Film: The Notebook
Co-stars: Ryan Gosling vs. Rachel McAdams
“If you’re a bird, I’m a bird.” Apparently not. Filmmaker Nicholas Cassavetes handpicked a then-unknown juvenile actor by a name of Ryan Gosling to star as Noah, a tortured regretful in a 2004 weepie The Notebook, while Rachel McAdams won a purpose of Allie interjection to a mesmerizing audition. And, while a integrate eventually antiquated for scarcely 3 years after a film was released, things weren’t so lovey-dovey on set; in fact, during one indicate Gosling wanted her kicked off. “Maybe I’m not ostensible to tell this story, yet they were unequivocally not removing along one day on set. Really not,” Cassavetes told VH1. “And Ryan came to me, and there’s 150 people station in this large scene, and he says, ‘Nick come here.’ And he’s doing a stage with Rachel and he says, ‘Would we take her out of here and move in another singer to review off camera with me?’ we said, ‘What?’ He says, ‘I can’t. we can’t do it with her. I’m usually not removing anything from this.’”
He continued: “We went into a room with a producer; they started screaming and yelling during any other. we walked out. At that indicate we was smoking cigarettes. we smoked a cigarette and everybody came out like, ‘All right let’s do this.’ And it got improved after that, we know? They had it out… we consider Ryan reputable her for station adult for her impression and Rachel was happy to get that out in a open. The rest of a film wasn’t well-spoken sailing, yet it was smoother sailing.”
Film: Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
Co-stars: Anthony Daniels (C-3PO) vs. Kenny Baker (R2-D2)
The dual pro-Jedi robots in a strange Star Wars trilogy—the effete, pretentious C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) and a lovable lil’ beeper R2-D2 (Kenny Baker)—constantly bickered back-and-forth on-screen and, according to Baker, off as well. “Anthony doesn’t brew during all—he keeps himself to himself,” said Baker. “He never wants to have a splash with any of us. Once when we pronounced hello to him he usually incited his behind on me and said, ‘Can’t we see I’m carrying a conversation?’ we was blazing with rage. It was a rudest thing anyone had ever finished to me. we was furious. It was unbelievable.”
Later, in an interview with UK’s The Mirror, Daniels pronounced of Baker, “I never saw him. we mean, R2-D2 doesn’t even speak. He competence as good be a bucket.” The Force was apparently not clever with these two.
Film: Romeo + Juliet
Co-stars: Leonardo DiCaprio vs. Claire Danes
In Baz Luhrmann’s SoCal refurbish of a Shakespeare classic, we could literally feel a feverishness emanating from hot, young, and sweaty stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes—aided, of course, by one of a improved film soundtracks ever. But apparently a dual did not get along during all during filming. The story goes that Natalie Portman was creatively expel as Juliet, yet they shot some footage and a prolongation group concluded it looked as yet DiCaprio was “molesting” her on-screen, given Portman was usually 14 and looked too juvenile (while DiCaprio was 21). So, they expel 16-year-old Danes in a role. Danes would after call DiCaprio, who enjoyed personification pranks on a expel and crew, “very immature,” while DiCaprio suspicion a juvenile singer was too uptight. Danes, a story goes, actively abandoned DiCaprio and avoided vocalization to him when a cameras weren’t rolling.
Co-stars: Rip Torn vs. Norman Mailer
In this gigantic 1970 misfire, written, destined by, and starring Norman Mailer, a megalomaniacal film executive (Mailer) runs for U.S. President while directing his subsequent film, yet is weighed down by his uneasy younger hermit (Torn). The film was rarely improvised, and Torn got so wrapped adult in his character—along with, presumably, some healthy hysteria—that he struck Mailer in a conduct with a produce during an improv fight, intending to “kill his character.” A large quarrel ensued, with Mailer putting Torn into a headlock, satirical a square of Torn’s ear off, and a dual slaying any other on a ground. Mailer’s mother and children, who are seen screaming in horror, eventually pennyless it up. But a cameras kept rolling, and partial of a quarrel even finished it into a film. You can watch a whole video of a stupidity above.
Show: The X-Files
Co-stars: David Duchovny vs. Gillian Anderson
Sorry, X-Files superfans, yet off-screen, notwithstanding prevalent conjecture that Duchovny and Anderson were romantically involved, Mulder and Scully were NOT a biggest fans of one-another. “Familiarity breeds contempt,” Duchovny told Metro. “It’s zero to do with a other person. All that fades divided and you’re usually left with a appreciation and adore for a people you’ve worked with for so long. We used to disagree about nothing. We couldn’t mount a steer of any other.” Anderson, too, harbored resentment—and justifiably so—against Duchovny and X-Files creator Chris Carter after she detected that he was being paid twice her salary. “Was it sexism? Maybe,” she told The Telegraph. “It’s like a approach we were destined by a studios, we was to travel behind him, never side by side. we mean, that is fucking precious when we consider about it now. When we would get out a automobile and travel towards a residence we would have to be behind him, even yet we had equal dialogue.”
The dual have given buried a hatchet, and seemed to be all smiles when they attended a Paley Center eventuality celebrating a show’s 20th anniversary final year. They’re even, apparently, meddlesome in doing another X-Files movie together.
