16 Actors Who Don’t Get Along And Refuse to Film Scenes Together

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Actors are just people and they also have conflicts. Nexter.org found out what celebrities don’t get along with each other and who choose not to share any screen time together. 

Ryan Reynolds and Wesley Snipes

Source: Marvel Enterprises

Ryan Reynolds claimed he was no longer going to work with Wesley Snipes after stars were filming ‘Blade: Trinity’. According to the crew, Snipes was constantly chilling out during the shooting process and Reynolds had to work mostly with his stunt double. Snipes didn’t refute these claims.

George Clooney and Russell Crowe

Source: Getty Images

The tension between George Clooney and Russel Crowe was revealed in December 2013 when Clooney declared in his interview with Esquire that Crowe needed to apologize for insulting him. “He [Crowe] picked a fight with me. He started it for no reason at all. He put out this thing saying, ’George Clooney, Harrison Ford, and Robert De Niro are sellouts.’ ”

Later, Crowe sent Clooney a disc of his along with his own poetry as a peace offering with a note saying, “It was all misquoted.” Nevertheless, we still haven’t seen these 2 actors in the same scene together.

Lena Headey and Jerome Flynn

Source: HBO

You’re not likely to see both Cersei Lannister and Bronn together in a scene on Game of Thrones. It’s even more unlikely to see them in the same room offset. This is because back in 2002, Headey and Flynn used to be a couple. Apparently, their love story didn’t end on a good note.

 

Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel

Source: Fast Five / Universal Pictures

It’s easy to assume that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Vin Diesel are best friends since they have so much in common. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth — they don’t get along with each other at all.

This is because of a comment that Johnson posted on his Instagram in 2016 while filming ‘The Fast and the Furious’ where he claimed that his female co-stars were hilarious but he couldn’t say the same about his male co-stars.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Johnson confirmed that they were not in any scenes together in the movie, chalking it up to “different approaches to filmmaking”.

Bill Murray and Lucy Liu

Source: Columbia Pictures

It’s said that while shooting Charlie’s Angels, Bill Murray had carelessly criticized Lucy Liu’s acting talent which led to her angry outburst that spoiled their relationship. In the sequel, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Murray was replaced by Bernie Mac.

 

 

Sylvester Stallone and Richard Gere

Source: Getty Images

The feud between Richard Gere and Sylvester Stallone started on the set of The Lords of Flatbush. The reason for their mutual disdain is unknown — it just happened. It grew so strong that they even had a fistfight, resulting in Gere being replaced in the movie.

 

Alec Baldwin and Shia LaBeouf

Source: Getty Images

It’s not in the movie, but in the Broadway play, Orphans, Alec Baldwin was attacked by Shia LaBeouf for not having memorized his lines. “If you don’t say your lines,” LaBeouf claimed, “I’m just going to keep saying my lines.” After the incident, Baldwin asked production to let him quit.

 

Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte

Source:  Touchstone Pictures

Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte didn’t hit it off while filming ‘I Love Trouble’ from the beginning. The two celebrities simply couldn’t stand each other which led to their cold relationship.

After filming was over, Roberts and Nolte shared some not-so-nice words toward each other in various interviews and vowed to never share screen time again.


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