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Famous Co-Stars Who Totally Hated Each Other


Here are 14 proofs that your favorite celebs can be a-holes too, which means they’re just humans, like you and me. I mean, what did you expect? Conflict is in our nature after all. Getting mad at other people releases stress but also makes you look like a child throwing a tantrum, no matter how many awards you’ve won.
I bet all of the celebs on this list regretted their outbursts sooner or later and will one day become best pals with the person they’ve dissed. But anyway, let’s see what sparked the hatred in the first place!



Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams
Nick Cassavetes, the director of The Notebook, confessed that Gosling and McAdams could not stand each other on set for no apparent reason, but still got into a real-life relationship. How? Why?

Will Smith and Janet Hubert
Janet Hubert, the original actress who played Aunt Viv on «Fresh Prince» got fired, and a “fresh” new actress got her spot. Later Hubert blamed Smith and even called him “an ego maniac” and an “asshole.”

Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio
The legendary star-crossed lovers in Baz Luhrmann’s «Romeo + Juliet» may have acted like they were in love, but rumor has it their chemistry on set was pure hatred.

Bill Murray and Lucy Liu
Have you ever wondered why Bill Murray was replaced with Bernie Mac in «Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle»? It’s all because uncle Bill liked to poke fun at Liu saying that she couldn’t act.

Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey
Minaj called Carey a “bitter, insecure woman” when they both joined «Idol» in 2013 which immediately started a feud of epic proportions! Sick burn, by the way. (it’s really not)

William Shatner and George Takei
It all started when… Wait, what? No one remembers how this legendary feud even began? Well, okay then, let’s move on.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall
Parker and Cattrall had a big fight when Kim discovered that Sarah made way more money than the rest of the cast of «Sex and the City».

Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre
Remember the whole Charlie Sheen situation from a few years back? Well, turns out he accused the director of being a racist before getting fired from the 2.5 Men. Lorre even filmed a weird-ass ending where Chuck himself dropped a piano onto Charlie Sheen’s double. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson
During the 9 seasons of “X Files” David and Gillian couldn’t stand each other more often than they could, which makes it even more impressive that they’ve managed to work together for so long. This deserves an x file of its own!

Kenny Baker and Anthony Daniels
What? Actors who played R2D2 and C3PO, the best droid bros ever, actually did not get along? Apparently they drove each other crazy on the Star Wars set, and R2 beep-boop-beeped the press that Threepio was boring and aggravating.

Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey
Who could have known that such amazing actors would not get along on the set of Batman Forever? Rumors say that Tommy Lee disliked Jim so much that he refused to have lunch in his presence.

Sylvester Stallone and Richard Gere
While filming «The Lords of Flatbush» Stallone started going around the set telling people that Gere spilled chicken grease on him. Oh the humanity!

Charlie Sheen and Selma Blair
You may have suspected that Charlie Sheen’s name would pop up again, so here it is. Sheen had Blair written out of «Anger Management» and called her the c-word while telling her she was fired. Really mature, Chuck.

Robert Downey, Jr. and Terrence Howard
Remember the guy who played Rhodey in the 1st Iron Man movie? That was Terrence Howard, who had to leave the franchise because Downey stole his money, kicked him out of the deal, and didn’t reply his phone calls.



You know what they say – never meet your heroes, kids. Lesson learned.