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« Reply #6 on: July 21, 2016, 02:24:53 AM »



Patrick Swayze & Jennifer Grey – 'Dirty Dancing’ (1987) Legend has it that Patrick Swayze had to get down on his hands and knees to convince Jennifer Grey to star in 'Dirty Dancing’, because when the pair shot 'Red Dawn’ together she was not a fan of his. That backfired somewhat when Grey’s immaturity caused Swayze no small amount of irritation – neither of them had the time of their life. “She’d slip into silly moods, forcing us to do scenes over and over,” said Swayze in his memoirs. “We did have a few moments of friction… she seemed particularly emotional, sometimes bursting into tears if someone criticised her.” Sure, Patrick. 'Someone’.

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Anthony Hopkins & Shirley MacLaine – 'A Change Of Seasons’ (1980) “She was the most obnoxious actress I have ever worked with.” That’s Anthony Hopkins there, resolutely refusing to mince his words about Shirley MacLaine, with whom he starred in 1980’s Golden Raspberry-nominated romantic drama. The precise reason for Hopkins’ dislike of the actress is unclear, although he’s not the only person to criticise MacLaine. Director Don Siegel once said, “It’s hard to feel much warmth for . She’s too unfeminine and has too much balls.”
Anthony Hopkins & Shirley MacLaine – 'A Change Of Seasons’ (1980) “She was the most obnoxious actress I have ever worked with.” That’s Anthony Hopkins there, resolutely refusing to mince his words about Shirley MacLaine, with whom he starred in 1980’s Golden Raspberry-nominated romantic drama. The precise reason for Hopkins’ dislike of the actress is unclear, although he’s not the only person to criticise MacLaine. Director Don Siegel once said, “It’s hard to feel much warmth for [Shirley]. She’s too unfeminine and has too much balls.”
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Richard Gere & Debra Winger – 'An Officer And A Gentleman’ (1982) In his book 'An Actor And A Gentleman’, Louis Gossett Jr lifted the lid on one of the most popular (and most parodied) movie relationships of the 1980s – apparently all the sailor suits in the world couldn’t make Richard Gere and Debra Winger abide one another. Winger despised making the film and likened co-star Gere to “a brick wall”. It’s been over 30 years since he carried her off into the sunset, so Gere and Winger’s difficult relationship has thawed in the interim. Says Winger now, “I run in to Richard Gere quite a lot and he half jokes, 'Are you still saying terrible things about me?’”
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