Tv couples dating in real life

Although neither party ever commented on the rumours, a source told NY Daily News that Reese and Vince clashed over their rehearsing techniques.

"Vince rolls into set in the morning looking like he just [got up], while Reese will arrive early looking camera-ready", the insider explained at the time.

The whole situation sounds like a meet-cute from a movie anyway: impossibly hot couple make movie that people think is the most heartbreakingly romantic of all time, but fight all the way through it.

Then they realise they're actually in love after all. According to director Nick Cassavetes, the pair shouted and screamed at each other and "were really not getting along" to the point that Gosling asked for a different actress to read Mc Adams' lines off camera for him to react to. It actually feels quite strange that there was ever a world in which Nolte would be a romantic lead to Roberts but that, we suppose, is what happens when leading ladies have to be so much younger than their male partners.

It's more, like, technical and choreographed and less ... I’m just not getting anything from this.’…[later] we went into a room with a producer; they started screaming and yelling at each other. As the two characters come together out of necessity and rather reluctantly, they have to find a degree of trust.

it's more of a task.", Nick Cassavetes, revealed Ryan and Rachel actually didn't get on initially. And to some extent that was the trajectory of their relationship as well."In his autobiography 'The Time Of My Life', Swayze admitted he and Grey clashed on set occasionally; usually down to their individual moods."We did have a few moments of friction when we were tired or after a long day of shooting", he wrote.

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: "We were two stupid kids who had no business being in a relationship in the first place.

Their on-screen relationship was a constant rollercoaster of up-down-up-down-will-they-won't-they, and by the sounds of it, that transcended into their off screen relationship, too. Despite having a friendly, flirty, and later romantic relationship on screen, these two apparently didn't get on at all IRL."Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion completely despise each other," a source told Us Weekly.

Speaking to Metro in 2008, Duchovny explained: "Familiarity breeds contempt... We couldn't stand the sight of each other."That said, he did say Anderson's 'like a sister' in the same interview, so y'know. These two absolutely didn't like each other: Roberts told The New York Times that Nolte was "charming and nice – he's also completely disgusting.", while he later responded: "It's not nice to call someone 'disgusting'.

), and claimed "she'd gone funny, her mind was all over the place" during the shoot.

Though he might have been a bit biased – in a kind of anti-"She was the most obnoxious actress I have ever worked with," Hopkins supposedly said of his co-star in this not-very-well-liked romantic drama.