The rules of the business world also apply to the movie business. People may think of actors and actresses as famous, but their careers are also based on time commitments, commitment to roles, and work ethics in general. But some famous people are known for throwing fits, cutting people off, and being hard to deal with. Yes, we’re talking about people like Lindsay Lohan. Look at this.
1. Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay would often show up late to work and have temper tantrums. She is a narcissist, so she wants to be the centre of attention at work. The woman thinks that the world is all about her and that it must stay that way. Lindsay Lohan has reportedly struggled with addiction and been to rehab more than once.
2. Jones, January
Jared Gilmore, who played Jones’s on-screen son, says that Jones is cold and hard to get along with. Gilmore said in an interview with TV Guide US, “Watch out for January [Jones]. She’s not as easy to talk to as the other people. She works very hard at what she does. All the other people are so nice.”
3. Nicki Minaj
In 2009, Mickey Boardman, who was the editorial director of Paper magazine, worked on a shoot with Nicki Minaj. He later said, “Nicki Minaj wasn’t fun. The Nicki thing worked out in the end, but it was horrible torture for two weeks and she had to walk off shoots.
4. Gwyneth Paltrow
When it comes to getting to know her co-stars and teammates, Gwyneth Paltrow seems like a cold person. She is said to be rude to Scarlett Johansson, who she worked with on Iron Man 2. During the whole time they were making the movie, Gwyneth completely ignored Scarlett and wouldn’t talk to her. Word on the street is that Gwyneth gets cold with people she thinks of as competition.
5. Katherine Heigl
Katherine Heigl had a fall from grace, even though she was talented and charming, because of her rants. She is known for being rude in public and making crazy requests. Heigl is giving herself a second chance, says a person who knows her well: “She’s really determined to put everything behind her. The only way to do that is to work in film or TV with good people and have those good people tell you good things. And it doesn’t happen all at once. There are a lot of people who love her and want to see her.
6. Shannen Doherty
Shannen Doherty said on a radio show that her co-star on the show Beverly Hills, 90210, Jason Priestley, had “memory problems” because of a car accident he was in in 2002. She was accused of being rude to Jason, but she didn’t apologise. This happened after Jason talked about Shannen’s diva-like demands in his book. Shannen was finally fired from the show because of her temper tantrums.
Russell Crowe is an actor who can get angry in a matter of minutes, get into fights while drunk, insult people on social media, and make threatening phone calls to movie producers at midnight. He even made George Clooney angry when he said that Clooney was a “sellout” for appearing in TV ads. Clooney replied, “Man, when two famous people fight, the only people who win are the people at People magazine.” “What’s the matter with you?”
8. Edward Norton
Even though Edward Norton did a great job as Bruce Banner (Hulk), he was fired from Marvel Studios. “We have decided not to bring Ed Norton back to play the title role of Bruce Banner in the Avengers,” said Kevin Feige, the studio’s president. Our decision has nothing to do with money. Instead, it has to do with the fact that we need an actor who matches the creativity and teamwork of our other talented cast members. That says everything!
9. Steven Seagal
The things this tough guy does are too much to handle. This person has done many bad things, like kick people on the set and hurt animals while filming. People say that he is the most stupid of all of them. Also, that he lies all the time.
10. Kanye West
This “high maintenance” star can be too demanding, picky, and hard to deal with at times. Will Ferrell talked about how they worked together to make Anchorman 2: “It was crazy to have Kanye, who loves comedy so much, hang out with us for two days for our movie. He played the new songs a lot—over and over again. He plays the tracks even when you’re trying to film. They are also loud. We asked a scared 18-year-old intern to refuse them.