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Toss out that deep fryer, just like last year’s jeans. We’ve got the solution to crispy chicken wings without the hassle of deep frying. These ones are baked but use a secret technique to make them extra crisp.

Find out the secret to making ultra-crispy chicken wings in the oven.

Raise your hand if you like chicken wings. Good. Now keep them up if you enjoy spending time in front of a deep-fryer while oil splatters all over the kitchen. Did I see a few hands go down? Mine sure did.

It’s been branded into our heads that chicken wings need to be deep fried to be crispy. However, after some research (and yummy taste-tests), we are proud to share our findings on how to bake chicken wings that are sooo crispy.

Here’s a video showing how we make our crispy baked wings. Then we’ll give you more info about the process below.


Were you surprised by the baking powder in that video. Unusual right? Stick with me as I go into the details.

Baking powder, not to be mistaken with baking soda, is a leavening agent usually used in baked goods such as cookies and cakes. It’s a mixture of sodium bicarbonate, cream of tartar and cornstarch. When mixed with salt and coated on chicken it dries out the skin, leaving it crisp and crunchy. Why does this happen? Get ready, sciency stuff ahead! It happens because the addition of the baking powder raises the pH level in the chicken, allowing the peptide bonds in the skin to break down, thus letting the skin get more crisp and brown.

Note that while most of the comments below this post are very positive (people seriously love this method of baking crispy wings) a couple of commenters noted a bitter taste on their wings. I at first thought that they were using baking soda instead of baking powder. Doing so would definitely lead to a terrible taste. However, they claimed that they were really using baking powder for sure. I was stymied until another helpful commenter posted this link showing that some people are sensitive to a flavor that is found in some brands of baking powder. Baking powder that contains “sodium aluminum sulfate” has a bitter taste to some people. If you notice this flavor, you’ll want to try a different brand of baking powder. The Rumford brand is aluminum-free, so do try that one. I haven’t yet done a taste test comparison using the two different types of baking powder but I will soon and then I will report back with my results here.

O.K., enough chatter. Let’s get cooking!


Cut up 10 whole chicken wings. (When you cut ten wings, you end up with 30 wing pieces. That’s 10 drumettes, 10 flaps and 10 wing tips. You’ll either discard the wing tips or save them for another use. That leaves 20 wing pieces that you’re using here. Once they’re all cut up, put them into a big bowl. Sprinkle with 1/2 teaspoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of aluminum-free baking powder (and NOT baking soda!). It doesn’t seem like much but you’re not trying to make a coating for the wings here. You’re trying to change their ph level so that they will crisp up better.

Coating the chicken with baking powder


Mix it up. Don’t be afraid to use your hands. It’s way easier and one less thing to wash. It’s gobs of fun too! (Hey look! My nails match the bowl! This was unplanned but I like it).

Tossing the chicken with salt and baking powder


Place the wings on a cooking rack in a sheet pan. This lets air circulate all around the chicken pieces so that they get evenly crisp. It also lets the fat drip away from the chicken, leading to crispy, crispy, crispy skin.

Place chicken on baking rack


Place the chicken in a 250°F oven for 30 minutes. This gets some of the fat rendered from under the skin and starts that drying out process. Here’s how they look after 30 minutes. These are not cooked. Do not eat them. Yet.

Par-cooked chicken


Leave them in the oven and crank the heat up to 425°F and cook 40-50 minutes more, until golden brown and so crispy.

Crispy baked chicken wings



Toss them in a super-amazing sauce. We’ve got one for you…

This easy decadent homemade Buffalo sauce will blow your mind!

Fancier Buffalo Wings

Wasn’t that easy? And no pot full of hot oil to dispose of either. So awesome. Scroll down to find the printable version of the above instructions.


  • 10 whole chicken wings, cut into flats and drumettes (here's how to do it). Discard tips or use for a stock. That leaves you with 20 wing pieces total
  • 1 Tbsp. aluminum-free baking powder (NOT baking soda)
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • sauce or dry rub


  1. Preheat oven to 250°F.
  2. Place a rack onto a cookie sheet.
  3. In a large bowl, toss the flats and drumettes with the baking powder and salt. Place wings on the rack in single layer and cook for 30 minutes.
  4. After 30 minutes, leave them in there and raise the heat to 425°F until brown and crispy, 40-50 minutes.
  5. Take wings out and let rest 5 minutes. Toss in a delicious sauce like this one and serve.

NOTE: As stated at the top of this article and in the comments below, some baking powders contain aluminum and some people (maybe 10%) can really taste it and it tastes bitter to them. To make sure that your wings do not taste bitter, please use an aluminum-free baking powder such as Rumford brand. And as noted everywhere, please make sure you're using baking powder and NOT baking soda. And please make sure that you're just using a little bit of baking powder, like the 1 tablespoon called for. You are not trying to create a breading or coating for the wings. You are just putting a little bit because that little bit changes the ph of the wings which is what makes them crisp up so well. Who knew there was so much to say about baking powder??? lol

Adapted from Cook's Country. The science behind it all can be found here on Serious Eats.

Video by Leigh Olson. Photos by Christine Pittman.
This post originally appeared in January, 2016 and was revised and republished in February, 2017.



Film or TV -- actors whose dislike for each other interfered with the production. For instance, they would only speak to each other in scenes or they would refuse to film scenes together and it would have to be cut together in post. Anything like that.

Please share stories.

Didn't Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall dislike each other so much they barely spoke by the end of Laverne & Shirley's run?

Everyone on Roseanne vs. Roseanne.

Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano come to mind.

Yeah R2 stole my answer, I mean when you are killing off a main character due to behind the scenes drama that is hard to top.

Also wasn't the behind the scenes of "Brothers and Sisters" a complete vipers nest of clashing egos?

[quote]Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano come to mind.

They didn't speak to one another except during their scenes, but it never disrupted filming.

I can think of lots of actors who hated working with each other, but I don't know of any situations where it disrupted filming.

I don't know if it disrupted filming but Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson on Gilmore Girls made no secret about not liking each other. Rumors that Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson didn't speak to each other on Fringe.

R3:[quote]wasn't the behind the scenes of "Brothers and Sisters" a complete vipers nest of clashing egos?

I don't know, R3. It sounds as if you may have a clue, however.

Bill Murray and Lucy Liu got into a fight that shut down filming for a day on the set of Charlie's Angels.

I know for a fact that Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughan hated each other while they were making a movie together and they were playing a couple. He refused to even promote the movie he hated her so much. She was insufferable.

Debra Winger and everybody on Terms OF Endearment

Cybill and Bruce on Moonlighting.

Debra Winger and Richard Gere loathed each other in An Officer and a Gentlemen.

Switching Channels and Peggy Sue Got Married.

We loathed the witch.

The cast of Desperate Housewives rings a bell

Channing Tatum and Alex Pettyfer in a Magic Mike. I don't recall Alex promoting the movie, and he's almost non-existent in the movie trailers.

Cybill and Christine on CYBILL.

Suzanne vs John and Joyce on THREE'S COMPANY.

As usual for her later years, Bette Davis hated everyone on the set of "The Whales of August" and made everyone's life miserable. However, when she want launch into one of her rants, sweet little old Lillian Gish would just turn her hearing aid off, infuriating Davis all the more. But Davis still managed to score off Gish on the set:

LINDSAY ANDERSON (the director): "Miss Gish, you've just given us the marvelous close-up!"

BETTE DAVIS: "She should have! She was around when they invented them!"

Gish did not say one bad word about Davis during the filming until it was all over and she was interviewed for 'People.' They asked her what she thought of the behavior of Davis (who had had a terrible stroke a few years before and had partial facial paralysis for the rest of her life), and Gish replied, "That face! Have you seen her face? What a tragic face!"

Everyone on the set of SNL loathed Chevy Chase the first year when he was the break-out star (he is a notorious asshole). He came back the 2nd year as guest host and during rehearsal said something offensive to Jane Curtin, and as a result he and Bill Murray (who had a crush on Curtin) got into a fist fight.

Debra Winger and John Malkovitch on The Sheltering Sky

Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. Longstanding feud supposedly started with Joan making a pass at Bette in the early years of their careers.

Supposedly culminated on the set of Baby Jane with Bette having a Coca-Cola machine installed (Joans deceased husband was a high ranking Pepsi employee and Joan was on the board) and Joan having lead weights sewn in her wardrobe for the scene where Bette drags her, supposedly causing Bette to hurt her back.

While I'm pretty sure alot of this is exaggerated, it seems like there would be animosity between these two, as Joan was stricken with an inferiority complex and I think Bette knew this, and while she was the more well-adjusted of the two, she could be pretty spiteful.

Before Shannon and Alyssa, wasn't it Shannon and everyone on the original Beverly Hills 90210?

