People know when the chemistry between actors is bad. It affects the overall mood of the scenes in which the actors appear and often makes the film the object of higher criticism. But in some cases, it’s more than just a lack of chemistry. Some co-stars seem to have total disdain for each other.
Below is a list of actors who hated each other enough to see them on screen.
1. Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel
The rivalry between veteran actors Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel is no secret to fans of both stars and those who follow pop culture.
Johnson reportedly hated his action series co-star fast and furious, Vin Diesel thought so deeply before parting ways with the franchise that they agreed to an eighth film on the condition that they would not share scenes together. Johnson also declined a personal invitation from Diesel to return to the franchise. The two have been feuding for about six years.
2. Debra Winger and Shirley MacLaine
One moviegoer commented, “Debra Winger and Shirley MacLaine hated each other, which adds to the strained relationship between Emma and Aurora in TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, making the film more than just a sweet tear-jerker. It has become better,” he wrote.
Debra Winger and Shirley MacLaine had a mother-daughter relationship in the 1983 American family comedy-drama film Dear terms.
As tense as it was on set, in real life the relationship between the co-stars got even worse. They have been very open about their struggles in working with each other, claiming that their difficulties stem primarily from their different acting styles.
3. Nicole Williamson and Helen Mirren
A moviegoer described the toxic relationship between his co-stars in the 1981 film. excalibur:
“John Boorman cast Nicole Williamson as Merlin and Helen Mirren as Morgana precisely because they hated each other so thoroughly. I wanted it to seep out.”
“According to the story, each of them pleaded with Boorman to change his mind when they found out that they had been cast. To their credit, they were impeccable on set.” It was reported that he acted with unflinching professionalism, but intense disgust was evident in the dialogue scenes.”
“The reason behind the hatred is said to be that a play they appeared in years ago was panned by critics. Hell has no fury like a despised mistress.
4. Bill Murray and Chevy Chase
Bill Murray and Chevy Chase had a big fight that made headlines. The “SNL” stars had an infamous physical altercation backstage when Chase confronted Murray and challenged him to a fight in the dressing room before the show. This resulted in tension between both stars at the live show, and despite claiming to have buried Nata, their performance in the 1980 comedy was interrupted. caddy shack It will prove otherwise.
As one moviegoer said, “Bill Murray and Chevy Chase only co-star in one scene in Caddy Shack, but that was very rare.”
One joked, “Chevy Chase doesn’t even get along with himself.”
5. Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss
Billy Murray once again found himself at odds with his co-star. That’s exactly what’s happening on screen how about bob?wondering if the real tension affected things.
One fan said, “Dreyfus’ performance will be more authentic.”
6. Richard Dreyfuss and Robert Shaw
This time around, Dreyfus is guilty of the double sin of not getting along with his co-stars.in the meantime Jawsthere was serious tension between him and Shaw.
“Apparently, the show pestered Dreyfus to the point that he almost jumped off the mast of the ship to prove his manhood before Spielberg intervened,” said one insider.
7. Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey
Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey co-starred in the 1995 movie batman foreverwith Carey playing the Riddler and Jones playing Two-Face.
Jones has not spoken out about his feelings for Carrie, but Carrie claims to have openly said that he (Jones) hates him. Carrie approached Jones at her restaurant and tried to sit with her, but she looked at Jones and saw blood running down her face, she said. “I can’t excuse your clowning,” he said to Carrie.
8. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford
Bette Davis and Joan Crawford co-starred in the 1962 thriller film What happened to Baby Jane?
One moviegoer said, “When the studio tried to reunite the two for Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte, they were forced to replace Crawford with Olivia de Havilland. “She and Davis were poisoning each other at that point.”
9. Uma Thurman and Daryl Hannah
Starring Uma Thurman and Daryl Hannah Kill Bill Volume 2.
“Even after the filming ended, they apparently still hated each other. At the 2004 Cannes Film Festival, they were put in separate hotels by a hotel employee to prevent an argument. , because they were in isolation, whose prowess was clearly demonstrated in their sword fight in the Bad trailer,” a fan wrote.
10. Jonah Hill and Christopher Mintz-Plasse
These on-screen characters are super bad Stars don’t get along. There could be a reason for that, after all.
One moviegoer said, “Apparently Jonah Hill didn’t like Christopher Mintz-Plasse, which was a particular reason for finally casting him as McRovin.” Hill’s character’s hatred of Macrobin in the film undoubtedly increases. ”
11. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford
co-stars of no matter what happens to baby jane is one of the most famous examples on our list.
When the studio tried to reunite the two, Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte, they had to substitute Olivia de Havilland for Crawford. She and Davis “had poison on each other at that point.”
12. Burt Reynolds and Paul Thomas Anderson
Here we come to an example of an actor hating a filmmaker while making a movie. boogie nights. Reynolds fired his agent because of the movie, but was nominated for an Oscar for his performance.
One moviegoer said, “It has to do with the extreme distaste that Burt Reynolds had for Paul Thomas Anderson while filming Boogie Nights.” “The fact that Burt couldn’t stand Paul Thomas Anderson and seemed to call his performance rather than being a big fan of the script, probably contributed to the greatness of the role. He was very relaxed, calm, cool and kept his composure in every scene.”
13. Jason Alexander and Heidi Swedberg
Swedberg originally debuted as Susan Ross in Season 4. seinfeld. She returned full-time as George’s fiancée in Season 7, but she met her unfortunate death by licking a toxic envelope. However, Alexander wasn’t a big fan of Swedberg and didn’t feel he played any better than the rest of the cast.
“Apparently, she wasn’t on the show because she was funny at first, but because she found a direction in a very small role,” said one fan. But then they started bringing her back as George’s girlfriend. When Jason found out their character was engaged, Jason pleaded with Larry David to reconsider her. because he felt that she didn’t get along with her. And LD told him “so”.
14. Will Ferrell and James Caan
They may not have actually had any hatred for each other, but comedian Will Ferrell was able to put on the skin of legendary actor James Caan.
“While filming fairyWill Ferrell annoyed James Caan on set, and the cast worried Caan would lose his temper. Khan’s frustration is showing a little bit on screen,” said one fan.
another fairy It points out that Khan’s performance improves significantly as a result.
Boroele Seibidor, affectionately known as BS, is a Nigerian-based writer and poet. Topics she likes to cover include music, especially hip hop, movies, lifestyle and fashion. She has been published by Feral Journal, Fantasy Magazine, The Temz Review, and most famously her Wealth of Geeks. She enjoys romantic dinners, watching movies, and touring new places. When she’s not writing, she’s exploring the hip-hop underground world, watching TikToks, and going to the movies.