15 On Screen Couples Who Hated Each Other in Real Life

Ironically, a lot of couples that we admire from our favorite movies cannot stand each other in real life. It is kind of hard to believe considering that the scenes we watch from these moves look perfect, romantic, and hot. Here is a list of fifteen movie couples who in real life do not get along with each other:

15.JAMIE DORNAN AND DAKOTA JOHNSON – FIFTY SHADES

As one of the most successful movies of 2015, Fifty Shades of Grey, involved a lot of sexy scenes between the two main actors. But, rumor has it that the couple does not have a good relationship in real life, maybe because of the fact that Dornan has a little kid and at the time when the movie was filmed he was in a relationship. Actually, Dornan-Johnson were considered to be the worst screen combo.

14. STANA KATIC AND NATHAN FILLION – CASTLE

At the end of the show, the couple is supposed to live together happily ever after. But, when the show was cancelled after eight seasons, US magazine reported that the two actors actually despised each other to the point that show producers made them go to couple therapy.

13. LEONARDO DiCAPRIO AND CLAIRE DANES – ROMEO + JULIET

When the modern version of Romeo and Juliet first came out, everybody fell in love with the chemistry that the couple shared. But, years after the classic love story came out, it was revealed that the couples did not really get along. Dicaprio thought that Danes was standoffish and Dane on the other hand thought that Dicaprio was very immature. Even later, when they were proposed to work together for another project, Danes refused the offer.

12. KATE BECKINSALE AND LUKE WILSON – VACANCY

It seems like this was another couple who behind the camera could not stand each other. Wilson used to always show up late on set and brag about how women and how loaded he had become. Beckinsale did not appreciate all this behavior and also sent him a picture of herself saying: “read your lines to this-it will be better for both of us”.

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