Debra Winger and David Mamet on the play they did last year

Faye Dunaway and Roman Polanski on Chinatown

Joan and Bette hated each other but they did not disrupt filming.

Does Debra Winger get along with anyone she works with?!?

[quote]Does Debra Winger get along with anyone she works with?!?

not really, that is why they stopped hiring her

Does Debra Winger still work?

Apparently now it is Holly Marie vs. Alyssa.

Peter Sellers and Orson Welles hated each other so much when they were filming Casino Royale that they filmed some of their mutual scenes separately and then they were edited to make it look like they were in the room together.

And Brando made director Frank Oz' life a living hell on the set of The Score and refused to shoot scenes unless Oz spoke in his Miss Piggy voice when directing. De Niro directed some of the scenes with Brando instead of Oz.

The Talk and The View.

[quote]Does Debra Winger still work?

I sure she does, at the local diner or something like that. She is an able-bodied woman after all!

Maybe Debra Winger and Shannen Doherty should do a show or movie together. Bring popcorn to the set!

Streisand & Matthau on "Hello, Dolly!"

Eric Braeden & Michael Muhney on "Young & Restless"

R21, that's true, but Shannon is friends with Jenny Garth now (as strange as that sounds).

Ironically, the entire female case of 90210 also hated Tiffany Amber-Thiessen. Jenny Garth became best friends with her after the show ended (Tori was also a friend of Tiffany's), but Tiffany ended up ending the friendship with Jenny, for some reason (Tiffany says she was the wronged one). She said this all on Howard stern if you don't believe me.

Jennifer Jones and Faye Dunaway on The Towering Inferno

Bette Davis and Faye Dunaway on some tv movie

Ted Knight had a brief feud with Ed Asner.

When Ted was on his death bed, Gavin Macleod brought him to the Lord.

According to Darwin Porter, when Vivian Vance heard of William Frawley's death, she shouted "Champagne for everybody!"

Peter Krause and Rachel Griffith hated each other on the set of "Six Feet Under" (he objected to the fact she would not use deodorant), but the producers actually thought it was good for the show because it heightened their sexual chemistry.

Sharon Osbourne and that girl from the X factor.

Larry Hagman vs Donna Reed and Dack Rambo.

R37 Did that happen on a very special Love Boat?

Judy Davis really hated working with River Phoenix on his final movie and was very nasty to him. Some delusional Phoenix' fangurls are even blaming Davis for his death, because he was apparently so distressed over his idol Davis' ill-treatment of him on the day he died that he had to snort some cocaine.

Bette Midler and Ken Wahl on Jinxed

(he said when he had to kiss her he pictured his dog)

Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis on the set of Some Like It Hot. Tony said that kissing Marilyn was "like kissing Hitler."

Ted Knight didn't support Asner's politics and spoke out against him. Asner went to see Knight before he died but says he still feels Knight betrayed their friendship by publicly speaking out

R36 That one's a clsssic. But I think Faye's diva attitude and laziness was a bigger problem than the hatred for her co-stars. I always start laughing when I read this piece of trivia:

[quote] According to the actor/stuntman Ernie F. Orsatti, Faye Dunaway was often late to the set or didn't appear at all. This made some scenes impossible to film and caused other actors such as William Holden and Jennifer Jones to become quite upset. William Holden reportedly shoved Faye against the wall one day and threatened her. For the next month, she had a perfect attendance record.

Siskel and Ebert had a famously contentious relationship during the filming of their TV show.

yes, R43. Charo was guest starring. :)

[quote](he said when he had to kiss her he pictured his dog)

OMG, that's pretty bad.

Lily Tomlin and David O Russell

It is well-documented, in some circles, that during filming of that cinematic classic, "Butterfly", Pia Zadora and Lois Nettleton did not get along at all.

Ed was and still is a big hairy baby.

Dinah Manoff and Lisa Riefell.

Most, if not all of these are not examples where anything DISRUPTED FILMING. Not even the Davis Crawford feud. They did, indeed, hate each other but were consummate professionals during the shoot.

[quote]he was apparently so distressed over his idol Davis' ill-treatment of him on the day he died that he had to snort some cocaine.


Peter Bergman and Eric Braeden

Brenda Dickson and everybody.

Jeff Conaway hated Andy Kaufman on "Taxi" and harbored resentment toward him even after his death.

What was Larry Hagman's problem with Donna Reed, anyway?

I can only imagine that it was really about Barbara Bel Geddes wanting to return to Dallas and Hagman preferring her...not really anything against Donna Reed, who had always maintained a glowing professional reputation.

Dustin Hoffman hated Meryl on the set of Kramer vs. Kramer because she wanted to change some dialogue in one of their scenes. Can anyone really blame him?!

[quote]Everyone on Roseanne vs. Roseanne

The ROSEANNE cast got along splendidly. Well, maybe not Goodman and Tom Arnold, but Arnold was just a guest actor. Roseanne's beef was with the writers and producers and the powers that be.

Warren Beatty and director Arthur Penn fought constantly on the sent of BONNIE AND CLYDE. Practically every day they had a blowout.

Surprisingly, Dunaway was well-behaved.

"Most, if not all of these are not examples where anything DISRUPTED FILMING"

Oh, for fuck's sake. . .Fine!

As for that Lois Nettleton/Pia Zadora feud, they got into a knock-down drag-out fight which, at one point featured Nettleton in a headlock. Scissored by Zadora's stubby legs, while Zadora screamed, "Bite me!". Nettleton did just that, biting through a dress, control top panty hose and panties to the moist snack cake beneath.

Filming came to a halt for hours; Nettleton and Zadora continued their ladies' wrestling match in Pia's dressing room.

I know David O. Russell's blowout with Tomlin was posted but was his fistfight with Clooney on the Three Kings set mentioned? Definite disruption there, if only for a day. Clooney still speaks negatively of it.

Meryl and Tracey said they didn't like an actor on the set of Plenty. Charles Dance is the only reasonable guess.

Marilu Henner said Jamie Lee Curtis had she and Laraine Newman removed from the exercise scenes in Perfect.

Kim Zimmer and Cynthia Watros had a fist fight on camera. KZ also trashed a woman who sounds suspiciously like Beth Ehlers in her book.

Beth Ehlers crapped all over JR Martinez in a radio interview.

Lucci vs. Gellar. Grudge match.

Ripa vs. Aiken, girl fight.

Janeane Garofolo vs. Lorne Michaels, she took herself too seriously.

Robert Reed was reportedly disgruntled and reportedly difficult to work with on the set of The Brady Bunch. He thought the show was beneath him and often absurd. He loved the kids and cast, it was Sherwood Shultz and probably the writers that he butted heads with.

I guess she really was Lebanese.

R60, Empty Nest. Allegedly she had her fired.

Bob Denver and Tina Louise used to butt heads on the set of GILLIGAN'S ISLAND. Louise was very unhappy on the show and would hold up production by refusing to come out of her dressing room, which would rile Denver. They had screaming matches as a result that would end in Louise showing up on set.

Didn't Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte hate each other during filming of "I Love Trouble"?

Shirley and Anthony HATED each other.


I heard Julia Roberts didn't get along with Denzel in that crap movie they were together.


I dont think Shannen had issues with her other castmates on 90210, aside from Garth. She got along well with Priestly, Perry, and Spelling. Her relationship with Spelling didn't turn until years after Shannen left.

Roberts and Denzel were having sex during that movie they made. They got along fine.

One of the 90210 writers said in an interview that the main reason Shannen got fired was she introduced Tori to a boyfriend that beat her. Spelling was pissed at her for that. But she was professional on set and most of her fights with the girls were mild bitchy high school stuff that never disrupted filming.

Jason Patric hated working with Ashley Judd and called her lazy and arrogant, but I dunno any juicy gossip.

R78, Roberts was recently married to Lyle Lovett when she filmed THE PELICAN BRIEF.

Betty Buckley vs Sarah Michelle Gellar in Simply Irresistible. They were forced to write Betty out half way through the movie and give her dialogue to some random supporting character.

Betty Buckley vs anyone ever really.

SMG vs Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Stewart Head and most of the cast of Buffy (SMG was professional on set but cold to rest of the cast apart from Michelle)

Alyson vs Amber Benson (apparently disrupted a scene in the episode 'Family' with their bullshit)

Charisma Carpenter vs Joss Whedon (her pregnancy disrupted a storyline so he threw a fit and destroyed her character and killed her off out of spite)

Another thing Shannen did that pissed off the 90210 people is that half way through filming an episode she impulsively cut her hair, making heaps of scenes completely unusable and needing to be re-filmed for continuity.

Didn't the cast of Grey's Anatomy all hate each other?


Reminded me of Sara Michelle Gellar and Susan Lucci.

