Hollywood actors have to work with each other for months at a time, sometimes years if they're working on a television show. It's really easy for stars to become the best of friends with their co-stars, which is something that happens almost all the time.
Of course, being forced to see someone every single day could also have the opposite effect on some people, especially if they're total opposites. There are always rumors of co-stars absolutely hating each other, but there's often little evidence to back up those claims. For example, there were tons of rumors that Blake Lively was livid around Leighton Meester on the set of Gossip Girl, but she just recently tagged her in a photo, so it seems the hate wasn't really there. Luckily, I've done the research for you and found 20 celebrities that truly double-crossed their co-stars.
20 Ryan Gosling Had Rachel McAdams Removed From The Notebook Set
It seems like Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams had a very similar love story in real life than they did in the film. Despite their romance that occurred after they finished filming The Notebook, the two of them couldn't stand each other on set, according to VH1. Apparently, Gosling even asked the director to have her removed from the set so he could practise his lines with another actress instead.
19 Terrence Howard Accused Robert Downey Jr. Of Taking His Money
Terrence Howard was once Iron Man's sidekick in the very first film before he was replaced by Don Cheadle in the sequel. According to Howard, he was offered a drastically lower amount of money for the sequel than what was originally on his contract. Howard claims Robert Downey Jr. ignored his phone calls to fix the situation, as reported by Vulture.
18 Mariah Carey Compared Nicki Minaj To Satan
When the two pop stars were both placed as judges on American Idol, the drama was sure to follow. According to The Guardian, Mariah Carey was not a fan of Nicki Minaj being on the show since day one. After the season finale, Carey went on to complain about how terrible working with Nicki Minaj was, even comparing her to the devil himself.
17 Victoria Justice Chose A Solo Tour Over A Victorious Cast Tour
According to EliteDaily, the ending of the series Victorious caused a huge stir between co-stars Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice. Ariana reportedly posted the reason for the shows ending online, "because 1 girl didn't want to do it. She chose to do a solo tour instead of a cast tour." Ariana didn't say names, but it's very clear she's referring to Victoria Justice.
16 Will Smith Had Janet Hubert Fired From Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Janet Hubert wasn't happy with her salary while she was on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, so she sought help from her co-star Will Smith. According to Hubert on The Real, Will Smith responded to her by saying, “my deal is my deal, and y’alls deal is y’alls deal.” This caused some tension between the two, which later ended with her being booted off the show after 3 seasons.
15 Dwayne Johnson Insulted Vin Diesel On Social Media
Dwayne Johnson wrote some shady comments on his social media profile that caused some bad blood between him and Vin Diesel. His post said some hurtful things, most notably stating that he's unprofessional. Johnson's comments had such a huge effect that later resulted in the two not filming any scenes together in The Fate of the Furious.
14 Seth Rogen Felt Betrayed When Katherine Heigl Called Their Film Sexist
Seth Rogen claims that he and Katherine Heigl had such a great time working together in Knocked Up, that he was shocked and hurt when she later insulted the film, as reported by Hollywood Reporter. Heigl's comments on the film to Vanity Fair stated, “It paints the women as shrews, as humorless and uptight, and it paints the men as lovable, goofy, fun-loving guys."
13 Alex Pettyfer Refused To Pay Rent Money To Channing Tatum's Friend
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Alex Pettyfer revealed many of the reasons why his former co-star Channing Tatum despises him. Apparently, the biggest reason is that he stayed at a friend of Tatum's apartment but left promptly without paying 4 months of rent. Pettyfer claims that Tatum harassed him for the money, so he decided to just ignore him instead of paying up.
12 Shia LaBeouf Attacked Alec Baldwin On The Orphans Set
Shia LaBeouf's Broadway career in Orphans was incredibly short-lived, so short that he never even made it past rehearsals before being replaced with another actor. According to Broadway, Baldwin claims that LaBeouf came at him in front of the company theater, accusing him of 'slowing him down.' Shia LaBeouf has a record of bad behavior, but this time he didn't get away with it.
11 Lea Michele Plotted To Have Naya Rivera Written Off Glee
Lea Michele was used to being the biggest star on Glee, but when Naya Rivera's role started to grow, so did her jealousy. Rivera wrote in her autobiography, "As Santana moved from a background character to one with bigger plot lines and more screen time. I think Rachel – erm, I mean Lea – didn't like sharing the spotlight." Rivera was later written off the show, and many believe Michele has much to do with that.
