As the random girl from Mean Girls said, "I wish we could all get along like we used to in middle school... I wish I could bake a cake filled with rainbows and smiles and everyone would eat and be happy." Sadly, the world isn't like that, and Hollywood isn't immune to petty feuds. Celebrities are always getting into fights, and these are the ones you probably didn't know about. Continue reading to find out all the gossip about these surprising celebrity feuds.
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan famously co-starred in 50 Shades of Grey together. On-screen there was a lack of chemistry that many viewers noticed throughout the trilogy.
In an awkward interview with Today, they were asked if they hated each other, and both of them nodded yes. Dakota also added that Jamie was challenging to work with, so we can assume they will avoid working with each other in the future.
Kanye and Jay Z have a long history with each other. Jay Z was a mentor to Kanye at the start of his career, and they even released an entire album together. Their on and off feud started during the Watch The Throne Tour.
These two have gone through periods of not speaking and then rekindling their friendship. Jay Z didn't appreciate the way Kanye spent tons of money on flashy shows, and Kanye was upset that Jay Z only called after Kim Kardashian was robbed in Paris. They have both made mistakes. Can't they become friends again, and make another fantastic album?
During the filming of Water for Elephants, Reese Witherspoon thought it was gross to film a sex scene with Robert Pattinson because he was "sick and snotty."
At the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, Pattinson made things uncomfortable when he was supposed to be presenting an award to Reese Witherspoon, and he had trouble thinking of nice things to say about her.
SJP and Kim Cattrall played on-screen best friends for years on Sex and the City. To viewers, it seemed impossible for them to dislike each other, but there were behind-the-scenes arguments about contracts for the show.
Cattrall was upset that SJP was paid double than other cast members. SJP was also unhappy that Cattrall's character was a fan favorite and got more screen time.
Do you remember the 2011 thriller The Tourist starring Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp? Well, this movie is the reason these two don't get along. Their characters were supposed to have chemistry, but that was difficult because they were not getting along off-screen.
Depp claimed that Jolie was full of herself, and Jolie thought that Depp was dirty, and she was upset that he didn't clean himself up.
"If you're a bird, I'm a bird...or not." In The Notebook, Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling had a rocky romance, and that continued once the cameras stopped rolling.
Gosling and McAdams were always fighting on set. After the film wrapped, they surprisingly dated for two years. They broke up in 2007, and now they are both happily married to different people.
"Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo." In the '90s reboot of Romeo and Juliet, Claire Danes was not impressed with Leonardo DiCaprio. She called their on-screen romance, "immature." The two only were together when the cameras were rolling.
This "dislike" for Leo might have been because she secretly had a crush on him that she admitted years later.
You might remember when these two hosted the 2011 Oscars together, and it ended up being a total flop. After they received criticism, they went on to blame each other for the failed performance.
James Franco was on Howard Stern's radio show and they both bashed her for being too affected and "actress-y."
Spotted: S and B are fighting again. These besties have been through so much together, but it looks like S is stuck in her own world. Will B be able to forgive her? XOXO Gossip Girl. The Gossip Girl co-stars spent years filming together, and after the show ended, they stopped speaking.
Leighton Meester was upset that Blake Lively didn't reach out to congratulate her on her engagement to Adam Brody.
Way back in 2008, Lindsay Lohan guest-starred on America Ferrera's show, Ugly Betty. While on set, Lohan caused tension because she acted like a diva and wouldn't listen to people. Also, she tried to upstage Ferrera.
Due to her bad behavior, Lohan's episodes were cut from six to four. She blamed the production for all her problems.
Brenda and Kelly from Beverly Hills, 90210 were actually not friends in real life. They both blame it on being young and finding their way in the world.
Jennie Garth also said that they butted heads because they were both strong, independent women with big personalities.
While filming The X-Files, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny could not stand each other. They spent too much time on set together to the point where they would argue about nothing.
Anderson and Duchovny eventually worked out their arguments, and they are friends. Not all feuds last forever.
Even when two stars have chemistry on-screen, that does not mean it is peachy behind the scenes. In the '80s movie, Blade Runner, Sean Young was complicated to work with.
Crew members on the set would call the love scenes "hate scenes" because of how much Harrison Ford and Sean Young disliked each other.
During the filming of Four Christmases, Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn would clash over how to prepare for the scenes. While Witherspoon wanted to practice and be prepared, Vaugh preferred ad-libbing.
Witherspoon never said anything terrible about Vaughn, but they did not walk the red carpet together for the premiere. Seems suspicious.
Clint Eastwood is well-known for not doing a lot of takes while directing movies. During the filming of J. Edgar, Leonardo DiCaprio wanted to re-shoot a scene after Eastwood had called it a wrap.