R63, Dustin was awful towards Meryl. In their first scene together, Meryl's character is supposed to have an emotional breakdown as she tells Dustin's character that she's leaving him and the kid. As Meryl was getting into character, out of the blue Dustin slapped her hard in the face. She was so pissed that when she did the scene, it perfectly captured her character's feelings for him.

Then in the explosive restaurant scene, Dustin had told the cameraman that he was going to throw a wineglass at the wall, so be ready for it. He neglected to tell Meryl though, so when he threw that glass, she was visibly shaken. Meryl played out the scene, but when it was over, she ripped into him, screaming profanities. Imagine if someone treated her like that now.

Whatever happened with Betty Buckley and BROTHERS & SISTERS? I recall seeing a promo for the show in early 2006 and she was very prominent in it. But then she was replaced with Sally Field (who won an Emmy) for the pilot.

The Joss-Charisma feud started when Joss kept forcing her to dye and cut her hair in unflattering styles (hence the horrible bleached blonde do she got stuck with in season 3/4, done solely because of the Angel/Cordelia romance storyline, his reasoning was the Angel 'only fell for blondes'.)

Joss then also held an intervention with the cast and crew for Charisma when she had a mild drinking problem. He blew it out of proportion and railed the whole cast to confront her about it. They then wrote Charisma out for a couple of episodes in season 3 so she could 'go to rehab'. Charisma never had much of a problem and she secretly hated him for that, in what was basically a power game as opposed to Joss really giving a shit about her health. Then she got pregnant and all hell broke loose and she ended up fired.

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[quote] Robert Reed was reportedly disgruntled and reportedly difficult to work with on the set of The Brady Bunch. He thought the show was beneath him and often absurd. He loved the kids and cast, it was Sherwood Shultz and probably the writers that he butted heads with.

Yeah the drama was definitely with Robert and Sherwood. Robert also had issues with the writers because of some of the storylines. Eve Plumb spoke fondly of Robert in an interview back in the '90s.

Yeah,R82, and how did that marriage work out?

Those two had an affair off and on for a while and then Roberts worked like hell to get him an Oscar for Training Day including saying that she could not absorb living in a world where she had an Oscar and Denzel did not. There is a thread going about this right now. Those two got along fine.

[quote]I heard Julia Roberts didn't get along with Denzel in that crap movie they were together.

You heard wrong, they fucked like rabbits. Denzel's wife holds a grudge against Roberts to this day.

[quote]I dont think Shannen had issues with her other castmates on 90210, aside from Garth. She got along well with Priestly, Perry...

You couldn't possibly be more wrong. She was a monster-cunt to everyone, especially Priestley.

Score another one for Debra Winger. Winger and Robert Redford hated each other on Legal Eagles. t

What about Betty Buckley and Robert Redford?

She was supposed to be in the Horse Whisperer but when the film was released she was entirely cut out.

Was she fired from that film?

Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey on the Red Dawn set didn't get along.

Not that it really disrupted filming, but wasn't the animosity between Linda Evans and Joan Collins on the set of "Dynasty" sort of legendary?

R95, during DIRTY DANCING, too. In the "Hungry Eyes" montage when Johnny is trying to teach Baby to dance, Johnny becomes visibly upset with Baby, but it's been revealed that it was real, that Swayze was getting annoyed with Grey because she kept wrecking take after take.

I'd mention my tense relationship with Claudia Lonow on Knots Landing, but to consider her an "actress" is a real stretch.

Mercedes Ruehl and my brother's 6th grade class

It was some Lifetime type movie and they put a bunch of kids from my brother's school in it.

She kept complaining about them until the principal threatened to pull the plug because he felt her tirades were harming the kids. They eventually shot it with a stand in and cut Ruehl's closeups in later.

r46, I think the animosity was completely one-sided on Curtis's side filming SLIH. Marilyn was an emotional wreck who necessitated dozens of takes for simple lines like "It's me, Sugar." It drove Curtis -- who got it right on the first or second take -- crazy. But I never heard that Marilyn took it personally.

How about Sharon Stone and Billy Baldwin in Sliver? They hated each other so much that they had to change the blocking of the sex scenes so that the two of them didn't have to kiss or even face each other.

[quote] Didn't the cast of Grey's Anatomy all hate each other?

From what I recall, Patrick Dempsey and TR Knight had major issues with homophobe Isiah Washington. Dempsey and Washington got into physical altercation on the set.

Katherine Heigl was the diva on set and she caused issues with cast mates. Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson, and Sandra Oh seem to be friends.

If I'm not mistaken, there was a season of SVU where Hargitay and Meloni only appeared together in maybe half the episodes for the season. Meloni would be in an episode and then Hargitay and back and forth. Was there something wrong between them?

R101, Heigl also butted heads with showrunner Shonda Rhimes. For the fourth season -- after Heigl's Emmy win and hit film KNOCKED UP -- she asked to reduce her time on the show so she could concentrate on other endeavors. Thus, her character was underwritten that season. But then she bitched about it to the press and even made an announcement about taking her name off Emmy consideration because she thought the writing for her character was not up to par. Naturally, this pissed of Rhimes, who thought she was accommodating her, and earned Heigl a reputation as a "bitch" and "diva."

Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix in Walk the Line? They have zero chemistry!

Actually, everyone on that set had a major problem with Patrick Dempsey because he was always late to the set, etc. That's how the entire IW versus TRK thing started. IW was upset because Patrick was late again and confronted him. That started the fight where IW said that he wasn't going to be PD's "f-word" like TR.

When "Tender Mercies" was filming, Robert Duvall gave Bruce Beresford such a hard time that Beresford quit. The producers had to get Duvall to fly to NYC to apologize to Beresford to get the film going again.

Susan Seaforth Hayes and Kaye Stevens. Susan Seaforth Hayes and Brenda Benet. Susan Seaforth Hayes and Charlotte Ross.

Wow, R52 (and R67).

David O. Russell's screaming tantrum is hideous, far worse than the one Christian Bale has been hauled over the coals for. Who'd want to work with a despicable prick like that?

Desperate actors, I guess.

Speaking of which, was that why Bradley Cooper was singing Russell's praises during his SAG speech? Oscar sure makes strange bedfellows doesn't it, Julia and Meryl?

No surprise, but Mandy Patinkin and everyone but especially Thomas Gibson since they did two series together.

When they were on Criminal Minds, the producers had to resort to stand-ins for most of their scenes together since Gibson refused to work with Patinkin as Patinkin was such a horse's ass. There are a lot of scenes when they're talking and the camera is placed behind one of the stand-ins while the other actor talks. Apparently, Gibson didn't have a problem if there were more people in the scene. Just no one on one with Patinkin.

Weren't there lots of issues between Bronson Pinchot and Mark-Lin Baker? Or has someone already covered that?

Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins while making "Old Acquaintance".

If Broadway could be included, Ethel Merman and Fernando Lamas despised each other during the run of Happy Hunting and only spoke to each other on stage, in character.

Norma Shearer and Joan Crawford during filming of "The Women".

Kate Jackson treated Cheryl Ladd horribly on Charlie's Angels but she was also a pain to Bruce Boxleinter on Scarecrow and Mrs.King. It was thought that Cindy Williams was the trouble maker on Laverne and Shirley but Gary Marshall said his sister Penny was the real problem. Erin Moran said in a radio interview years ago she never cared for Henry Winkler on Happy Days. He seemed like an ego maniac. And the feud between Suzanne Somers and Joyce DeWitt lasted over 30 years from Three's Company. Raymond Bailey on The Beverly Hillbillies was despised by the whole cast. Patrick Duffy admitted in an interview a few years ago most of the cast of Dallas was close except for Victoria Principal. Not a surprise since she seemed like a bitch to work with. Barbara Eden admitted Larry Hagman was no picnic on I Dream of Jeannie. Agnes Moorehead only got along with Elizabeth Montgomery on Bewitched.

{r1} all I know is they are friends now. I've seen them together.

SJP and Kim Cattrall in every season of SEX AND THE CITY.

Shelly Duvall vs. Stanley Kubrick on the set of The Shining. They really couldn't stand eachother.

R99 - Hargitay was off SVU for multiple episodes during pregnancy.

Julia Roberts didn't get along with Denzel on The Pelican Brief.

Then why was she so giddy when she presented him an Oscar r117?


R118, they are actors for fuck's sake and I think enough years have passed since that film...maybe all patched up already, who knows? But it was well known when they were making the movie...

The Vance/Frawley distain was right up there with Crawford and Davis. Supposedly, she used to nervously scan through the next weeks script to see if there was a kissing scene. He seemed like a guy who just didn't like women. A life long bachelor, he supported his female relatives but his real love was going to the fights and drinking. Dezi Arnaz almost didn't hire him because of his reputation. Thankfully he did. Also, Herbert Ross was known to be very difficult after the death of his wife Nora Kaye.

