These on screen couples weren’t always the perfect pair and here’s why.
Sometimes an on-screen romance is just that, an on-screen romance. But I’d lie saying I wasn’t interested in the relationships off the screens. Some have put their differences aside and have gotten married, aka Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. And some, like Charlie Sheen and Selma Blair, won’t ever be on the same screen again.
For Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon, opposites don’t attract. Their personalities just never meshed well, and it was reported that Witherspoon hated Vaughn so much that she refused to do a sex scene in the 2008 movie, Four Christmases.
Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder’s relationship turned sour when they broke up and still had to film The Vampire Diaries. Though there wasn’t any bad blood on set, according to costar, Claire Holt, it was still a breakup. Back then, the rumors were that Somerhalder was ready to settle down, but Dobrev wasn’t ready; a contributing factor was the age gap. These two haven’t shared a screen since and probably won’t.
Martin Lawrence and Tisha Campbell were the IT couple in the ’90s when Martin rose to quick fame. The show is still popular today. Despite the show’s success, there was some drama between this on-screen couple that makes me believe they won’t be sharing the screen ever again.
Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte in I Love Trouble were actually trouble. These two haven’t shared a screen since 1994. Roberts did press for the upcoming movie in 1993 and referred to Nolte as “disgusting.”
Blake Lively’s brief romance with Armie Hammer on-screen was supposed to last much longer on gossip girl. However, Hammer hinted that someone in the cast wasn’t fond of him and his previous episode agreement was cut short in an interview with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live After Show.
Jennifer Aniston and Jay Mohr’s relationship wasn’t picture perfect at all. In the movie Picture PerfectMohr described working with Aniston as difficult and one of the worst experiences in his career.
Selma Blair was ruthlessly fired from Anger Management after she and Charlie Sheen could not get along. This feud was very public at the time. After word got out that Sheen called Blair a “CU Next Tuesday” through text, she was given the boot after questioning his work ethics on set.
Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp’s on-screen romance was just that because when the cameras went down, the two didn’t initially get along much in The Tourist. But they managed to become close friends soon and debunked the rumors. The Tourist was the last movie they worked on together.
Sophia Bush and Chad Michael Murray’s love was short-lived. After being on the classic, One Tree Hill, and their characters dating on the show, they began to date IRL. Obviously, it didn’t last as they wanted to get an annulment within a year of marriage.
Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack kept it going for a while. These exes entered the reality tv show world for their HGTV show, flip-of-flop. The show remained on tv screens for nearly a decade.
Gilmore Girls Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson danced around their on-screen romance for quite a while. And Graham confirmed that off-screen they weren’t the best of friends.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher opened up in an interview about how they would most likely not work together again on screen. Despite starring in the Cheetos Super Bowl ad, they rather spend time being good parents. However, if an opportunity presented itself and required an eight-hour shoot day while the kids were at school, they’d be down!
Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki’s The Big Bang Theory romance wasn’t just on-screen. It was also off-screen. But as the pair fizzled out, Cuoco was very showy with her new relationship at the time and the cast described her as an egomaniac.
Penélope Cruz spoke to E! News for the screening of Loving Pablo on the on-screen romance she got to share with her husband, Javier Barden. Though the actors tied the knot in 2010, Cruz shared that she loves working with her husband, but it’s not ideal. “I love working with him, but it’s not something we want to do every year or every couple of years. Once in a while.”
Leonardo DiCaprio’s prankster clothes didn’t impress Claire Danes on the set of Romeo & Juliet. She actually called their relationship on set “problematic.” After the 1996 film, these two haven’t shared the screen again.