“It was truly, without exception, the worst experience of my life.”
It’s not always easy to get along with coworkers, especially when you’re both stuck on a set away from home for months on end. For actors and actresses, they are often forced to spend a great deal of time in an unfamiliar location with their co-stars while working on a movie or TV show. Over time, personalities can clash and tensions can build. Unfortunately, things sometimes get so heated between co-stars that they vow to never work together again.
Read on to find out why these actors won’t be collaborating again…
Geena Davis worked with Bill Murray on his movie “Quick Change,” but thinks she should have walked away from the movie from the start. In her memoir, Geena explained that she began to feel uncomfortable with Bill during the audition process when he “insisted” that he use a massage device called The Thumper.
Despite the alleged incident, Geena decided to go ahead with the film, but claimed that Bill verbally reprimanded her on set. She also recalled a moment in which she was allegedly yelled at by Bill for being late, even though she had been expecting a wardrobe fitting. Geena hasn’t seen or worked with Bill since and probably never will.
“I should have walked away from it or defended myself deeply, in which case I wouldn’t have gotten the part. I could have avoided that deal if I’d known how to react or what to do during the audition. But, you know, I was so non-confrontational that I just didn’t I did,” Geena said. The times.
There’s a pretty slim chance that Freddie Prinze Jr. will work with Kiefer Sutherland again because he literally decided to walk away from the acting world for a long time after the two co-starred. When Freddie finished filming alongside Kiefer on “24,” he ended up going to work for wrestling promoter Vince McMahon. Looking back, Freddie says that working with Kiefer had been a terrible experience.
“Kiefer was the most unprofessional guy in the world. That’s not me talking rubbish, I would tell him to his face, I think everyone who worked with him has said that. He just wanted to get out of the business after that. So, I just know stopped,” said Freddie ABC News.
James Franco and Tyrese Gibson worked together on the 2006 movie “Annapolis,” but there was reportedly a lot of drama between the pair. During filming, both actors took their roles seriously, but James took things to the next level with his performance as Method. pull yourself He says things got so intense that during rehearsals for the fight scenes, James was reportedly “all the slamming”. Despite his pleas, he said that James never relaxed. While James has later tried to bridge the gap and has publicly apologized for Tyrese, the feeling is not mutual.
“I never want to work with him again, and I’m sure he feels the same way. It felt very personal. It was fucked up,” Tyrese told Playboy in 2007, according to uproxx.
George Clooney had a difficult time working with director David O. Russell on the set of “Three Kings” and has no plans to do so again. George explained that overall David was an unpleasant person while directing the film, and despite trying to ease tensions on set by talking calmly about the issues, George claims that David continued to have angry outbursts on set. Things came to a head when David allegedly pushed an extra to the ground and George intervened, ending up in a physical altercation with him. George finished the film, but says that “life is too short” to go through that again.
“Eventually, he apologized, but I walked away. By then, the guys at Warner Bros. were freaking out. David pouted for the rest of the shoot and we finished the movie, but it was truly, bar none, the worst experience ever.” my life,” said George, apparently Playboy.
When Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte starred in “I Love Trouble” together, there was certainly trouble between them. Even after they finished filming, the drama continued as they both had negative things to say about each other in the press. Julia says that it all started when they first met, and it seems they haven’t made up yet.
“From the moment I met him, we gave each other a hard time and naturally we get on each other’s nerves,” he said. The New York Timesadding that while he could be “utterly charming and very likeable, he’s also completely disgusting. He’s going to hate me for saying this, but he seems to do his best to repel people.”
While Nick reportedly said that Julia was not a nice person, he later accepted who knows she used to be a “selfish brat” on sets.
It’s safe to say that Charlie Sheen and Selma Blair won’t be working together in the future after what happened on the set of “Anger Management.” According to TMZ, things turned acrimonious when Selma accused Charlie of being a slacker who didn’t learn his lines. Selma ended up getting fired from her, and then retaliated by suing for the $1.2 million she would have earned if she had kept working. Years later, it became apparent that the duo had not made amends when Charlie was asked about his former co-stars, Selma and Jenny McCarthy.
“I’d like to squash those two and then kick them. They deserve each other,” Charlie said during an appearance on “See what happens live.”
Sylvester Stallone and Richard Gere were supposed to star in “The Lords of Flatbush” together, but the actors just didn’t get along. Sylvester claims Richard was aggressive while they staged a fight scene, but there was an alleged lunchtime incident that really pushed things over the edge. Sylvester said both men kept warm and ate in the back of a car, but worried that Richard’s messy lunch would stain his clothes. Sylvester claimed that he warned his co-star not to get food on his pants, but it didn’t take long for Sylvester to end up with a mustard stain. He said he finally nudged Richard and pushed him out of the car.
“The director had to make a decision: one of us had to go, one of us had to stay. Richard was given his walking parts and to this day he doesn’t really like me,” Sylvester said.
Bruce Willis may be retired now, but director Kevin Smith had such a bad experience with him on the set of 2010’s “Cop Out” that they never worked together again. Despite Kevin revealing that he took a significant pay cut just for the chance to work with Bruce, the experience ended up being very unpleasant. In its book, Kevin called Bruce “the most unhappy, bitter, mean emo bitch I’ve ever met in any job I’ve ever had.” According to Kevin, the couple almost had a physical altercation.
When Willis announced his aphasia diagnosis in 2022, Smith tweeted: “Long before any of the Cop Out stuff I was a huge Bruce Willis fan so reading this is truly heartbreaking. He loved acting and singing and the The loss of that has been devastating to him. I feel like a jerk for my little grievances from 2010. I’m so sorry to BW and his family.”
Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron clashed both on and off screen while filming “Mad Max: Fury Road,” according to the latter. Looking back on the experience, Charlize admits that the actors seemed affected by the harsh filming conditions, which required them to spend a long period of time in the heat and “nothing” of the desert.
“Maybe the movie is what it is because we fought each other a lot, and those characters had to fight each other a lot. If we were chum-chum, maybe the movie would have been 10 times worse,” Charlize said. wsj magazine.