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25th Sep '16 4:56:07 PM nombretomado
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** As for Jeffrey Katzenberg, the desire to try to make DarkerAndEdgier Disney fare after he misstepped in such waters with ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' in 1985 helped lead to him leaving Disney himself; DreamWorks's earlier films were somewhat darker and more Fanservice-heavy than Disney's films at the time(ironically, Katzenberg was the third Disney supremo who tried to push for dark Disney after his predecessor Ron Miller and Walt himself before both of them; the [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs first]] [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} five]] [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Disney]] [[Disney/{{Dumbo}} Animated]] [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Classics]] and ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' had some dark material in them).

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** As for Jeffrey Katzenberg, the desire to try to make DarkerAndEdgier Disney fare after he misstepped in such waters with ''Disney/TheBlackCauldron'' in 1985 helped lead to him leaving Disney himself; DreamWorks's [=DreamWorks=]'s earlier films were somewhat darker and more Fanservice-heavy than Disney's films at the time(ironically, Katzenberg was the third Disney supremo who tried to push for dark Disney after his predecessor Ron Miller and Walt himself before both of them; the [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs first]] [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} five]] [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Disney]] [[Disney/{{Dumbo}} Animated]] [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Classics]] and ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' had some dark material in them).
19th Sep '16 10:23:05 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* A source of contention between some fans (and ex-fans) of ''Webcomic/MegaTokyo'' is the "creative differences" that led to the break-up between the artist (and current writer) Fred Gallagher and former writer Rodney Caston, ultimately resulting in the comic's turn from straight comedy to dramedy. It is telling that the last comic Rodney wrote before Fred took over pretty much predicted ''exactly'' how the comic under Fred would be... kinda like a DatingSim.
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* A source of contention between some fans (and ex-fans) of ''Webcomic/MegaTokyo'' is the "creative differences" that led to the break-up between the artist (and current writer) Fred Gallagher and former writer Rodney Caston, ultimately resulting in the comic's turn from straight comedy to dramedy. It is telling that the last comic Rodney wrote before Fred took over pretty much predicted ''exactly'' how the comic under Fred would be... kinda like a DatingSim.
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18th Aug '16 5:00:55 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* Al Pacino's voice work was left out of ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe2'' due to this, despite him playing the lead villain, the role already completely finished and animated, and the film only a month from release, too late to remove Pacino's name from all the trailers. The producers granted Pacino's request to be removed from the project after both sides were not on the same page regarding his performance; Benjamin Bratt was brought in to re-dub the role in time to finish the film.

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* Al Pacino's Creator/AlPacino's voice work was left out of ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe2'' due to this, despite him playing the lead villain, the role already completely finished and animated, and the film only a month from release, too late to remove Pacino's name from all the trailers. The producers granted Pacino's request to be removed from the project after both sides were not on the same page regarding his performance; Benjamin Bratt was brought in to re-dub the role in time to finish the film.



* Creator/DavidLean and producer Sam Spiegel had different ideas as to what ''Film/TheBridgeOnTheRiverKwai'' should focus on. Lean was more interested in the POW aspect, while Spiegel was more interested in the commando raid. The film is a compromise of both approaches.
** Lean had a lengthy row with Creator/AlecGuinness over how to play Col. Nicholson - Guinness wanted to play the part with a sense of humour and sympathy, while Lean thought Nicholson should be "a bore."
* Creator/AlfredHitchcock fell out with his longtime composer Music/BernardHerrmann on ''Film/TornCurtain''. Hitchcock and Universal wanted an upbeat pop/jazz score for the film, as opposed to Herrmann's typical style. Herrmann's revised score was rejected and Herrmann quit the film.
* Creator/HenryFonda and Creator/JohnFord actually came to blows over this while making ''Film/MisterRoberts''. Fonda had been in the play and disagreed with Ford's approach. They got into a heated argument that resulted in Ford punching Fonda. As a result Ford was replaced and the two never worked together again.