The person who mentioned "Gilmore Girls" upthread was right. Graham wanted the show to break up Luke and Lorelai for the final season so she didn't have to work with him, and apparently she barely agreed to even kiss him in the final seconds of the show when they "reunite."

You could tell in the show when the shift occurred, because characters started doing strange things just to explain this weird tension.

Patterson isn't a great actor but as Luke, he was always able to act as though he liked Lorelai. Graham couldn't pull it off.

Juliana Marguiles wanted Archie Panjabi off The Goid Wife because she was getting too much attention. A show of her own was developed for Punjabi.

[quote] Rumors that Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson didn't speak to each other on Fringe

This is true. They hated each other and they made no secret of it.

Julianna Margulies is a bitch on wheels. She is hated by everyone who has ever worked with her

What happened between Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd?

I agree about Marguilies. I remember a friend worked on ER back in the day and she would come home in tears about what Juliana said/did today.

Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson

Julia Roberts disrupted the filming of Hook because of her heroin addiction. Spielberg never forgave her for that. She also had a terrible relationship with Nick Nolte on the set of the dreadful "I Love Trouble", actually using stand ins when possible to avoid contact. Never heard of her having problems with Denzel (and her behaviour at the Oscars when he won for Training Day undermines that theory).

Tom Hardy and Shia La Beouf actually had a fist fight on the set of Lawless. Charlize was also less than impressed with Tom on the new Ma Max film.

Sharon Stone bit Billy Baldwin's tongue during a love scene in Sliver, because she hated him so much. Understandable.

Josh Hartnett and Harrison Ford were always fighting on the set of the stinker "Hollywood Homicide".

Debra Winger vs. John Malkovitch in The Sheltering Sky

Debra Winger vs. Richard Gere in An Officer and a Gentleman

Debra Winger vs.David Mamet and Patti Lupone on that recent Broadway play

Debra Winger vs. everybody on Terms of Endearment

More about juliana marguiles please. Timothy olyphant didnt like working with patton oswalt.he said so on conan obrien.

Mike Nichols fired Mandy Patinkin from Heartburn and replaced him with Jack Nicholson after just two days of shooting. Officially there were the usual "creative differences" and a "lack of chemistry" with co-star Meryl Streep. People on the set said that what really happened was that after each take, Patinkin would start giving Streep notes on her performance and neither Streep nor Nichols would tolerate it.

Virginia Cherrill, a socialite turned starlet, was the only one of Charlie Chaplin's leading ladies during his Little Tramp years with whom he never had sex. Initially entranced by her beauty, Chaplin cast her as the blind girl in City Lights. He grew to loathe Cherrill, and what he took to be her cavalier attitude to acting. In her defense, Chaplin routinely kept the cast and crew waiting around for hours and even for days while he sought inspiration.

When Virginia asked to be released early one afternoon to get her hair done for a social event that evening, Chaplin blew his stack and fired her. He replaced her with Georgia Hale, his co-star in The Gold Rush. But his financial advisers informed Chaplin that he could not afford to re-shoot the film and there was no way to finish it unless he re-hired Cherrill.

So Chaplin was forced to go to her with his tail between his legs and charm her back into the movie. She took the good advice of her friend Marion Davies and demanded that Chaplin double her weekly pay, reminding him that he had nullified the terms of their original contract when he fired her. A notorious cheapskate, Chaplin was outraged but he had no choice.

What's the real story behind Olivier and Hoffman on Marathon Man? Everyone's heard about Olivier asking Hoffman why he didn't try acting, but I was reading recently that Hoffman was actually a complete shit to Olivier, who was frail at the time, and John Schlesinger was quite upset by this. I was watching Hoffman on Inside the Actors Studio and he was talking about Olivier as though they were great friends but his emotion seemed decidedly fake. What gives?

The one instance that comes immediately to mind of a shoot being completely disrupted by actors' hatred of each other is Paul Schrader's Blue Collar. The three main actors - Richard Pryor, Harvey Keitel and Yaphet Kotto - all hated each others guts and refused to speak to each other. There are some dialogue scenes in the film where the actors are talking to stand-ins or no one at all. Harvey Keitel would require a few takes to warm up in a scene, whereas Richard Pryor would be full of energy and invention for about three takes and then he would burn out, so Schrader had to use a stand-in for Pryor for three takes, get Keitel warmed up and then bring Pryor in. He would have to shoot scenes in basic two or three-shots and get the take as quickly as possible because he never knew if any of them would walk off the set and refuse to continue. Richard Pryor actually pulled a gun on Schrader and threatened to shoot him if he demanded that he do more than three takes. There's a famous shot about halfway through the film where the characters decide to do a robbery. It's a static three-shot; all three actors sitting beside each other on a sofa staring ahead just over the camera. It was the last scene they shot, so none of the actors were talking to each other. They did it in one take. Afterwards Pryor got up, walked off the set, drove to the airport and that was that. Schrader's audio commentary on the film's DVD is priceless and is a great lesson in how a director has to accommodate actors on a shoot.

You would think that all of this animosity between some stars would culminate in some premium projects being turned out.

All that fury at each other and their films still stink.

Vivian Vance and William Frawley.

The Timothy Olyphant - Patton Oswalt thing is a joke. They have worked together before and are friendly.

Juliana and Archie Punjabi is pretty clear. They haven't been in an episode together in 4 seasons.

Burt Reynolds got in a fistfight with his onscreen son on the set of Evening Shade

r42, Judy Davis wasn't "very nasty" to River Phoenix during the Dark Blood shoot. She actually had a famously contentious working relationship with the director, George Sluizer, who to be fair was an ego-stuffed, sexist, stubborn, control freak who treated her execrably. They loathed each other.

Phoenix was upset by the conflict between Davis and Sluizer and was also hurt that Davis wasn't warm and didn't fawn over him the way other actors usually did. Jonathan Pryce and Phoenix had bonded with Sluizer off set, spending every evening together having dinner and talking for hours, and they sided with Sluizer against Davis.

When the production moved to Los Angeles, Phoenix spent days on a drug binge with his city friends. On the day shooting resumed, he showed up noticeably under the influence. That night he took more drugs at his hotel, added lots more drugs in a club, and died of a massive overdose. Nothing to do with Judy Davis at all.

I realize we're in the age of celebrities, but they used to recast roles all the time (at least in soaps).

I can't even remember the last time they simply recast a role, rather than writing the character out of the show.

Dynasty seems like the last time - with both Fallon and Steven Carrington.

Are there any more recent (other than daytime soaps or "reboots" like Spiderman or quickly aging the child actor) instances of simply recasting the actor on an established show?

"Game of Thrones" has recast a few actors in mid-show, R141. Sometimes it was because an actor wasn't really working in a role (Dario), sometimes because there's a small ongoing role and the actors get better offers (three guys have played "The Mountain").

And then there's the boy king Tommen, who was eight or ten when he took the throne in the books, and who was immediately hustled into marrying an adult woman for political reasons. Of course things like that really happened in the middle ages, an adult Plantagenet king married a seven-year-old girl for chrissakes, but the showrunners backed off and brought in a young-looking seventeen year old to play the boy king. Of course now some Dataloungers are in love with him.

Julie White left "Grace Under Fire" because she couldn't deal with Brett Butler anymore.

And then Chuck Lorre couldn't either. It was the most bizarre and sudden cancellation of a show I'd ever heard of.

David Lean and almost everyone. In his final years he treated actors like Trevor Howard, John Mills, and Alec Guinness like shit, despite the fact that they had been his leading men decades earlier.

R143 They're showing "Grace Under Fire" on the new LAFF channel now. I'd forgotten that it was actually pretty decent. And it also had lots of Casey Sander (aka Rose's cousin Sven) hotness.

Odd that if William Holden and Faye Dunaway had such problems during Towering Inferno that they were fine working together again - and as lovers - in Network.

Who hasn't hated Shannon Doherty?

And her career died years ago. She was lucky she had that job.

Teri Hatcher and the other Housewives. There was one whole season where the plot was written that Teri moved into an apartment and had her own storylines, rarely interacting with the others.

The year after that, she clearly was green-screened into many of the scenes... in others, there were over-the-shoulder shots of a stand-in.

Kate Beckinsale and Claire Danes did not get along filming Brokedown Palace. Claire found Kate "cold."

On Bad Girls, Drew Barrymoore said no one got along with Madeline Stowe.

Allison Hannigan said she was bullied by Julie Benz on "Buffy."

I'm intrigued by the Zimmer/Watroa fistfight!! More please!!

