Friday, December 27, 2013

8 Celebrities You Wouldn’t Want To Work With

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Posted : November 2013
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Making a movie can be a very stressful undertaking. Sometimes people lose their temper and other times some actors are just plain nasty to play with. If you ever make it to Hollywood, you may want to think twice before working with this list artistes.

Val Kilmer
This troubled actor reportedly walked off the set of his first job. It was a commercial for hamburgers when he was only 12 years old. Kilmer famously came to blows with director Joel Schumacher when he told Val his poor treatment of the crew was unacceptable.

Mike Myers
Myers has built a reputation throughout the years for being a high maintenance control-freak. His Wayne’s World director claimed she assigned her daughter as his personal assistant to deal with his endless demands. Who knew that a guy with such a friendly face and a great sense of humor can be like this? I guess that with so much positive things surrounding this actor, there have to be some negative ones…

Katherine Heigl
Publicly slamming people she has worked with, rude behavior and outrageous demands led to this actresses hasty decline from one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood to a non-speaking role in a commercial for cold medicine. Known for rants, Katherine had something to say about almost everyone she has worked with. Knocked up was sexist, for example, according to Katherine. The worst of it got the writers of ”Grey’s Anatomy” after her statement that she will not accept an Emmy nomination because of “bad writing”.

Gwyneth Paltrow
Among her most ridiculous demands, Paltrow requires that someone dry the shower at the gym before she uses it so she doesn’t have to come in contact with the previous person’s water. At the set of Iron Man 2 she reportedly avoided Scarlett Johansson so much that the two of them never spoke a word. Granted, it would seem that there’s media frenzy about her and the mishaps she had with other people, but we’re hoping that the truth will finally emerge, after enough attention, of course.

Russell Crowe
The actor has made quite a name for himself with his drunken fights, threatening to kill movie producers during phone calls in the middle of the night, and insulting people on Twitter. His eccentric personality has involved him in foot races with the film crews, “fun” trips off set during filming and many more interesting shenanigans. He also angered George Clooney after he criticized his appearances in TV commercials, calling him a sellout. Clooney replied: “Dude, the only people who succeed when two famous people are fighting is People magazine. What is wrong with you?”

Edward Norton
Though widely regarded as a very passionate and dedicated actor, Norton is known to be difficult to work with for the same reasons. He was once quoted for saying: ”I’m incapable of engaging as an actor on something without engaging as a dramatist. And when you work with great people, they not only accept it, they welcome it. But when you work with insecure people, it’s a problem.”

Steven Seagal
The antics of this action star are so legendary that you would be hard pressed to believe them if they didn’t come directly from the mouths of other actors and crew members. Between outright fabrications about his own life and kicking random guys between the legs on set, what’s not to love. Not to mention the brutality and sheer force in his series: Steven Seagal: Lawman where he has driven a SWAT tank on one of the raids. During the filming several animals were injured and killed accidentally.

James Cameron
Known for telling people who wanted to talk with him on set to “take a number”, Cameron has ruffled some feathers in the past but also directed some of the most successful movies ever. He has a reputation for pushing his cast and crew to their bounds


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