Jamie Foxx v. LL Cool J
Jamie Foxx and LL Cool J butted heads on the set of "Any Given Sunday." LL Cool J, a method actor, continued to beat up Foxx even after the director called cut on a fight scene. This led to assault charges being filed. The defense: it was the character who was fighting, not LL Cool J himself.
Mariah Carey v. Nicki Minaj
The purpose of American Idol is to focus on the talents of the singers. However, a nasty feud between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj shed more light on the judges platform than either of them wanted. Mariah said it was "like going to work every day in hell with Satan," while Minaj responded "I'm not ****in' putting up with her ****in' highness over there."
Bill Murray v. Lucy Liu
Bill is notorious for being rude to those whose talent he does not respect. He left the "Charlie's Angels" movie series due to a fight that he had with actress Lucy Liu. Reportedly, Bill made a point of questioning Liu's casting for her role, calling out her acting ability.
Nick Nolte v. Julia Roberts
The movie "I Love Trouble" fell flat when costars Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte's off-screen chemistry fizzled out before it started. Ten years later, Roberts called Nolte "a disgusting human being," while he retorted that she was simply "not a nice person."
Will Smith v. Aunt Viv
The first actress to portray Aunt Viv on "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" was Janet Hubert. She was not fond of Will Smith at all, going as far as calling him an egomaniac. Will countered with similar thoughts, thinking she wanted the show to be more about her: "Aunt Viv of Bel Air." The feud led to Hubert leaving the show after the third season and being replaced for the final three seasons by Daphne Reid.
James Franco v. Tyrese Gibson
They were rivals in the film, but their fight scenes turned into reality. After filming this movie, Tyrese was furious with Franco, saying "I never want to work with him againÉ It felt very personal. It was ****ed up." Franco admits he probably got way too into his role and got carried away.
Shannen Doherty v. Alyssa Milano
Milano refuses to ever work with Doherty again, citing extreme difficulties during the making of "Charmed." Milano compared the controversy on set to the drama you would typically find in high school, which isn't surprising since Doherty had similar run ins with cast mates on "Beverly Hills: 90210." She didn't complete either series, leaving after three seasons of "Charmed" and four of "90210."
Robert Downey Jr. v. Terrence Howard
Howard famously reported that Robert Downey Jr. actively worked to push Terrence out of his role that he originally played in the original "Iron Man." Supposedly, Terrence was offered a significantly reduced salary for "Iron Man 2" despite his contract for the film, and when he wouldn't take it he was booted from production, all while Robert's salary increased dramatically.
Bruce Willis v. Kevin Smith
The two worked together on "Cop Out," and apparently the two did not mesh. Smith has said that Willis was very difficult and made the process soul-crushing for him, while Willis called Smith a "whiner."
William Shatner v. George Takei
These two have been fighting ever since their time on "Star Trek" way back in the 60s. They are both beloved by fans, and still actively involved which has only served to add fuel to the fire. Through interviews, tweets, videos, and reddit posts, these two hurl insults at each other like none other.
Sylvester Stallone v. Richard Gere
In 1974, Stallone and Gere worked on "The Lord's of Flatbrush." They never hit it off, and at one point Gere supposedly intentionally dropped chicken grease all over Stallone resulting in Stallone elbowing him in the head. Gere was recast as a result of the feud. Stallone is supposedly behind the urban legend regarding Gere, a gerbil, and his sexual behavior.
Harrison Ford v. Josh Hartnett
Ford is known for being a bit stand-off-ish, fighting with people such as George Lucas and Shia LeBeouf. However, Ford developed a particularly bad relationship with Josh Hartnett when they were working on "Hollywood Homicide." Hartnett's perspective is pretty funny, saying ""there were times we would end up just sitting in the car when we were supposed to be doing a scene and neither of us would say anything for like an hour."
Faye Dunaway v. Roman Polanski
This legendary Hollywood feud centers around an iconic actress and iconic director that started on the set of the classic film "Chinatown." The feud began when Polanski plucked a troublesome hair from Dunaway's head, and then when she asked him for her character's motivation he told her to "just say the f-ing words; your salary is your motivation." The feud escalated when Polanski refused to allow her a bathroom break, so she threw a cup of her urine at his face.
William Baldwin v. Sharon Stone
Though lovers in "Sliver," their off-screen tension caused the romance to go nowhere, and the movie became a flop. Sharon supposedly bit Baldwin's tongue so hard that he was rendered unable to speak normally for days.
Wesley Snipes v. "Blade: Trinity" Cast
Wesley Snipes is known for being a little eccentric, and that was no more so true than on the set of "Blade: Trinity." Ryan Reynolds found himself fighting with Snipes both during and after takes. Snipes went so far as to ask his director to quit when he behaved in way that made Snipes uncomfortable.
Charlie Sheen v. Chuck Lorre
Sheen has never been one to hold his tongue, but it certainly got away from him when he directed it towards Chuck Lorre, creator of many great sitcoms including Sheen's own "Two and a Half Men." When it didn't let up, Sheen was fired, and the rest is history.
Alec Baldwin v. Kim Basinger
These two were married for nearly a decade when they filed for divorce in 2001. The divorce and ensuing custody battle were not pretty. Needless to say, these two won't be starring alongside each other any time soon!
Donald Trump v. Rosie O'Donnell
Neither celeb has much in the way of a verbal filter, so it should come as no surprise that the two do not get along.