10. Jamie Foxx
This one’s juicy, and honestly, a little catty. When Jamie Foxx was cast opposite Colin Farrell in the 2006 adaptation of Miami Vice, the Ray star demanded that he be paid more than Colin!
There’s a reason why Cersei & Bronn never shared a scene in the HBO series Game of Thrones. That’s because the actors who played them, Lena Headey and Jerome Flynn, used to date!
The Star Wars franchise would have been nothing without Samuel L. Jackson’s stoic and powerful presence throughout. But even a megafan might’ve missed that Jackson insisted that his character’s lightsaber was purple. Can you blame him for wanting to stand out?
7. More Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson later confessed that he was big enough to call directing shots on set: “I’m at that point where I can say: ‘Uh, you know, that’s not going to be in the movie, right? I’m not going to do that,” he said.
6. Robert Downey Jr.
After hours and hours of filming in his thick and heavy Iron Man suit, Robert Downey Jr. had had enough. So he contractually arranged for it to be digitally placed on his body. Thanks, special effects!
5. Eddie Murphy
Few stars ask for as much as the legendary Eddie Murphy. Apparently, the Oscar-nominee demands a new pair of underwear and socks be provided to him every morning. The kicker was that he wants them with the tags on!
4. Arnold Schwarzenegger
Before he became the governator or even a Hollywood actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger was most famous for his all-star bodybuilding. But he may have taken it too far on the set of Terminator 3, where his 33-page contract demanded a gym on set!
3. Wesley Snipes
Wesley Snipes developed a reputation for being intensely anti-social on film sets, but he may have taken it too far while filming the Blade trilogy by refusing to communicate with the director in any way besides Post-It notes!
2. Bruce Willis
In Hollywood, asking for a pay raise is a normal occurrence, especially for the creamiest of the A-list crop. But for The Expendables 3, Bruce Willis took things to another level when he asked for $1 million—per day.
1. Nicolas Cage
He’s a little more eccentric than the likes of George Clooney, but we hope it’s for good reason. While filming 1988’s Vampire Kiss, Nicolas demanded that they only film with live bats! Then again, there's one group that makes movie stars like Cage seem totally grounded...
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