Former "Sexiest Man Alive" Nick Nolte and the woman often called "America's Sweetheart" Julia Roberts filmed "I Love Trouble" together in 1994, and apparently the two actors caused a little trouble of their own when the cameras stopped rolling.
It is unclear what happened, but Nolte has said Roberts is "not a nice person," and she called him a "disgusting human being."
Nick and Julia put on a good act. You can't tell there is an animosity between them in the movie.
Ryan Reynolds and Wesley Snipes seem like two totally different people, and legend has it that their different acting styles led to some off-camera issues when filming "Blade: Trinity." Supposedly, Snipes would only send notes back and forth to the director and appear on set when he had to film a close-up.
This left Reynolds filming several scenes by himself.
2003's "Hollywood Homicide" paired old hand Harrison Ford with relative newcomer Josh Hartnett, but it seems it was not a match made in heaven. According to Hartnett, the pair got along better as filming continued, but there were times when they would sit together in silence between scenes.
The awkwardness also reared its ugly head when the two promoted the film.
The Baldwin brothers are famous for their off-screen antics as much as their on-screen work, so when stories from the set of 1993's "Silver" became public, they were not very surprising. Baldwin and Stone hated each other so much it actually ruined the film.
A rumor even circulated that Stone bit Baldwin's tongue so badly that he could not talk for a week.
I'm sure that was the outcome Sharon was hoping for.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall played half of one of the most iconic BFF foursomes to ever hit the screen on "Sex and the City," but the two allegedly fought so much behind the scenes that filming almost had to stop at times.
The story goes that it all started when Cattrall found out Parker earned more money than she did.
Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio played the ultimate lovebirds in 1996's "Romeo and Juliet," but when the camera stopped rolling they were anything but lovely to each other. Danes has said Leo was "very immature," and he supposedly felt she was too uptight.
Rumor has it she refuses to do any more films with him.
From mishaps with photographers to co-stars, Colin Farrell is famous for throwing the occasional temper tantrum, so when he filmed "Miami Vice" with Jamie Foxx, it came as no surprise that the two actors did not get along. Rumor has it that Farrell felt Foxx was a little too full of himself because he made more money and won an Academy Award for playing Ray Charles around that time.
Jealousy ultimately ruined their relationship.