10 Popular Movie Couples Who Hated Each Other In Real Life

10 Popular Movie Couples Who Hated Each Other In Real Life
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We get emotionally connected to the film especially when the film is starring our favorite couples. You also imagine yourself being at the place of Leonardo DiCaprio as Romeo and picturizing your partner as Juliet, and the dramatization continues until the movie, or its memory gets vanished. But, did we ever thought that, were these on-screen couples capable of showing the essence of true love? Or is something hiding at the back of the camera? Undoubtedly, many of the couples won several awards for best couples, but behind the scenes they hate each other and regret working together. 

These are the ten best on-screen couples who detest each other in real life.

1. Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes – Romeo + Juliet (1996)

 1. Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes – Romeo + Juliet (1996)

Claire Danes found her co-star Leonardo childish and troublesome. Leonardo always played pranks with her on set which she never enjoyed. While, on the other hand, Leo founds her to be self-contained and anxious.

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2. Pierce Brosnan & Teri Hatcher – Tomorrow Never Dies (1998)

2. Pierce Brosnan & Teri Hatcher – Tomorrow Never Dies (1998)
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Brosnan was not happy with the timings of his co-star Teri Hatcher. Hatcher always reported late on film shooting set and poor Brosnan waited for hours.

3. Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams – The Notebook (2004)

3. Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams – The Notebook (2004)
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Ryan played the role of Noah and Rachel depicted the role of beautiful Allie. Allie and Noah used to argue, break up and then restore the bond again. But, during of-camera scenes, the couple argued endlessly. The director Nicholas Cassavetes told how both of them yelp at each other.

4. Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts – I Love Trouble (1994)

4. Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts – I Love Trouble (1994)
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Nick and Julia are like the two poles on the same street but facing in opposite direction. The couple dislike each other a lot and their hatred could be shown on screen and of screen.

5. Shannen Doherty and Jason Lee – Mallrats (1995)

5. Shannen Doherty and Jason Lee – Mallrats (1995)
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Doherty always found her co-actor Jason to be nasty. She was not at all comfortable and adjustable actress to be worked with.

6. William Baldwin and Sharon Stone – Sliver (1993)

6. William Baldwin and Sharon Stone – Sliver (1993)
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Sharon on set loved to tickle Baldwin and joyfully used to taunt her. During a kissing scene, he apparently portioned his co-actor's tongue harshly which resulted that she wasn't able to speak for a week. Perhaps, he wanted a week off for Sharon.

7. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey – Dirty Dancing (1987)

7. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey – Dirty Dancing (1987)
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Swayze and Grey intensely hate to work with each other together. Although the pair later on became friends but resist to work again.

8. Richard Gere and Debra Winger – An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)

8. Richard Gere and Debra Winger – An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)
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The twosome played the best on screen relation during the Eighties. Debra is a kind of reserved person and who always complains about her co-star and even for the director of the film Taylor Hackford.

9. Anthony Hopkins and Shirley MacLaine – A Change Of Seasons (1980)

9. Anthony Hopkins and Shirley MacLaine – A Change Of Seasons (1980)
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Hopkins was nominated for the Worst Actor Razzie for this film and he stated that Shirley is the most unpleasant and distress actress she had ever worked with.

10. Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe – Some Like It Hot (1959)

10. Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe – Some Like It Hot (1959)
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As per Tony Curtis, kissing Marilyn was liking kissing Hitler. Tony also said that kissing her was the disgusting experience of his life.