He was so frustrated that he stormed off the set, and for the rest of the shoot, things were uncomfortable between the two.
Does anyone remember when Jane Hubert was replaced by another actress to play Aunt Viv in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air? For three seasons, people got used to seeing Jane Hubert play Aunt Viv, and then the fourth season was released, and it was a different actress.
Hubert blames Will Smith for having her fired. There have been talks of a reunion, but Hubert refuses to participate until Smith apologizes.
Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush met on the set of One Tree Hill and quickly got married. Sadly, Murray was caught cheating with Paris Hilton, and the two divorced shortly after that.
Although they divorced, they still had to work together for half a decade. That must have been awkward considering their characters were dating.
In Gilmore Girls, Lauren Graham plays Lorelai, who has a relationship with Scott Patterson's character, Luke. Although they had an on-screen romance, the two did not like to spend time together on set.
Graham also said she wished her character ended up with a different man. That must have been hard to hear.
In 1994 on the set of I Love Trouble, Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte gave each other a hard time from the moment they met. Roberts even went as far as calling Nolte completely disgusting.
Nolt was not going to allow her to bash him and replied by calling Roberts a mean person. It must have been weird to pretend to love someone who you hate in real life.
How could anyone dislike Betty White? She is one of the most loveable actresses on TV. Well, her co-star, Bea Arthur, found a way to dislike her. Bea did not like how positive Betty was all the time.
Bea Arthur was also unhappy that Betty White received an Emmy nomination before her. Bea seems jealous of Betty's popularity.
Remember when Dr. Burke left Grey's Anatomy? Well, it was because he made a gay-slur towards T.R. Knight (Dr. George O'Malley). No one knew why he said such a hateful thing, but now we have found out why.
Apparently, on set, Washington got into a physical altercation with Patrick Dempsey, and it was during that fight that he made this horrible comment.
Time to spill some serious tea! Despite the fact that Victoria Justice and Arianna Grande played best friends on the show Victorious, in real life, these two are definitely not hanging out. Back in 2013 fans were questioning why the show was canceled, and Grande took to Twitter to clear the air because fans assumed it was her fault.
Grande tweeted, "The only reason Victorious ended is because one girl didn't want to do it. She chose to do a solo tour instead of a cast tour...I'm sick of this bs." Justice saw this and replied on Twitter by stating, "Some people will throw someone they consider a friend under the bus to make themselves look good. #Stopbeingphony #Iftheyonlyknew." The shade is real people!
The lack of chemistry between Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett might be the reason Hollywood Homicide was a complete flop. These two did not get along in real life and it showed on-screen.
When they would do scenes, there would be awkward silences because they were so uncomfortable around each other.
Initially, Terrence Howard was fired from Iron Man. The director, Jon Favreau, was unhappy with his performance as James Rhodes and replaced him with Don Cheadle.
They had to do too many reshoots and editing, which led to Favreau replacing him. Although they had a riff for a few years, they are now on better terms.
During the filming of Tomorrow Never Dies, Teri Hatcher was newly pregnant, and her co-star, Pierce Brosnan, had little sympathy for her. He complained that she would make him wait for hours on set, and he said some harsh things to her.
Hatcher retaliated by slapping him a little too hard in one of the scenes. Brosnan probably learned not to be mean to a pregnant woman after that!
On-screen, Tom Hardy and Shia LeBeouf played brothers in Lawless, but off-screen, there was no love between them. They both had admitted to fighting when the cameras stopped rolling.
In an interview, Hardy made light of the situation and also confirmed that LeBeouf knocked him out during one of their fights.
"Nobody puts Baby in a corner!" During the filming of Dirty Dancing, the late Patrick Swayze said he would get easily annoyed with Jennifer Grey because she would fool around and waste time.
Although he felt like Grey was wasting time, some of her goofing off made it into the movie. In the film, you can see him getting annoyed with her, but some of that wasn't acting.
Although there was enough drama to last a lifetime on Desperate Housewives, the actresses had some off-screen drama too. Particularly between Teri Hatcher and Marcia Cross.
Cross once got upset that Hatcher was front and center for a photoshoot. Also, Hatcher did not get along with the rest of the cast, and there were reports that she bullied Eva Longoria.
Shannen Doherty seemed to have a feud with cast members on many different shows. On the show Charmed, Doherty and Alyssa Milano played sisters. Behind the scenes, they had many arguments.
Life on set was anything but charming. Doherty was hard to deal with, which is also why she got fired from Beverly Hills, 90210.
Would you believe that this feud made Debra Winger quit acting? On the set of An Officer and a Gentleman, Winger was tough to work with, and her co-star, Richard Gere, would agree.
Gere and Winger consistently argued on set, and she said that filming the movie was the worst experience of her life.