I'm hoping somebody writes a book on the backstage Buffy/Angel stuff. Because Whedon's mindfuck of a circus was something to behold. Charisma's been covered pretty well, but she's not the only one whose drinking got blown out of proportion and who was humiliated in front of the crew. Xander's saving grace was Anya, who had Whedon wrapped around her finger and who loved Xander - and who hated SMG with every fiber of her being. Poor Doyle - that one's on Whedon too.

Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant loathed each other on "Music and Lyrics" which was truly godawful.

I heard it was mostly him hating her aging-flower-girl, fuzzy-headed, everything is magical affect. Can't say I blame him.

Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan on the set of Star Trek Voyager. Reportedly when Ryan joined the cast Mulgrew was furious that the producers decided to up the show's T&A to try and boost the ratings, and she took her frustrations out on Ryan.

In interviews over the years, Jeri Ryan has made reference to this and said that there were days she was physical ill when she knew she'd have to spend the day working with Kate Mulgrew. And when Jeri would flub a line, Kate would be livid with her about not being prepared.

Everyone hates Vin- he disrupts his own filming...for hours.

Worked on "Walk the Line" and nobody had a bad word to say about Reese back then. She was beloved by everyone from Teamster drivers to wardrobe.

Phoenix was nice too though he checked into rehab soonafter last day of filming. Pretty sure he and Reese got along well and director was great too. Definitely didn't disrupt filming.

Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry on the X-Men movies. Although it didn't disrupt filming, Jackman has made numerous remarks about Barry's behavior on set. He told a story in his one man play about how every morning she'd make her assistant get her a coffee and every day she'd return it the assistant after taking a small sip freaking out saying it wasn't good enough for her. So Jackman starting buying Berry's assistant a coffee every morning.

Apparently, Madeline Zima from The Nanny and Californication hated being on The Nanny and she felt like she was treated like a prop (this was from her reddit sessions). I was surprised because it always looked to me like the whole cast got a long very well.

R59 asked what was Larry Hagman's problem with Donna Reed, anyway? From what I've read over the years, Larry didn't have anything personal against Donna. Rather, he was upset with Philip Capice, the executive producer who took over for Leonard Katzman after Patrick Duffy left. Larry was infuriated the season that Donna Reed was on because of the direction in which Capice took the story lines. Capice only lasted the year and Hagman got Katzman and Duffy to come back. Donna Reed was collateral damage in the shake up because Hagman convinced Barbara Bel Geddes to come back. Hagman didn't care for Reed's portrayal, but to be fair, she never really seemed like the character. Poor Donna Reed did get treated like dirt in all this. I've read she found out she was fired from a TV or radio report.

What's funny about all this is that the show was already starting its decline. It was the next season when Victoria Principal left that sealed the fate of the show. Pam and Bobby were the heart and soul of the show. Hagman was the superstar villain the audience loved to hate, but it was balanced by Pam and Bobby as the couple everyone rooted for. When Victoria left, that was taken away and the show slowly fell apart.

Does ANYONE know the story with Julianna Margulies and Archie Punjabi? Something clearly happened, but it's amazing that in this day and age of tabloid media, NOTHING has ever leaked. Someone here must work on the show. Please spill!

Apparently, Victoria Principal's exit from Dallas pissed off a lot of the cast, but can you really blame her for leaving? She'd been playing Pam Ewing for nine consecutive years. That's a hell of a long time for an actor to play the same character. I wouldn't be surprised if Victoria was getting bored being on the show, and felt that there were no more storylines for the character. Basically everything that could be done with Pam had been done, so why stick around? It seemed like a sensible thing to do - time to pack it in and leave.

R159, I heard Julianna can be cold and rude and that when Punjabi won the emmy before her, that pissed her off. Not sure if it's true or not.

Julianna is a HUGE CUNT.

[quote]Apparently, Madeline Zima from The Nanny and Californication hated being on The Nanny and she felt like she was treated like a prop (this was from her reddit sessions). I was surprised because it always looked to me like the whole cast got a long very well.

All three kids were mere walk-on roles. They'd enter, say a few lines, and then depart. Very rarely did an episode revolved around them, especially as the series progressed.

That was my beef with the show. It didn't know how to incorporate the kids into the storylines, and for a show about a nanny, that's not a good thing. The show quickly became about Fran and Mr. Sheffield's will-they-or-won't-they relationship, with C.C. as Fran's archnemesis and Niles as her trusted confidante. Heck, Fran's mom and grandmother got more screen time and storylines than the kids.

Child actors aren't allowed by law to work as much as adults.

R163, what R164 says is true. I actually thought the beginning of the show managed to focus on the kids a decent amount but as they got older, it didn't. That's probably a good thing since when young kids age on tv shows, it's just not the same. I was surprised because all the kids and the rest of the cast seemed to get a long very well and I never heard any of them badmouth the other.

Nicholle Tom and Benjamin Salisbury were so bad, even by the standards of child actors, that the less they were seen the better.

Eric Braden and Peter Bergman.

R164 but ROSEANNE and THE COSBY SHOW used the kids a lot in their shows. They weren't glorified extras. Heck, Lisa Bonet, Malcolm Jamal-Warner, and Keshia Knight Pulliam were nominated for Emmys.

Note that the actress playing Vanessa was not nominated because she was too busy trying to have big fun in Balti-MORE.

R166, I didn't think so. I thought Nicholle Tom, especially in the beginning, played a WASP-like kid very well for the role she was given. Madeline actually claims she was abused on The Nanny and that she had to hold back tears.

more on that note...

R25 Actually the Davis Crawford dislike was so bad that it disrupted filming on hush hush sweet Charlotte, with Crawford checking into a hospital just to take shelter from Davis. Filming was held up and Crawford was replaced.

Any specifics on what makes Julianna so awful? She seems to be able to at least be professional enough to work with the rest of the cast. So why was Punajbi singled out? I find it hard to believe it was solely over the Emmy win.

R169 haha! Vanessa always got the short end of the stick. She always got the worst punishments and Clair was especially hard on her. The other kids got away with murder by comparison.

Panjabi stole Juliannas thunder. She's a much better actress and was getting noticed so Margulies had her role minimized. Julianna is by far the worst person in the industry to work with. Nobody likes that bitch.

R160, yes, Victoria simply felt like the character had run its course and there was nothing left for her to portray. Pam started out as a feisty, independent-minded woman. But as JR got more evil, the writers felt they had to balance it by making Pam and Bobby into saints. Victoria got bored with playing Saint Pam.

Victoria had actually told the producers she planned to leave two seasons before she actually did. I believe she told them at the end of the season where Bobby died. She said she planned to leave the show at the end of the 87-88 season. They didn't take her seriously and thought she was angling for more money. They were actually surprised when she followed through, even more so because she stuck to her decision after they had thrown a huge amount of money at her. But she was already making money with her business ventures by then and didn't need the salary from Dallas anymore.

All involved in the show knew it was a big loss, but I think they felt the show could go on without her. I think they underestimated what balance her character provided. At the end of the following season, the producers decided not to renew Linda Gray's contract and the show's fate was sealed. It was a precipitous drop after that, and it was already rolling downhill.

The whole Tom family is awful. I'm not sure who was blowing the producers to get them cast.

Nicholle was dreadful, David always looked as if he was either on heroin or starving and whispered any and all of his lines, and Heather is, of course, perpetually suffering from Pinched Sphincter Syndrome.

I'm pretty sure Archie Panjabi worked at the company where I did my work experience whilst at school in the late-'90s. It was a small Asian TV production company. She was the first person to welcome me and show me round on my first day there. She could not have been nicer or more down-to-earth; so I'm thinking whatever went on between her and Julianna it must have been the latter's uber-cuntiness rather than any problem with my close personal friend, Ms Archie P.

R166, doesn't Benjamin Salisbury have an enormous penis? I thought I read that on DL once.

Tommy Lee Jones and Val Kilmer were a big problem on the set of Batman Forever. The tabloids wrote about it while the film was in production, but pathological liar Joel Schumacher denied the stories. Now, of course, he's all too willing to dish on how much he despised both actors. Typical old queen.

R8, I hope Lucy started and ended that fight, he deserves to be called out.

There was all that ish about Pacey and Dawson way back when, right?

Cybill and DeNiro. Cybill and Bruce. Cybill and Baranski. I'm seeing a pattern here.

Probably Dean and Jerry.

Joss Whedon somehow has a reputation for being super cool and super chill, but he can be a manipulative weasel. Much like Martin Short, he cultivates a super nice guy image, thus hiding his true bitchy self.

That said, I will always love him for the Buffy musical episode, and there are much much worse people in the industry.

There were rumors Mira Sorvino and Mariah Care got in a wrestling match during "Wise Girls"...

