16 Actors Who Really Didn’t Get Along While Filming, Which Is Devastating, To Be Honest

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We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the most interesting behind-the-scenes Hollywood feud they knew. Here are the verrrrry entertaining results:

1.

Lea Michele and Naya Rivera, Glee


Fox

In Naya Rivera’s memoir, Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Making Up, she claimed she and Lea Michele didn’t get along while filming Glee, especially during Season 6. Rivera wrote, «If I’d complained about anyone or anything, she’d assumed I was bitching about her. Soon, she started to ignore me, and eventually it got to the point where she didn’t say a word to me for all of Season 6.»

Rivera also wrote about Michele’s reaction when Santana started getting more onscreen time: «As the show progressed, though, that friendship started to break down, especially as Santana moved from a background character to one with bigger plot lines and more screen time. I think Rachel—erm, I mean Lea—didn’t like sharing the spotlight.»

—buzzwordz

2.

Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, Dirty Dancing


Vestron Pictures

Grey didn’t want Swayze being cast as her leading man in Dirty Dancing because of a feud they had while filming another ’80s movie a few years prior, Red Dawn. After he was cast as Johnny, the two actors had a deep conversation, and tried to put their old differences aside — but they constantly bickered during filming. When the director of Dirty Dancing shot the scene with Johnny and Baby practicing a certain sensual arm gesture, he just let the camera roll and captured Swayze’s genuine frustration with Grey.

—kaylayandoli

3.

Will Smith and Janet Hubert, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air


NBC

Will Smith and the original Aunt Viv, played by Janet Hubert, had strong creative differences on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air since the series started. Allegedly, Hubert and Smith argued all the time behind the scenes, and it was a battle between two actors who wanted their time in the spotlight. Hubert therefore made the filming environment pretty uncomfortable for everyone, so she was eventually replaced halfway through the series.

Smith said on a radio show back in 1993: «I can say straight up that Janet Hubert wanted the show to be The Aunt Viv of Bel-Air Show because I know she is going to dog me in the press. She has basically gone from a quarter of a million dollars a year to nothing. She’s mad now but she’s been mad all along. She said once, ‘I’ve been in the business for 10 years and this snotty-nosed punk comes along and gets a show.’ No matter what, to her I’m just the Antichrist.»

—spenceralthouse

4.

Chevy Chase and almost everyone on Community


NBC

Chevy Chase notoriously butted heads with almost everyone during his time on Community, from show-runners to his co-stars. He made everyone feel uncomfortable behind the scenes whenever he made racist and prejudice jokes. According to show creator Dan Harmon, Chase would say racist things to co-star Donald Glover, like: «People think you’re funnier because you’re black.»

—akmill24601

5.

Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion, Castle


ABC

On the set of Castle, Katic and Fillion would constantly fight behind the scenes, despite their characters being madly in love with each other onscreen. Apparently Katic was very unhappy with the working environment, and because of her alleged feud with Fillion, their characters split up and she was fired from the show.

A few years after her abrupt exit, Katic told Entertainment Weekly: «I’m actually still not clear on the thought process behind the way that it went down. It hurt and it was a harsh ending, but now, nearly two years later…I met so many beautiful people on that project, and we collaborated on something really unique in that it’s not every day that you get a show, or a series, that has eight seasons and that it was a hit for the network.»

—emilyj4c7fc8177

6.

Vin Diesel and The Rock, The Fate of the Furious


Universal Pictures

During the last week of filming The Fate of the Furious in 2016, The Rock posted a video on his Instagram account talking about a certain male co-star, which was later revealed to be Vin Diesel.

The Rock said: «My female co-stars are always amazing and I love ’em. My male co-stars however are a different story. Some conduct themselves as stand-up men and true professionals, while others don’t. The ones that don’t are too chicken-shit to do anything about it anyway. Candy asses. When you watch this movie next April and it seems like I’m not acting in some of these scenes and my blood is legit boiling — you’re right.»

—monikap6

7.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall, Sex and the City


HBO

A few years ago when Cattrall’s brother died, Parker showed support for her former Sex and the City co-star. Cattrall then fired back and called Parker out in front of everyone, uploading a picture on Instagram that read: «I don’t need your love or support at this tragic time, @sarahjessicaparker.»

Everyone was shocked when they learned about this Sex and the City feud, and Cattrall wasn’t afraid to hold back. She said: «Let me make this VERY clear. (If I haven’t already) You are not my family. You are not my friend, so I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona.»

—cocopa

8.

Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?


Warner Bros. Pictures

Joan Crawford and Bette Davis had a legendary Hollywood feud that spanned more than three decades, but it really hit its peak when they filmed the cult classic, What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?. The two stars constantly tortured each other on set, whether it was Davis hitting Crawford on the head or Crawford putting rocks inside her costume to make filming the scene above unbearable for Davis to shoot.

In the late ’70s when Crawford died, Davis reacted by telling the press: «You should never say bad things about the dead, you should only say good… Joan Crawford is dead. Good.»

