Iconic TV And Movie Couples That Hate Each Other IRL

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As the famous song goes, there’s a thin line between love and hate. And most fans would be shocked to learn just how many of their favorite on-screen couples can’t stand each other in real life. And while some pairs were able to put aside their differences and make it work, others reportedly ended their working relationship due to the static.

Additionally, while some on-screen differences may have resulted in some fiery chemistry between the two factors, others are noticeably uncomfortable working together. Here’s a closer look at some of the most notable on-screen couples that did not get along in real life. Number three is truly unbelievable.

10. Fifty Shades Of Gray: Dakota Johnson And Jamie Dornan

Because of the cult following of this book series, the movie was well anticipated. However, Dakota and Jamie have lackluster on-screen chemistry and most attribute this to their rocky off-screen relationship. Even during press interviews, the two seem noticeably annoyed with one another. While this feuding couple may come as a surprise to some, the couple at number five will be heartbreaking to all 90s teenagers.

9. X-Files: Gillian Anderson And David Duchovny
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Scully and Mulder are every sci-fi fan’s dream couple which is why most people would be surprised to hear that in the 90s, Anderson and Duchovny did not get along at all. According to the company, at one point they argued all the time and couldn’t stand the sight of each other. Thankfully, all these years later they buried the hatchet to become friends and even co-stars once again on the X-Files reboot.
8. The Notebook: Rachel McAdams And Ryan Gosling
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The truth behind The Notebook sounds like the best romantic comedy scenario ever. The couple meets during the making of a beautiful romance fights during the entire movie only discover that they truly love each other at the end. According to reports, Gosling and McAdams fought like cats and dogs the whole taping of The Notebook, but after the movie had wrapped they went on to date for three years. Love – it’s a wonderful and confusing thing.

7. Dirty Dancing: Jennifer Grey And Patrick Swayze
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Grey suffered from bizarre mood swings during the taping of Dirty Dancing that often caused friction with the rest of the cast including her love interest, Patrick Swayze. From demanding that they redo scenes to crying uncontrollably, it’s clear that Grey did not have the time of her life during the taping of Dirty Dancing. And if you think this revelation sheds a new light on a classic on-screen love story, wait till you check out the pairing at number 6.

6. Romeo And Juliet: Claire Danes And Leonardo DiCaprio

Reportedly the young couple (he was 22 at the time if she was 16) thoroughly rubbed each other the wrong way. Apparently, DiCaprio was always cracking jokes and playing pranks while the reserved Danes kept to herself. And it’s because they had such different personalities that often caused friction between the two.

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