Where is this shit about Julia and Denzel not liking each other come from? She fan girls over him more than you bitches have ever done over Henry Cavill. Was it the Oscars where she kissed him on the mouth? He didn't even get that much action in Pelican Brief. Lol.

Sounds unbelievable Julianna The Good Wife would be the 'Worst person in the whole fucking industry'. Really?? By all means spill all the bitchy details but I doubt she is the worst. That sounds ludicrous.

r180 OFF TOPIC Isn't Joel Schumacher the queen that Colin Farrell some two bit actor from Ireland, had to suck and fuck to get his part in Tigerland. Farrell's FIRST Hollywood movie

r190 Kevin Spacey allegedly got him his first break in his film Ordinary Decent Criminal (filmed a year before Tigerland).

R185, BINGO!

Joss' whole relationship with Charisma Carpenter is enough to show that something isn't quite right with him. To hear her speak about their interactions (which she has really only done in public twice) it is clear that once he gets angry at you he stays that way.

It didn't disrupt filming and I'm not sure if it was a mutual dislike but left-winger Tim Roth spoke in interviews about how much he despised Charlton Heston, who he had a scene with in the Planet of the Apes remake, calling him a monster because of his involvement with the NRA. He said he nearly didn't turn up to the set (Roth not Heston) and that he was glad they were both in full ape makeup so they weren't actually touching each other.

R192, I think Whedon is mentally still in high school. He is very intelligent and clever and I'll always respect him for Buffy and Angel, but that's how I feel.

Actually, Lillian Gish gave as good as she got on Whales of August. BD would hog the equity cot (or whatever it is called in a film). LG would smile sweetly and say, "That is OK, the old dear needs all the rest she can get."

It doesn't appear that Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv loathed each other here:

I wouldn't doubt it, R190.

So we need Joss Whedon to direct a remake of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? starring Julianna Margulies and Debra Winger.

I've always heard that William Frawley was a complete cunt to everyone.

[quote]Some delusional Phoenix' fangurls are even blaming Davis for his death, because he was apparently so distressed over his idol Davis' ill-treatment of him on the day he died that he had to snort some cocaine.

Yeah, that's why.

[quote]Some delusional Phoenix' fangurls are even blaming Davis for his death, because he was apparently so distressed over his idol Davis' ill-treatment of him on the day he died that he had to snort some cocaine.

Yeah, that's why.

[quote]Some delusional Phoenix' fangurls are even blaming Davis for his death, because he was apparently so distressed over his idol Davis' ill-treatment of him on the day he died that he had to snort some cocaine.

Yeah, that's why.

Leslie Grantham loathed Peter Dean on the set of the British soap EastEnders because apparently Dean had sold a story to the tabloids about Grantham killing a cab driver in Germany when he was a GI. Unfortunately they were playng best friends on the show. Grantham had to be stopped several times from throwing a punch at Dean.

I don't watch Cougar Town, but apparently they've had to CGI scenes of Courtney Cox and the guy who plays her ex-husband, after their nasty real-life breakup.

I don't think that's right r204. Brian Van Holt left the series this year, and came back for the finale only via video. But he was still with the show after he and Courteney split a few years ago. It seemed amicable (especially since they didn't date that long).

Rock Hudson and Julie Andrews in "Darling Lily."

Why hasn't anyone mentioned TC and Val Kilmer on the set of top gun. Any truth to the rumours that Kilmer gave Cruise a beat down.

The Rock and Vin Diesel in the 'Fast and Furious' movie franchise... The Rock referred to Vin as a "candy ass chicken shit" as reported in a blind item in another thread.

Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop.

Who was the real mean girl(s) on Buffy and Angel? I've heard in various threads that Alyson was just as big a bitch as SMG and that she harassed Amber Benson to the point she refused to come back to the show to shoot her cameo as a face of the first evil.

[quote]What happened between Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd?

Merchandising. Cheryl Ladd rocked that area, outside of the Farah poster, Cheryl outsold all the other angels, especially with dolls.

Lana Turner and Jane Wyman on “Falcon Crest”.

Lana Turner and Wendell Corey

Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins

Marlene Dietrich and Ray Milland

Joan Crawford and Gloria Grahame

Joan Crawford and Mercedes McCambridge

Tyrone Power and Kim Novak

[R188] Yes, I remember that mouth-on-mouth kiss she gave him and how taken aback he appeared to be. I always thought she had thing for him.

Why did Joan and Gloria not like each other?

Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi hated each other so much that their final scene together on "The Good Wife" was composed of over-the-shoulder shots filmed with stand-ins. Allegedly.

R106, Thomas Gibson was fired from "Criminal Minds" for getting physical with a writer-producer and assistant director. Again, allegedly.

Not actresses per se, but the vapid wastes of space known as Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie held up production on one of the seasons of "The Simple Life" because they weren't speaking.

Drake Bell, on former co-star Josh Peck:

[quote] ...we've gone through every up and down that you can think of that two guys can go through. I mean, we've done our 18 hour days on set and it's, 'What are you doing afterwards?'…'Going to your house and watching movies and playing video games,' even though we've spent all day together. And then there's other times where I'm only speaking dialogue to him. You know? It's like, 'Nope, sorry, I don't wanna talk, I don't wanna.' It's just what brothers go through, what best friends [go through] and it's the yin and yang of brotherly love.

[quote] Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop.

Their hatred of one another on "Lamb Chop's Sing-Along" was legendary. Lamb Chop hated Shari for acting bossy on what was after all Lamb Chop's show, and called her "nothing more than a glorified proctologist." She kept trying to drag Charley Horse into their battles, but he refused to take sides.

Speaking of Kim Novak, she had a major fued with with veteran director Henry Hathaway on the first few days of shooting the 1963 remake of OF HUMAN BONDAGE. Hathaway quit - which delayed filming - and was replaced by British director Ken Hughes. In the end Hughes couldn't stand Novak either, but completed the film. Novak also didn't get along with co-star Laurence Harvey. He's no prince either.

The movie was dreadful anyway, and a flop. Not since her dire attempt to play Jeanne Eagels had Novak been so far in over her head.

Shelly Long and rest of the cast of Cheers.

James Mason said that Raquel Welch was a complete pain in the ass on the set of THE LAST OF SHEILA.

Speaking of Kim Novak: she was already having trouble with her new marriage when she began filming '13' in 1965. Supposedly she was a complete pain in the ass and not her nicest. The movie was almost finished filming when Kim hurt her back after falling from a horse. Rather than waiting for her to recuperate the producer used the accident as a reason to scrap the footage, replace her with Deborah Kerr and reshoot the movie with a new title: THE EYE OF THE DEVIL.

Joan Crawford and Mercedes McCambridge loathed each other when they were filming "Johnny Guitar."

I was on the set of "I Love Trouble." Julia wouldn't talk to Nick Nolte OR to the director--she'd talk to a third party who would relay her comments.

Jack Nicholson and Roman Polanski both despised Faye Dunaway by mid-production of CHINATOWN.

Marlon Brando threatened to quit on the set of THE EGYPTIAN because he couldn't stand Bella Darvi. Darvi however wasn't going anywhere since she was Zanuck's latest fucktoy. Somehow the film got made.

Though they'd known one another for over 10 years and gotten along ok in the past, Tony Curtis felt like Joan Collins was carrying on like a prima donna when she guest starred on the series THE PERSUADERS. Things got so bad that Curtis called her a cunt in front of the entire crew. They didn't speak after that but the episode was completed.

Katharine Hepburn & Joe Mankiewicz hated each other on the set of SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER. He called her the world's most unprofessional actress and she spat right in his face on the last day of shooting.

Elizabeth Taylor didn't want to make BUtterfield 8 but she owed M.G.M. one more film before she could make CLEOPATRA which was going to earn her 1 million dollars. Taylor was very difficult in the beginning of the shoot; kept crew waiting for hours, would say things just to shock, ignored direction.

Director Daniel Mann gave it right back to her. One day after repeated latenesses on her part he told Taylor that she would be needed on set by 8 am the following day. Taylor replied for all to hear, "that's not possible; Eddie & I like to fuck all morning long." Not to be outdone, Mann responded, "That's great. We'll bring the crew over to your hotel and shoot right in your suite. It'll add realism to the film !." Another time on the set he gave her the following direction while she was shooting a shower scene: " I want to look like you're fucking the faucet, that's the look I want !" She didn't speak to him for days.

Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt did not get along on the set of INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPiRE no neither would say why. Pitt did make one comment though: "Tom and I are just two very different people."

Allegedly Clark Gable was contemptuous to Charles Laughton on the set of MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY because the somewhat openly gay Laughton had traveled to the Catalina shoot with his companion/masseur.


Mike Connors who was also in the movie commented that he didn't know why but that Crawford just completely ignored Gloria Grahame and would speak to her except for when shooting. He also pointed out that she (JC) was difficult to most on the set.

