of Shirley face, well for Shirley wasn't so funny...
Since the big cast of stars, was not easy to get along, rumors says that Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen they have had many quarrels.
It's Very sad to know That R2 - D2 and C - 3PO did not get along , but Actors Kenny Baker and Anthony Daniels should not stay the same room . Baker explained What , one day , he Hailed Daniels on the set , and " He just turned his shoulders and said to me : "Do not you see that I'm having a conversation?" Baker remarked: " It ' was the rudest thing anyone has ever done to me . I was furious . "
Jamie Foxx was the highest paid of the two , had won his Oscar for Ray , and was aware that his star was on the rise . This " influenced his behavior " with the unhappiness of Colin Farrell .
As Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett were the two protagonists of the film , this was a problem . Hartnett said that " there have been times when we were sitting in the car , we had to do a scene and none of us said anything for an hour ."
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