10 Julia Roberts Insulted Nick Nolte In Multiple Interviews
When filming I Love Trouble, there was certainly plenty of trouble for the stars Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte. The two didn't get along on set at all and Julia Roberts didn't even try to hide it. After the movie finished filming, she called him "completely disgusting" in an interview, according to the Telegraph.
9 Charlie Sheen Fired Selma Blair From Anger Management After Her Complaints About Him
Selma Blair was Charlie Sheen's co-star in his series Anger Management before she decided to publicly criticize the way he works. Blair certainly criticized the wrong person, since Charlie Sheen quickly fired her from the show afterward. She even threatened to sue Sheen for kicking her off before the season ended and demanded the money she was supposed to earn, as reported by TMZ.
8 James Franco Didn't Stand Up For Anne Hathaway When Howard Stern Insulted Her
Howard Stern openly admitted to being a Hatha-hater to James Franco on his show, he even complained about her jokes sounding like they've been written for her and her speeches sounding scripted. You'd think Franco would defend his Oscars co-host, but instead, he said, "I'm not an expert on -- I guess they're called 'Hatha-haters'-- but I think that's what maybe triggers it."
7 America Ferrera Got Lindsay Lohan Kicked Off Ugly Betty
Lindsay Lohan was supposed to star in six episodes of Ugly Betty, but that was quickly cut short to just four episodes after she and America Ferrera couldn't get along. During a rehearsal, America pulled down Lindsay Lohan's pants for a scene when Lohan wasn't expecting it, which apparently left Lohan in tears, according to the Huffington Post.
6 Patrick Swayze Complained About Jennifer Grey In His Autobiography
Dirty Dancing is a classic film that centered around Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, but it turns out Swayze wasn't overly fond of Grey. While he did say she often made the movie, he also complained about her stating, "She seemed particularly emotional, sometimes bursting into tears if someone criticized her. Other times, she slipped into silly moods, forcing us to do scenes over and over again when she'd start laughing" according to the Telegraph.
5 Bill Murray Called Lucy Liu A Bad Actress So She Had Him Recast
During the filming of Charlie's Angels, Bill Murray reportedly told Lucy Liu that she 'can't act' while filming a scene, as told by Us Magazine. Apparently, Liu began throwing punches at him after his rude comment. Turns out Murray was easily replaceable since Bernie Mac took on his role for the sequel.
4 Isaiah Washington Used A Homophobic Slur Against T.R. Knight
Grey's Anatomy actor Isaiah Washington used a homophobic slur against his co-star T.R. Knight, according to People. The incident began when the star of the show Ellen Pompeo was running late and Patrick Dempsey decided to wait for her to begin filming. Washington wanted to start his work early, which caused an argument on the set. Washington was later fired because of his offensive words.
3 George Takei Said William Shatner Was 'Self Centered' On Star Trek
"It’s difficult working with someone who is not a team player," George Takei commented about working with William Shatner, according to Hollywood Reporter. Takei also claims that Shatner has a huge ego and always wanted the cameras to be on him. All complaints aside, the two finally get along, years after the series finale. Takei even invited Shatner to the premiere of his musical Allegiance in 2015.
2 Nathan Fillion Bullied Stana Katic On The Set Of Castle
The Daily Mail reported that Nathan Fillion treated his co-star Stana Katic so bad, she would often cry in her dressing room. Apparently, the two of them never spoke to each other outside of their scenes and would try to avoid each other on set. One source stated that she wasn't the only one who didn't like Nathan, it turns out he was incredibly unpopular on set.
1 Kristen Stewart Cheated On Her Former Co-Star And Boyfriend Robert Pattinson
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were one of the most iconic couples back when the Twilight movies were released. Their relationship on film became very real and the world loved them together until Kristen cheated on him with Rupert Sanders, the director of Snow White and the Huntsman. Watching Twilight will now never be the same.
Sources: VH1, Vulture, The Guardian, Elite Daily, Hollywood Reporter, The Real, The Telegraph, TMZ, Huffington Post, The Daily Mail