Bette Davis & Susan Hayward did not get along at all while making WHERE LOVE HAS GONE.

The second & final season of THE TWO COREYS reality show had to be shot around the very-real relationship breakdown between Haim & Feldman, which had been simulated in the prior season.

They didn’t speak outside of their ‘therapy’ sessions or the occasional scrap outside Haim’s apartment. This story has a bittersweet ending, though, as through the show the two Coreys actually reconciled their friendship and spent the final years of Haim’s life hanging out and tentatively working together again.

Not that it disrupted filming but Natalie Wood hated Richard Beymer so much on WSS and it was so painful for him that he never showed up for any of the multitude of anniversary celebration showings and TV interviews about the film. He is though interviewed on the DVD.

You could never tell by their relationship in the film.

Rita Moreno couldn't stand Natalie Wood. Again you can't tell by their acting.

Everybody talks today about how Wood and Beymer were so miscast.

Then how come their romance and its ultimate tragedy is still so incredibly moving? Yeah the music and dancing are great but at the end where there is so little it's just the two of them seeing their life together slip away it tears you apart. And Maria screaming about hatred at the end and wanting to shoot herself would be laughable if Wood weren't so magnificent.

I'd have given her the Oscar for that scene alone.

Nicol Williamson and Helen Mirren in ‘Excalibur’.

Louise Lasser and everyone on ‘ Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman’.

No Lea michele and Naya Rivera from "Glee"?

That was ugly as fuck. They refused to even speak to each other during the last season, you'll notice there was no scenes with Santana and Rachel.

"Marlon Brando threatened to quit on the set of THE EGYPTIAN because he couldn't stand Bella Darvi."

Brando wasn't in that film. Victor Mature was the star.

"James Mason said that Raquel Welch was a complete pain in the ass on the set of THE LAST OF SHEILA."

Welch was a pain in the ass on almost every film she made, which is why her career was very short. Just ask James Ivory.

"Nicol Williamson and Helen Mirren in ‘Excalibur’."

I read Mirren's autobiography and the enmity between them actually occurred during a stage production they were doing (he was a absolutely horrible person, and not the great genius many called him). By the time of EXCALIBUR, I think things had cooled down and they were at least professional and superficially cordial.

To [144]: Judy Davis would not take David Lean’s arrogance on the set of “A Passage to India;” so she loudly belittled him in front of everyone, often. Served the prick right.

And she was wonderful in it.

Judy Davis is her generation's Bette Davis, though Judy is a better actress overall IMO except when she veers into camp.

Eric Braeden and Peter Bergman apparently got into major fights on Y&R.

I assume Archie Panjabi and Julianna Margulies have been mentioned. If not, they are definitely worth inclusion since the series finale of The Good Wife was home to one of the worst edited one-on-one conversations in tv history. So completely obvious they didn't film with one another.

Brando ended up leaving “The Egyptian,” saying Bella Darvi was impossible to work with. Fox sued him, and won, with the result that Brando ended up playing Napoleon in “Desiree,” a role for which he was far better suited.

Though Victor Mature got top billing, it was Edmund Purdom who ended up replacing Brando, and was much better casting. Brando’s personality was far too strong for a character who is actually passive and more than a little wishy-washy.

Not exactly actors, but the on-air drama between radio jocks Opie & Anthony completely tanked their final years as a show together and then later resulted in the dissolution of their brand partnership.

[quote]Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt did not get along on the set of INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPiRE no neither would say why.

Rumor has it that Tom tried to put the moves on Brad, who was not interested. Things were very chilly between them after that.


BRANDO ended up backing out of the film, which is why he is not in the final film; his dislike for DARVI was that strong. Look it up.

I would not have hesitated to bang the shit out of a 30 year-old Tom Cruise. He was hot AF back then.

[QUOTE]Marlon Brando was initially signed to appear opposite Bella Darvi in the film. From the time of the first script read-through, the pair disliked each other. Darvi, cast as the courtesan Nefer, was also jeered by more experienced star Jean Simmons, who laughed with other cast members that Darvi was "an actress who 'nefer' was." Just as filming was to start, Brando refused to make the film, his agent telling studio head Darryl F. Zanuck: "He doesn't like the director, he doesn't like the role. And he can't stand Bella Darvi!" Dirk Bogarde was offered the role, but turned it down. Edmund Purdom was finally cast in role of Sinuhe, the physician.

Beth Howland use to throw straws at everyone

Someone mentioned Laurence Harvey upthread - he and Capucine loathed each other on Walk on the Wild Side. It really shows in the movie, they have ZERO chemistry

In a recent interview Hugh Grant said that Robert Downey Jr was straight up NASTY to him on the set of Restoration for no reason.

And I'm shocked that no one mentioned Kevin Spacey and Bryan Singer. Bryan caught Kevin putting the moves on Bryan's teenage boyfriend, and was so pissed at Kevin that production actually shut down for a day.


Fonda, who was also in the film was not a fan of Harvey either. She said a scene with him was like acting alone.

What did Braeden and BErgman fight over ?

Well, thank you very very much !

You have to wonder what Simone Signoret made of Harvey during the shoot of ROOM AT THE TOP, which made him a star. He and Signoret do have chemistry, though it may be she did the heavy lifting in their scenes. She did get an Oscar for it.

r208- that article is right except for the last line. The whole cast and crew LOVES Dwayne and loathes Vin. Vin will make everyone wait for hours because he's playing video games or just doesn't feel like coming out because "It's too cold". Dwayne is a professional and is fun to work with. I'm glad that Dwayne called him out, but alas it didn't change a thing.

Wonder what Paul Walker was like??

What makes people loathe each other immediately? I can honestly say that's never happened to me. It takes more time for me to hate someone.

r254. Paul was a doll. Professional, on time (always peeved at V for making him wait), nice guy. The smallest ego out of the whole bunch. Of course, V and T made it about them "we were brothers"-HA! after his death.

R259 Glad to hear that. Thanks for answering.

Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic on Castle. Their inability to get along ended the series.

Actors are such sensitive creatures.

Several years ago on a late night talk show, Julia Roberts said a leading man in one of her movies was nasty to work with. He’d throw screaming fits and such. She wouldn’t say his name, other than if she did she’d never work again. Does anyone remember that? I’ve always wondered if she meant Richard Gere or Hugh Grant?

Doubt it was Hugh Grant R261. He's supposed to be a pretty nice guy.

I remember being surprised by either reading in his autobio or in an interview how much Guinness disliked Lean when they had many so many classic films together.

But when you consider what Lean achieved at least physically in films like River Kwai, Lawrence, Zhivago and Ryan's Daughter(dear god that storm!) without cgi It probably does take some sort of obsessed monster to get it done.

Julia Roberts could turn even Jesus Christ into a raging cunt, so it could've been any actor she worked with.

Rumors I've heard:

Julia Roberts disrupted production in Peter Pan and Flatliners.

Various over-serious MASH stars disrupted filming with complaints about scripts and dressing room-type stuff.

Robert Reed had to be talked into returning to set over the episode where Greg's hair turned green or something like that. Reed said it wasn't possible. It was definitely his problem with writers and producers and by all accounts, he loved his castmates.

"I remember being surprised by either reading in his autobio or in an interview how much Guinness disliked Lean when they had many so many classic films together."

I don't know when Guinness wrote that book, but he and Lean had a parting of the ways after the latter's dismissive attitude toward Guinness during the shooting of A PASSAGE TO INDIA. So I wonder if Guinness' attitude toward Lean in general was colored by that last working relationship. Frankly, casting Guinness in that role was absurd anyway in 1981 and critics were not kind to Guinness' performance given that the rest of the Indian roles were played by native-born actors.

Certainly Lean was an autocrat, and he also was still smarting over the lambasting he got over RYAN'S DAUGHTER (and the film's financial failure) and the generally cool critical reception to DOCTOR ZHIVAGO (very successful financially but not really a good movie IMO). So I'm sure Lean felt additional pressure on PASSAGE as it was likely to be (and indeed was) his last film.

Yes I remember even in '81 people thinking how absurd and offensive it was(I did and I liked the film very much) casting Guinness in that role. If not Lean Sir Alec should have known better.

Agree R267. I got the impression that Guinness accepted the role due to his strong working relationship with Lean, which is why I think his bitterness toward the director came to a fore during and after filming this movie. But I could be wrong.


Pitiful when a famous actor, director etc ends their career with shit. Garbo knew when to say enough & close the doors. Wise woman.

Lars Van Trier vs. Björk in Dancer In The Dark. He mentally tortured her to get a decent performance out of her and she claims he also sexually assaulted her. Björk's co-star Catherine Deneuve was apparently annoyed by Björk's unprofessionalism on the set.

