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Some of Hollywood’s most beloved movies and TV shows were fraught with drama behind the scenes, due to co-star rivalries that live on in Internet-infamy today. We’ve pulled together a few of the most shocking co-star battles, from catty cover shoots to Oscar-winning dramas.
They may have played star-crossed lovers on the big screen, but
stars Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly hated working with each other during the production of Baz Luhrmann\'s Shakespeare epic. The reason: they were just two different types of people. DiCaprio allegedly hated Danes for being too uptight, while Danes apparently hated DiCaprio for being a cool-guy prankster. Coincidentally, this clash of personalities was basically the setup for every bad Katherine Heigl movie filmed between 2008 and present. Oh well—at least they were able to fake it.
Betty White is so likable and so hilarious that it\'s hard to imagine anyone not wanting to become her best friend. Unfortunately, White\'s upbeat personality didn\'t mesh well with Bea Arthur during the filming of their iconic comedy series
. "We were all close, but our personalities were so different," White revealed during a 2013 panel discussion with
. "[Bea] found me a pain in the neck sometimes ... because [of] my positive attitude. I\'m happy all the time, and that made Bea mad sometimes." File this one under "things we\'ll never quite understand."
stars Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts hated each other began before the movie was even released. According to a July 3, 1994, piece in the
, "tempers flared early on, peppered with a few Roberts tantrums along the way ... The discord was so intense, the sources say, the two played more to stand-ins than to each other." To make matters worse, Roberts and Nolte took their hate affair public by dropping one passive-aggressive insult after another in various interviews. With that kind of behavior, it\'s no wonder the movie bombed at the box office.
cast members dates back to the first season, all thanks to a tear-filled cover shoot for
. So the story goes, co-star Marcia Cross allegedly got pissed at Hatcher for getting first dibs on clothes and front-and-center placement, and stormed off the set. This forced ABC to conduct major damage control that pretty much continued for the rest of the show\'s seven-season run. Still, despite multiple claims that everything was just dandy on-set, Hatcher\'s cast-wide feud was basically confirmed when her name was left off the thank-you card given to staff by Cross, Eva Longoria, Felicity Huffman, and Vanessa Williams at the show\'s end. Ouch.
Much like the mother-daughter characters they played on-screen, Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger reportedly had a very tough time getting along on the set of the Oscar-winning movie
. Rumors of fighting, both verbally and physically, plagued production. Things eventually got so bad on set that co-star and noted wild man Jack Nicholson, of all people, had to step in and keep the peace. "He was the glue of the production," Winger told
in 1984. MacLaine and Winger\'s feud continued after the movie was released thanks to a neck-and-neck Oscar race that MacLaine ultimately won. During her acceptance speech, MacLaine seemingly snuck in one last dig at Winger when she declared, “I deserve this!”
, David Duchovny revealed that he didn\'t always get along with his
co-star, Gillian Anderson. "Familiarity breeds contempt ... " he said. "... We used to argue about nothing. We couldn’t stand the sight of each other." Whatever happened, the two have since seemingly kissed and made up—at least enough to star in Fox\'s 2016
Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep\'s working relationship on the set of the Oscar-winning film
played out much like the divorced couple they were playing on-screen. Over the years, Streep has been vocal about the intensity that Hoffman brought to each scene, which often startled and upset her. "In [one] scene, he slapped me,” Streep told
in 2012. “When I see the movie [now], I see the imprint of his hand on [my face]—not in the take that they used, but I still see the hand in the previous take…I think [Hoffman is] very, very gifted, [but] it wasn\'t the most fun I\'ve ever had on film." Hoffman later revealed that his rash behavior was likely due to the emotions stemming from his real-life divorce from actress Anne Byrne.
Much like Meryl Streep, Tyrese Gibson wasn\'t happy with the intense physicality that co-star James Franco brought to the set of
, particularly when it came to shooting the film\'s big boxing match. " Whenever we’d have to get in the ring for boxing scenes, and even during practice, the dude was full-on hitting me," Gibson revealed to
magazine. Franco later apologized for his behavior, telling
, "I was probably a jerk. I was not purposely cruel to him, but I was probably so wrapped up in my performance that I was not as friendly as I could have been."
If rumors are to be believed, Lucy Liu physically went after Bill Murray on the set of
after he flat-out told her she couldn\'t act. Though he never flat-out confirmed that particular incident, Murray did confirm rumors of a feud in a 2009 interview he gave to London’s
. "Look, I will dismiss you completely if you are unprofessional and working with me ..." he said. "When our relationship is professional, and you’re not getting that done, forget it." In the end, it\'s hard to tell who exactly came out of this feud on top. Bill Murray may have been replaced by Bernie Mac in