** During TroubledProduction of "Nightmare on Eden", the entire cast and crew had it in for the director Alan Bromly, an ageing director pulled out of returement, unused to modern production schedules and values and with a very authoritarian attitude. This especially inflamed Tom Baker, who had been [[WagTheDirector Wagging The Director]] frequently and who felt he was best when he could ThrowItIn and [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny do unscripted business]]. Seeing Bromly as incompetent, Baker took rather sadistic pleasure using his acerbic wit to bully and humiliate him in front of the crew, eroding his authority further, and their animosity eventually culminated in a screaming match between them in the BBC corridors which producer Graham Williams had to intervene in. The chaos had sent recording well behind schedule and Bromly was decided to have been responsible. Bromly quit, citing creative differences with Baker, and Williams, who had become sick of Baker's difficult personality already, announced his intention to quit at the end of the season also because of creative differences with Baker. Williams' replacement was John Nathan-Turner, who Baker hated, and who wanted a new Doctor to leave his stamp on the show - so Baker eventually left the role stating he felt he had no further to go with his character and citing creative differences with Nathan-Turner.

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** During the TroubledProduction of "Nightmare on Eden", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E4NightmareOfEden Nightmare of Eden]]", the entire cast and crew had it in for the director Alan Bromly, an ageing director pulled out of returement, retirement, unused to modern production schedules and values and with a very authoritarian attitude. This especially inflamed Tom Baker, Creator/TomBaker, who had been [[WagTheDirector Wagging The Director]] frequently and who felt he was best when he could ThrowItIn and [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny do unscripted business]]. Seeing Bromly as incompetent, Baker took rather sadistic pleasure using his acerbic wit to bully and humiliate him in front of the crew, eroding his authority further, and their animosity eventually culminated in a screaming match between them in the BBC corridors which producer Graham Williams had to intervene in. The chaos had sent recording well behind schedule and Bromly was decided to have been responsible. Bromly quit, citing creative differences with Baker, and Williams, who had become sick of Baker's difficult personality already, announced his intention to quit at the end of the season also because of creative differences with Baker. Williams' replacement was John Nathan-Turner, Creator/JohnNathanTurner, who Baker hated, and who wanted a new Doctor to leave his stamp on the show - so Baker eventually left the role stating he felt he had no further to go with his character and citing creative differences with Nathan-Turner.Nathan-Turner.
** On "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E4StateOfDecay State of Decay]]", writer Creator/TerranceDicks and director Peter Moffatt clashed with script editor Christopher H. Bidmead. They were in favour of a HammerHorror approach, which he didn't think was the style that he wanted for the series.
1st Aug '16 1:56:32 AM AlternativeCola
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* This along with constant ExecutiveMeddling is what led to Creator/EdgarWright to leave ''Film/AntMan'' just a few months before filming was set to begin.
19th Jul '16 2:19:46 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* ''Film/TheAvengers2012'': Creator/EdwardNorton was let go early on from playing Bruce Banner despite having played him in [[Film/TheIncredibleHulk the 2008 film]]. When asked why Marvel stated that "[[http://www.avclub.com/article/marvel-kicks-edward-norton-out-of-emthe-avengersem-42993 Our decision is definitely not one based on monetary factors, but instead rooted in the need for an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members]]", which implied Norton was fired for not getting along with the other actors and crew, as well as butting heads with brass over the screenplay (an issue that was prominent when Norton did ''AmericanHistoryX''). Norton's agent disputed this claim, as did Norton (who said he enjoyed the experience but didn't want to lock in the role long-term) but regardless the part was recast with Mark Ruffalo, who acted in the role to widespread acclaim.

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* ''Film/TheAvengers2012'': Creator/EdwardNorton was let go early on from playing Bruce Banner despite having played him in [[Film/TheIncredibleHulk the 2008 film]]. When asked why Marvel stated that "[[http://www.avclub.com/article/marvel-kicks-edward-norton-out-of-emthe-avengersem-42993 Our decision is definitely not one based on monetary factors, but instead rooted in the need for an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members]]", which implied Norton was fired for not getting along with the other actors and crew, as well as butting heads with brass over the screenplay (an issue that was prominent when Norton did ''AmericanHistoryX''). Norton's agent disputed this claim, as did Norton (who said he enjoyed the experience but didn't want to lock in the role long-term) but regardless the part was recast with Mark Ruffalo, Creator/MarkRuffalo, who acted in the role to widespread acclaim.