"Doubt it was Hugh Grant R261. He's supposed to be a pretty nice guy."

In the interview I mentioned at r248 he had nice things to say about Julia and Meryl.

Mandy Patinkin and Shemar Moore vs. Thomas Gibson, "Criminal Minds"

Mandy Patinkin vs F. Murray Abraham, "Homeland"

Isaiah Washington vs Patrick Dempsey and T.R. Knight, "Grey's Anatomy"

Joss Whedon should remake Baby Jane with Sarah Jessica Horseface and Kim Cattrall.

Thomas Gibson seemed to suffer so from PSS on Criminal Minds.

Bonnie Franklin and Mary Louise Wilson on One Day at a Time. Apparently Bonnie felt like she was being upstaged and eventually had her fired.

Michael J Pollard wanted Redford to fuck him so Redford mostly ignored him. Pollard knew who Redford had been compelled to fuck. Both of them hated Lauren Hutton who was doing Coke and sleeping with some higher up.

V. Leigh and C. Gable in a little film called GONE WITH THE WIND

Barbra Streisand and Walter Matthau in HELLO DOLLEY

I read that with the exception of Larry Linville, most of the original TV cast of MASH was nearly impossible to work with

I remember something about that old movie. THE BIG CHILL. Maybe you heard of it? They all hated one of the actresses. A mannish thing. Cross-eyed. Too old for the part. Now what was her name? Not that I'd say it. That wouldn't be kind.

Well., you COULD ask Kevin Kline. Or Tom Berenger. Or Bill Hurt. Or Mark Kay Place. Or dear Meg Tilly. Or JoBeth Williams. Or Jeff Goldblum. Or Linda, Don Galloway's widow. I know he talked about it. Incessantly, she said at his funeral. Or Kevin Costner, even, and he played a corpse with all his scenes cut, I now remember.

What did Glenn Close think of this horrible cunt?

It was radio but Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd hated each other so much they rarely appeared on the program at the same time.

It seems like none of the actors on 70s tv shows got along, with rare exceptions. The MTM Show actors all seemed to like each other, but most other sets were pretty pissy and catty.

R248 Davis Thewlis also called RDJ "weird" or something (to the press) when they did Restoration. But Thewlis is no angel. I think Hugh Grant can be difficult too.

RDJ publicly described Hugh Grant in a bad light, long ago. He probably disliked Hugh first based on some things RDJ's close actor buddies told RDJ.

r250 I think the Braeden vs. Bergman feud was as a result of Braeden's ego being threatened by Bergman. Braeden had "final word" in scenes, meaning his character Victor always got to say the last line and apparently Bergman wasn't having it and improved something, and they got into it. But I could be wrong. I just love that Bergman took on that egomaniac.

Also, NPH called out Braeden a few years ago when Braeden was supposed to guest star on How I Met Your Mother.

I've heard that Hugh Grant can be an asshole on occasion, snarky and dismissive and generally cunty if he's in the mood or takes a dislike to someone. But I've never heard of him screaming, fighting, or throwing diva fits.

"The smallest ego out of the whole bunch. "

And he had the biggest cock.

Rhea Perlman was going around saying, 'Isn't it much nice now that Shelley Long has left, and everyone, including Kirstie Alley was like, "no",'

R250 R283 I believe their fight got physical. Braeden admits they didn’t get on in this clip.

Hugh Grant was almost the handsome Professor Gilderoy Lockhart in Harry Potter 2. Did I read the role went to the less handsome Branagh because of Hugh Grant's on set reputation?

Maybe during Restoration, RDJ was in the midst of kicking cocaine. He's eccentric and kooky even without drugs. Is Hugh a coke snorter too?

Judy Davis (an actress I’ve always considered over-rated and wearisome), allegedly made famed director David Lean’s life less than a box of bon bons on A Passage To India over the interpretation of her character. Of course she tells it differently...that he wasn’t, unlike her good self, in his prime.

R284 Grant is selfish, negative, proudly misogynistic and a massive whinger but I don’t know that he’s a sociopath. He’s too lazy for it. I would imagine his entitlement stems from his privileged background and the early successes he achieved. He’s never been challenged or had to be humble.

The sad part is that according to his press statements Hugh knows he’s rather a pig and doesn’t like himself much for it, either. I suspect chronic clinical depression as he seems to have intelligence and some rueful self-awareness but no impetus to change behaviour that he knows is crude.

There’s also his black sense of humour which doesn’t go over well with many people, especially Americans. Whether in jest or no, he seems to be utterly bored by life and disillusioned with everything he sees. Hugh Laurie is the same way.

[quote]Though Victor Mature got top billing, it was Edmund Purdom

A very social elderly Roman contessa told a friend of mine that the young Purdom was one of the hearthrobs of Pope Paul, decades before when he was Archbishop of Milan. You won’t find THAT tidbit in any bio: a DL Special!

R261 - it was Nick Nolte

How was Witherspoon insufferable, r9? Saying that to a homosexual without providing examples is just unfair.

[quote]He came back the 2nd year as guest host and during rehearsal said something offensive to Jane Curtin, and as a result he and Bill Murray (who had a crush on Curtin) got into a fist fight.

No fan of Chevy Chase (his career and fame baffled me at the time) but this just lets Bill Murray off the hook and he’s an even bigger asshole than Chase is. From what I’ve read people on the cast resented Chase and Murray got that vibe so he just picked a fight with Chase because he sensed the hostility on the set. And there was no fist fight.

[quote]Teri Hatcher and the other Housewives. There was one whole season where the plot was written that Teri moved into an apartment and had her own storylines, rarely interacting with the others. The year after that, she clearly was green-screened into many of the scenes... in others, there were over-the-shoulder shots of a stand-in.

Lots and lots of drama behind the scenes on that show. Bet that fat old puppet master and bitter queen Marc Cherry loved stirring the pot with all those women-- whose lives and careers he controlled.

R38 DP writes fiction. You're an idiot to reference that fat fuck here.

Wow, a thread with actual gossip!

Mae West and Raquel Welch in Myra Breckinridge.

Raquel’s impersonation of Mae West.

Molly Ringwald & Judd Nelson OWN this thread.

An insider from the House of Cards set said Robin Wright hated Kevin Spacey so much that she would only talk to him when she had to.

^^and now she doesn't!

I'm guessing any young, cute actor who worked on a Kevin Spacey movie probably loathed him....

Joel Kinnaman isn't that young, but he no so subtly admitted Spacey tried to push him into sex.

[quote]"He tried to... he gave me a very warm welcome in Baltimore.

Jane Curtain loathed John Belushi. Jane stood up for herself and try to fight against the misogyny of the original Saturday Night Live. No was no accident that Emily Latella would call Jane a bitch

Things might not have been hunky dory on the set of MTM. Cloris Leachman said that Moore and Harper bonded over their past careers as dancers, but that Moore completely ignored her off set

Kevin Spacey and all the extras who had to dodge his advances

You've just described 90% of the British population, r290. They're cunts by birth and heritage and have no clue why people can't stand to be around them, but will make the occasional self-deprecating joke that fools people into thinking they're self aware.

Well, thanks very much R307. You do know how to make a bod feel welcome.

Jimmy Cagney and Horst Buchholz.

Cagney said he never saw One Two Three because he never wanted to look at Buchholz again.

R290, I think Hugh Grant was humbled a bit after that prostitute embarrassment.


They didn't like each other but it never disrupted filming.

Gabe Kaplin got tossed off his own show from fighting so much.


If you watch the Emmy Legends interview with Jane Curtain, Jane says it was basically true, but sort of defends Chase saying he WAS the biggest star and what did they expect the network to do, ignore that? She said, the public wanted him so they gave him more time, but she says it wasn't his doing, it's what the public wanted.

Curtain says all the guys were basically "jerks" and blames drugs for it. She said she and her was very close with John Belushi and his wife, then after John and her started SNL, John became rude and belligerent to her and a jerk. She says she can't think of why, except everyone but her, was on drugs constantly on that show.

Thomas Gibson was pretty universally hated on the set of Criminal Minds and it was a bit of a disruption. I don't think anyone hated Shemar but he was constantly late and naturally pissed people off.

[quote]Cloris Leachman said that Moore and Harper bonded over their past careers as dancers, but that Moore completely ignored her off set

I never heard that, I did hear the men, Ed, Ted and Gavin were happy Valerie left, because she was so popular it cut all their screen times. They never hated Valerie but were glad she got her own show, so they could have more stories about their characters.

Didn't Bea Arthur & Bette White hate each other or at least Bea hated Bette? The final season, I heard Bea requested to have as a few scenes with Bette as possible.

I can't read through this whole thread, but can someone confirm or deny that Tim Robbins & Mirgan Freeman couldn't get along during Shawshank?

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