Hollywood is a small place, and it doesn’t take long to build a reputation for being a colossal d-bag. Just ask this lot.
Reese may come across as America’s Sweetheart, but she is far from that.
In 2013, the Sweet Home Alabama star was arrested for disorderly conduct and reportedly stated: “Do you know who I am? You’re about to find out.”
The 24 actor has a messy history of conducting himself while working.
Freddie Prinze Jr reportedly hated working with him so much on 24 that he considered quitting acting.
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Tommy Lee has a long-standing rep for not being very cooperative in interviews and not being gracious to fans.
He also had zero chills with co-star Jim Carrey on the set of Batman Forever and reportedly said, “I hate you. I really don’t like you. I cannot sanction your buffoonery.”
The versatile actor is not a man to be crossed. Just ask the crew of Terminator: Salvation.
Bale was secretly recorded unloading a WHOPPER of a meltdown after a crew member distracted him during a scene. The expletive-ridden tantrum promptly went viral.
Another star with a reputation as a headache on and off set is Transformers star Shia LaBeouf.
Not only have several former girlfriends come forward about his abusive traits, but he also has a reputation for being awful on set.
Chevy Chase may seem like the friendly, lovable, funny dude on tv, but the reality paints a very different picture.
So much so that he was permanently banned from appearing on Saturday Night Live – the show that made him.
DeGeneres is vastly carving out a reputation for herself as a bully.
Her “mean streak” is reportedly very well known in Tinseltown, which all but exploded in 2020 when details of her behavior were leaked online.
The lovable, cuddly Brit is one of showbiz’s most notorious a**holes.
This all came to a head when Corden was criticized online by the owner of Balthazar restaurant in New York for his treatment of a waiter, which resulted in a restaurant ban.
Murray may be funny, kooky, and down-to-earth, but his work attitude leaves much to be desired.
Lucy Liu can vouch. The pair had a legendary tiff on the set of Charlie’s Angels after Murray reportedly accused her of being a bad actor.
The Grey’s Anatomy star is perhaps the first real example of cancel culture rearing its ugly head.
Heigl has a reputation for criticizing projects she stars in, which has rubbed much of Hollywood incorrectly.
You know it’s terrible when people call you “Captain J**k” instead of Captain Kirk.
Shatner is known for his less-than-charming behavior with fans and co-stars at conventions.
Lovable goofball? Not so much….
Braff has a rep for on-set demands rivaling Mariah Carey, including leaving his coffee outside his dressing room to avoid communicating with anyone.
Another Hollywood sweetheart whose treatment of fans has forever tarnished her “good girl” image.
Bullock famously screamed at an army veteran who used a wheelchair when he asked for her autograph.
Reportedly, Myers’s diva-ish behavior caused the first Shrek movie to be re-made because he decided the lovable ogre should have a Scottish accent.
And what Mike says, goes!
As well as coming under fire for his adulterous ways in 2022, the Maroon 5 frontman also has an unpleasant fan rule.
The star allegedly doesn’t sign autographs for “ugly chicks.”
During her interviews, J-Law may seem like the fun-loving girl next door, but fans feel somewhat differently.
The Hunger Games star admits to being mean to fans to “protect herself.”
Tobey Maguire once tried to make a cocktail waitress “bark like a seal wanting a fish” to receive a tip.
If that’s not d*****bag behavior, we don’t know what is!
The Glee queen has an ever-growing reputation as being a bully to co-stars.
Many former colleagues have come forward about Michele, including Samantha Ware, who accused the star of “making her life a living hell.”
As well as her iconic voice, Xtina is known for diva antics, bad behavior, and famous feuds.
She reportedly “punched” singer Pink in a nightclub for no reason and makes little effort with interviewers or fans.
Last but not least is our kooky friend, Nic Cage.
This guy’s ego is so big that when he was featured on a talk show in the early 90s, he threw dollar bills at the crowd and underwent a series of baffling macho karate moves.