Film: Charlie’s Angels
Co-stars: Bill Murray vs. Lucy Liu
When Bernie Mac transposed Bill Murray as ‘Charlie’ in a supplement Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, it emerged that Murray had a outrageous quarrel with co-star Lucy Liu while filming a initial Charlie’s Angels. As a story goes, they were rehearsing a stage and Murray took a nasty appropriate during her behaving ability, and thereafter Liu began throwing punches and had to be restrained. Murray claims it went down a bit differently. “We began rehearsing this stage and we said, ‘Lucy, how can we wish to contend these lines? These are so crazy,’” recalled Murray. “She got insane with me given she suspicion it was a personal assault, yet a existence is she hated these lines as most as we did. But for 15 or 20 mins there, we went to a apart corners and threw hand-grenades and sky-rockets during any other.” Later, when asked about a occurrence by a Times of London, Murray said, “Look, we will boot we totally if we are unsuited and operative with me. When a attribute is professional, and you’re not removing that done, forget it.”
Film: Any Given Sunday
Co-stars: Jamie Foxx vs. LL Cool J
In Oliver Stone’s football play Any Given Sunday, Jamie Foxx plays a new star QB who thinks his shit don’t stink, while LL Cool J plays a team’s star using back, whose rumble gets stolen. On Feb. 27, 1999, while filming scenes for a film during Miami’s Pro Player Stadium, a dual came to blows. According to a Miami-Dade Police, who were called to a scene, LL began pulling Foxx and thereafter punched him in a face while he was wearing a helmet (LL claimed it was usually acting, and he was pulling Foxx to make their adversary demeanour some-more organic). After that, they concluded that LL would advise Foxx before distinguished him again. But according to Foxx, LL struck him in a behind of a conduct as he was walking divided from filming a scene, so Foxx incited around and punched him in a face. But a span has given finished up, and even featured on a handful of songs together.
Co-stars: James Franco vs. Tyrese Gibson
Annapolis, Justin Lin’s film about a juvenile cadet during a U.S. Naval Academy (Franco) who butts heads with his association autocratic officer (Gibson), was a disaster for many reasons—including a reported severity between a film’s dual stars on set. On a second to final day of shooting, Gibson reportedly took emanate with Franco’s process acting, and believed he was punching him for genuine during a fighting match. He told Franco to cold it, yet a actor stayed in impression and continued giving him a business. When Elle asked Gibson if there was one luminary whose residence he’d blow up, Gibson replied, “James Franco,” and went on to say, “James Franco is a process actor. we honour process actors, yet he never snapped out of character. Whenever we’d have to get in a ring for fighting scenes, and even during practice, a dude was full-on attack me. we was always like, ‘James, abate up, man. We’re usually practicing.’ He never lightened up.” Franco after apologized to Gibson, telling GQ, “I take full censure for any problems on that film. If he had a bad knowledge operative with me, we was substantially a jerk. we was not intentionally vicious to him, yet we was substantially so wrapped adult in my opening that we was not as accessible as we could have been.”
Film: Kramer vs. Kramer
Co-stars: Dustin Hoffman vs. Meryl Streep
In a classical film, dual of acting’s excellent play warring relatives battling over control of their juvenile son. Streep, thereafter Hollywood’s subsequent large thing, felt worried with a approach her impression was written, observation it as a bit misogynistic and one-sided. “She was informative concerns that we all had yet she gave them words,” writer/director Robert Benton after recalled. So, Streep rewrote most of her dialogue, that led to tragedy with her co-star, Hoffman, who felt she was perplexing to upstage him. “I hated her guts. Yes, we hated her guts,” pronounced Hoffman. “But we reputable her.” In a 2001 documentary Finding a Truth: The Making of Kramer vs. Kramer, Hoffman blamed his disastrous opinion towards Streep on a divorce record he was going by during a time—an instance of art imitating life. “I’m certain we was behaving out on her via a movie,” Hoffman recalled. “Stuff that we was feeling toward a mother that we was divorcing in genuine life.” In one scene, Hoffman makeshift and threw a booze potion into a wall, that managed to piss off Streep. “I found out most after while we were doing a publicity, that he was insane during me. He, Dustin, was insane during me, Meryl,” Streep removed in doc. “I still don’t know why.”
Later, on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, Streep was asked to play a diversion of Fuck, Marry, Kill, and a 3 behaving co-stars horde Andy Cohen gave were: Jack Nicholson, Robert Redford, and Dustin Hoffman. A diversion Streep chose to pelt Jack, marry Redford, and kill bad Hoffman.
Co-stars: Shia LaBeouf vs. Tom Hardy
This one isn’t that startling given LaBeouf’s new antics. While filming a Depression-era western Lawless, LaBeouf admitted that he struggled to get on a same page as his co-star Hardy, and a bad fun led to a fight between a dual of them and that thereafter he “never did that roughhouse things with me again.”
Hardy addressed a incident later, saying, “I got knocked out by Shia LaBeouf, actually.” He added, “[It was] behind a scenes. No, he did. He knocked me out sparko. Out cold. He’s a bad, bad boy. He is. He’s utterly intimidating as well. He’s a frightful dude… He usually pounded me. He was celebration moonshine. we was wearing a cardigan, and er, went down. we woke adult in Pnut’s [Hardy’s trainer’s] arms.”