20 friends in life, enemies on stage
When we look at 2 enemy characters on the screen, sometimes we forget that they are actually people. Even though it may seem unbelievable, they can even be close friends with each other. Imagine that after a fight scene, they hug as soon as the cameras turn off.
It happened and it happens, only that we, the viewers, find it difficult to look at it with this eye and all the fault seems to be the suggestion (the fact that we are completely involved in the events of the film).
Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston played brothers Loki and Thor, who don't have the best relationship. Although they portray enemy brothers, they enjoyed filming together. In an interview, Hemsworth said, "You either have chemistry with someone or you don't, and thankfully, we did."
Draco Malfoy, played by Tom Felton, and Ron Weasley, played by Rupert Grint, are probably the most famous pair when it comes to enemies played by people who are actually friends. Their friendship is still as strong as ever, and they joke with each other as if they were still little kids.
Although they played rival characters in Disney's 'High School Musical' series, Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens continued the story off-screen. The two formed a friendship and seem to be closer than ever.
"What I love about her is that she's so talented," Tisdale noted.
Although they portray characters who don't get along, KJ Apa and Charles Melton are the epitome of best friends. The two have such great chemistry that they decided to play together.
The 2 actresses were enemies in the movie 13 Going on 30, however, they are very close in real life. Both remember today how difficult they found the scenes where they had to attack and insult each other.
The two have been friends for 50 years, which is definitely not something you see every day. Although they are friends, they starred as enemies in the movie Body Heat.
Although their characters don't get along, Reinhart and Petsch are close, even close enough to call each other 'best friends'.
The X-Men actors have known each other since the 1970s. So strong was their friendship that in 2013, Ian McKellen officiated at Patrick Stewart's wedding.
The 2 British actors are often compared, to which McKellen replied: 'We're the same actor, really. We have had the same career. So we are peers. We are equal. We are not rivals."
Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart both starred in Snow White And The Huntsman, portraying rival characters. The story of their friendship is quite funny. They met for the first time on a flight and it took them 5 minutes to become friends.
Glenn Close and Michael Douglas in Fatal Attraction weren't exactly friends. However, the actors themselves are.