McAdams and Gosling made one of the world’s favorite on-screen and off-screen couples, but the two didn’t always have great chemistry. On the 10th anniversary of the film, director Nick Cassavetes revealed that their relationship was so tumultuous while filming that at one point, Gosling asked to have McAdams removed from the set. The two ended up hashing it out in a room with a producer. It must have worked, because they famously dated in real life from mid-2005 to mid-2007.
Jamie Foxx and LL Cool J’s fighting on the set of 1999’s Any Given Sunday got so out of hand that the Miami-Dade County Police eventually had to get involved. The actors exchanged blows at Miami’s Pro Player Stadium while filming a scene, but both have since said that the feud is behind them.
“I never want to work with him again, and I’m sure he feels the same way. It felt very personal,” Gibson told Playboy of his feud with Franco in 2007. Franco responded to his statements during an interview with Complex magazine, saying, “We’ve made up, or I tried to make up with him. Maybe I was too into that role. I don’t try to be mean to anybody on a movie.”
Hubert discussed her longstanding beef with The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-star Smith in a January video, in which she claimed that Smith refused to help her and other co-stars negotiate for a pay raise. The tension resulted in Hubert leaving the show in 1993, after three seasons. The two traded insults in the ensuing years. But in February, Smith responded to the video by complimenting Hubert.
Sarah Jessica Parker told Time, “It was always so heartbreaking to me that there was this narrative about Kim [Cattrall] and myself, because it just didn’t reflect anything that happened on that set,” she said.
Tatum reportedly didn’t like Pettyfer’s attitude on set, and the bad blood only intensified when Pettyfer didn’t pay rent to a friend of Tatum’s, whose apartment he was renting. Pettyfer confirmed the on-set problems last year, saying, “Channing Tatum does not like me — and for many reasons [and] many being my own fault.”
They played star-crossed lovers, but these two weren’t fond of each other in real life. According to reports, DiCaprio was an avid prankster on the set of Romeo + Juliet and Danes found him immature and childish and actively ignored him. Meanwhile, DiCaprio allegedly found Danes too uptight.
According to reports, Murray insulted Liu on set, to which she responded by trying to punch him. Due to their feud, Murray refused to take part in the sequel and Bernie Mac ended up taking over the role.
Crawford and Davis had one of the most legendary Hollywood rivalries ever. It’s unclear what started the feud, but their dislike for each other was well known when the two appeared in 1962’s What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? The movie did so well that the two attempted to work together again in Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte, but Crawford quit just a few days into filming. Their feud became the subject of a play called Bette and Joan in 2011.
Roberts and Nolte may have played a couple in the 1994 rom-com I Love Trouble, but rumors of their dislike for each other began flying before the movie even aired. Roberts reportedly didn’t like Nolte’s attitude, while Nolte allegedly agitated Roberts on purpose. The feud continued after the film wrapped, with the two publicly trading barbs in 2003, almost 10 years later.
The long-rumored feud between Doherty and Garth on the 90210 set was not only real, it was also as bad as it sounded. Garth herself confirmed it a couple of years ago, telling E! News, “There were times when we loved each other and there were times when we wanted to claw each other’s eyes out.” According to Garth, the two get along much better now as adults.
After the shocking news that Katic is exiting the popular ABC series Castle, Us Weekly reports that she and co-star Fillion have been having some behind-the-scenes tension. According to the mag, the two despise each other and never talked off set, with Katic even reportedly reduced to tears over the friction.