—jconway

9.

Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries


The CW

In the first couple of seasons of The Vampire Diaries, Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley couldn’t stand each other.

Wesley told Us Weekly: «I think the point that Nina was making, and I’ll totally back her up on this, is that we totally clashed the first couple years in terms of just getting on each other’s nerves. I think sometimes when people work together nonstop, do press nonstop for years and years on end, you’re just — you don’t appreciate the person that’s in front of you. You’re like, ‘Oh, you know, I’m exhausted and tired.’ And I think now, it’s such a nice sort of story because we’re such good friends now.»

—nataliizavalaafloress

10.

Isaiah Washington and T.R. Knight, Grey’s Anatomy


ABC

Washington allegedly was in the middle of a heated argument with Grey’s co-star Patrick Dempsey when he insulted Knight in a homophobic way. He yelled at Dempsey: «I’m not your little f*ggot like T.R.” This caused friction between the actors on set — Knight then had to officially come out as gay, and once the press found out about Washington’s homophobic slur, Washington was let go from Grey’s.

—thunder1178

11.

Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance, I Love Lucy


CBS

When Vivian Vance was hired to play Ethel on I Love Lucy, apparently Lucille Ball felt uncomfortable about the casting choice because she didn’t want a prettier actress on set with her. Ball wanted Vance fired, so the two actresses had big disagreements with each other in the beginning of the series. Because of Ball’s initial feeling, they made Vance’s character look much older and unattractive throughout the series.

—usfbullcpa93

12.

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Susan Lucci, All My Children


ABC

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Susan Lucci reportedly had an awful relationship when Gellar played Lucci’s daughter on All My Children in the early ’90s. Lucci was extremely jealous when Gellar was nominated for an Emmy in 1994, the first year Lucci wasn’t nominated for one since 1981.

After Gellar won the Emmy for the role, she said: «It’s public knowledge that we did not have the easiest working relationship. But the truth is, the episodes I submitted were her and me. I wouldn’t have won without that submission, and I think she totally understood that. Sometimes two people just shouldn’t work together, and that’s an instance where we probably should not work together again.»

—mattyc3

13.

Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, Singin’ in the Rain


MGM

Gene Kelly made the set of Singin’ in the Rain an uncomfortable environment for Debbie Reynolds when he bullied her non-stop about her dancing skills. In her memoir Unsinkable, Reynolds recalled her time on set with Kelly: «He came to rehearsals and criticized everything I did and never gave me a word of encouragement.»

Reynolds also wrote in her memoir that when her and Kelly’s characters kissed, «Gene took me tightly in his arms… and shoved his tongue down my throat. ‘Eeew! What was that?’ I screeched, breaking free of his grasp and spitting. I ran around frantic, yelling for some Coca-Cola to cleanse my mouth. It was the early 1950s, and I was an innocent kid who had never been French-kissed. It felt like an assault. I was stunned that this thirty-nine-year-old man would do this to me.»

—audras40ba7dcb9

14.

Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger, Terms of Endearment


Paramount Pictures

Winger and MacLaine’s onscreen relationship was shockingly similar to their relationship in real life. While filming Terms of Endearment, they constantly disagreed with each other’s styles and methods, and Winger played pranks on MacLaine — which included farting toward the actress in-between takes.

In a New York Times interview a few years after the movie’s release, Winger reminisced about her time filming with MacLaine: «I can’t deny that we fought — we’re not having lunch together today. We challenged ourselves, and when we got tired of challenging ourselves, we challenged each other. But I think there was always a respect between the two of us.”

—mattyc3

15.

Alyssa Milano and Shannen Doherty, Charmed


The WB

According to Charmed creator Connie M. Burge, Doherty felt threatened by Milano’s celebrity and popularity once she was officially cast as Phoebe. Burge said: «I think that Alyssa definitely brought an… excuse me, sexiness to the part.»

Milano later recalled their feud in an interview, saying: «There were times when I’d come in and say, ‘Good morning, Shannen,’ and she didn’t say anything to me. And there were times when she’d come in and say, ‘Good morning, Alyssa,’ and I wouldn’t say anything to her.»

—laughlovelucy3

16.

And Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling, The Notebook


New Line Cinema

Gosling didn’t want to film a specific scene with McAdams, and asked director Nick Cassavetes to get another actress to read lines with him off-camera instead. This started a screaming match between the two actors, one so massive, Cassavetes had to hold a therapy session for them.

«We went into a room with a producer; they started screaming and yelling at each other,» Nick Cassavetes told VH1 back in 2014. «I walked out. At that point I was smoking cigarettes. I smoked a cigarette and everybody came out like, ‘All right let’s do this.’ And it got better after that, you know? They had it out… I think Ryan respected her for standing up for her character and Rachel was happy to get that out in the open. The rest of the film wasn’t smooth sailing, but it was smoother sailing.»

—Jennifer Engel, Facebook

Note: some submissions have been edited for length/clarity.






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