Speaking of Debra Winger, she also had issues with another one of her co-stars. In 1983 during the filming of Terms of Endearment, Shirley Maclaine and Winger had many problems behind the scenes.
There were many rumors regarding this feud, and some included that Winger would do disgusting things because she felt Maclaine was "stuffy towards her."
This feud is no secret because Jason Patric made no attempt to hide his dislike for Ashley Judd. They co-starred on Broadway in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Patric was not happy with Judd.
He called her lazy and arrogant. He also outwardly said he didn't like her.
If you were a fan of The Good Wife, you probably noticed that Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi didn't physically share a scene for two years of the show.
They disliked each other so much that scenes had to be faked. In the final episode, there is a scene with the two of them, and it was created with the help of CGI.
According to Freddie Prinze Jr., Kiefer Sutherland is an unprofessional actor. The two of them worked on the show 24 together, and Prinze was less than impressed with his work ethic.
Prinze said he wasn't trash-talking him because he would tell Sutherland how he feels to his face.
On the set of Castle, Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion would argue so much that they had to go to couples counseling to be able to work together.
No one knows why they completely despise each other, but their arguing went on for multiple seasons of the show.
It is difficult to find someone that likes Charlie Sheen these days. When Selma Blair and Sheen worked together on Anger Management, he had her fired because she complained about his work ethic.
Sheen would make the cast and crew wait for hours before he showed up to work. He also sent abusive text messages to Blair to inform her that she had been fired.
In 2007, Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale co-starred in Vacancy. During filming the stars had a few arguments.
Wilson would show up hours late and sometimes hungover. He was also outwardly rude to crew members and Beckinsale.
Naya Rivera and Lea Michele starred on Glee together, where there was a lot of drama on set. In particular, the feud between Michele and Rivera was the worst out of anyone.
Michele wanted Rivera off the show so bad that she had her removed from the regular cast for the show's final season.
What could make a man hate Marilyn Monroe? Tony Curtis had a few reasons. Monroe and Curtis worked together on Some Like it Hot, and he was not a fan of her.
Curtis famously said that kissing Monroe was like "kissing Hitler." That seems a bit dramatic. He might have had such a dislike for her because they had previously been in a relationship.
Yes, even robots can have feuds! The actors who played R2-D2 and C-3PO had a falling out on the set of Star Wars.
Daniels and Baker didn't get along because Daniels did not say hello back to Baker, and it was insulting.
William Baldwin usually plays a villain, so it is not a surprise that he was feuding with co-star Sharon Stone. In the movie Silver, the two were supposed to be romantically involved.
They did not like each other in real life, which made filming sex scenes difficult. Baldwin said she had thin lips, and Stone his tongue when he went overboard kissing her.
Here is another case where an actor gets replaced in the middle of the show. In the show Lethal Weapon, Clayne Crawford was fired because of his toxic behavior towards cast and crew.
The arguments between Crawford and Damon Wayans were so bad that production had to replace him.
Things have gotten heated between co-stars William Shatner and George Takei. They have nothing nice to say about each other. Shatner has publicly called Takei "psychotic and disturbed."
On the other hand, Takei called Shatner self-centered and did not invite him to his 2008 wedding.
The feud between Martin Lawrence and Tisha Cambell is a little messy. Cambell filed a sexual harassment suit against Lawrence after she quit the show, Martin.
She later came back to the show, and would only film her scenes when Lawrence wasn't on set. This must have been difficult, considering they were the most important characters.
Before her feud with Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe was fighting with another co-star, Laurence Olivier. During the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl, the two did not get along.
Olivier referred to Monroe as a b***h. He was not happy to be working with her, which made things uncomfortable around the set.
On the set of Brothers and Sisters, Balthazar Getty made things tense for the entire cast. He was late to shoot and they had to move the schedule around to accommodate him.
Getty would forget his lines and make his co-stars cry. Eventually, he was written out of the show for his behavior.
Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd worked together for four seasons on Moonlighting in the '80s. There was tension on set because their personalities clashed.
When Cybill became a mom and Bruce launched his movie career, the show fell apart, and they went their separate ways.
This one is truly a scandal. Woody Allen and Mia Farrow co-starred in Husbands and Wives. In real life, these two were dealing with a major breakup scandal. Farrow found nude photos of her adopted daughter taken by Allen. He was having an affair with her daughter.
If that isn't enough, when the film was released, there were allegations of incest, pedophilia, and emotional abuse. Allen went on to marry Farrow's adopted daughter in 1997.
From the first day of filming A Countess from Hong Kong, Marlon Brando and Sophia Loren did not get along. Brando started the feud when he told Loren he could see her nose hairs.
Brando and Loren had trouble working the entire film. Loren later said that Brando had no problem ruining their working relationship.
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