* ''Film/TheWarriors'' is known for Fox (Thomas Waites) leaving before the end of filming. Suffice to say they [[DroppedaBridgeOnHim dropped him]]... Very painfully

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* ''Film/TheWarriors'' is known for Fox (Thomas Waites) leaving before the end of filming. Suffice to say they [[DroppedaBridgeOnHim dropped him]]... Very painfullypainfully.
* Creator/BillMurray and Creator/HaroldRamis fell out while making ''Film/GroundhogDay'', as they both had different ideas as to how the film should be. Murray felt the film should be more philosophical, while Ramis felt it should be more comedic. This wasn't helped by Murray's divorce. They only reconciled before Ramis' death.
2nd Jul '16 11:41:03 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* This is what turned Alterbeast into a studio project and ruined relations between Andrew Lamb and virtually all of the other personnel (though original vocalist Cam Rogers is still okay with him). A lengthy and somewhat troubled US tour had brought his controlling tendencies to the forefront, and his anger at having to go through what were apparently unpleasant but expected pitfalls of being in a low-level touring act magnified those tendencies. After tensions between him and everyone else (including former drummer and emergency fill-in Gabe Seeber) had reached a boiling point, the band dropped off the tour early, went home, and dissolved almost completely save for Lamb, who turned it into a more-or-less solo project.
21st Jun '16 8:16:22 PM gewunomox
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* The reason why Dennis Stratton was fired from IronMaiden. He was writing songs that Steve Harris felt were too poppy, and when the band rejected them, he left.

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* The reason why Dennis Stratton was fired from IronMaiden.Music/IronMaiden. He was writing songs that Steve Harris felt were too poppy, and when the band rejected them, he left.
18th Jun '16 1:13:05 AM gewunomox
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* This was said to be the reason why Dave Navarro was fired from the RedHotChiliPeppers.

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* This was said to be the reason why Dave Navarro was fired from the RedHotChiliPeppers.Music/RedHotChiliPeppers.
14th Jun '16 5:31:40 AM aishwarya
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* Creator/MichaelRedgrave and Creator/AudieMurphy did not get along on the sets of ''Film/TheQuietAmerican'' (1958), as Redgrave felt that Murphy's acting was wooden and hated his trademark ThousandYardStare. Redgrave was particularly distressed by Murphy's practice of keeping a sidearm available with him at all times in case he ran into "Commies" in Saigon.

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* Creator/MichaelRedgrave and Creator/AudieMurphy did not get along on during the sets filming of ''Film/TheQuietAmerican'' (1958), as Redgrave felt that Murphy's acting was wooden and hated his trademark ThousandYardStare. Redgrave was particularly distressed by Murphy's practice of keeping a sidearm available with him at all times in case he ran into "Commies" in Saigon.
14th Jun '16 5:30:45 AM aishwarya
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* Creator/MichaelRedgrave and Creator/AudieMurphy did not get along on the sets of ''Film/TheQuietAmerican'' (1958), as Redgrave felt that Murphy's acting was wooden. Redgrave was particularly unhappy about Murphy's ThousandYardStare and his habit of keeping a weapon available with him at all times in case they ran into "Commies" in Saigon.
** A factor that probably contributed to the tension was that Redgrave himself was a strong Leftist sympathiser and even had an MI5 file on him, although he was never actually in TheHollywoodBlacklist.

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* Creator/MichaelRedgrave and Creator/AudieMurphy did not get along on the sets of ''Film/TheQuietAmerican'' (1958), as Redgrave felt that Murphy's acting was wooden. wooden and hated his trademark ThousandYardStare. Redgrave was particularly unhappy about distressed by Murphy's ThousandYardStare and his habit practice of keeping a weapon sidearm available with him at all times in case they he ran into "Commies" in Saigon.
** A factor that It probably contributed to the tension was didn't help that Redgrave himself was a strong Leftist sympathiser and even had an MI5 file on him, although he was never actually in TheHollywoodBlacklist.
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