Not all colleagues get along, and in most workplaces, it’s okay if you don’t want to be BFFs with Beth from accounting. But on movie sets, having a hate-hate relationship with your co-star can get pretty tricky.
These actors hated making movies together so much that they swore never to do it again. Oh!
Freddie Prinze Jr. and Kiefer Sutherland
Freddie Prinze Jr. was a hot commodity in the ’90s and early ’00s, but after appearing as Cole Ortiz on 24 in 2010, the actor took a break from film work and seemed to rely on the voice of television characters. and video games for a few years. instead.
Turns out this move wasn’t nearly as strategic as the result of Kiefer Sutherland being “the least professional guy in the world.” Prinze said that he “hated every moment” of working with Sutherland, explaining, “That’s not me talking trash, I’d say it to his face, I think everyone who’s worked with him has said that.”
Sharon Stone and William Baldwin
After landing in the spotlight with Basic Instinct, Sharon Stone moved on to another sexy thriller, this time starring opposite William Baldwin.
While Sliver was being shot, Stone and Baldwin were constantly at each other’s throats. Baldwin mocked the co-star of him saying he had “thin lips, good breath” and Stone reportedly retaliated by biting Baldwin’s tongue so hard that he couldn’t speak properly for days.
Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel
Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel may look a lot alike thanks to their bald heads and bulging muscles, but they have a very different way of doing business, and that has created some tension in the major leagues.
For years, there has been public drama between the two, with Johnson talking about her “candy a**” male co-stars and reports that both actors have diva demands on set.
The feud came to a head in early 2022 when Vin Diesel attempted to use Paul Walker’s memory to convince Johnson to return for another Fast and Furious movie. Johnson said that Vin was being manipulative and basically said that he would never return to the franchise for any reason.
Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano
Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano made it big as witch sisters in Charmed, but experts say there was no love between the two. While Doherty got along with TV’s third sibling, played by Holly Marie Combs, Doherty and Milano were like oil and water.
Doherty claims she was treated like an outsider, comparing the set to high school, later telling Entertainment Tonight, “There was too much drama on set and not much passion for the work.”
Doherty left the show before its fourth season and was replaced by Rose McGowan, but Doherty and Milano have since reconciled, with Milano apologizing to her former co-star and supporting her in her fight against breast cancer.