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Tommy Lee Jones Told This Co-Star He 'Hated' Him to His Face

By Lia Beck of Best Life | Slide 1 of 6: Not all co-workers get along, but whatever the disagreement is usually doesn't lead to one person telling the other that they hate them in a restaurant. Unfortunately for Jim Carrey, he says that's exactly what happened when he worked with Tommy Lee Jones on Batman Forever. In the 1995 movie, Carrey and Jones both played villains—Riddler and Two-Face, respectively—while Val Kilmer played Batman. Behind the scenes, though, their issues weren't with the caped crusader, but with each other.Jones hasn't spoken out about any tensions with Carrey, but Carrey has, and the movie's director, Joel Schumacher, has also commented on the situation. Read on to see what they had to say about this on-set super-villain feud.RELATED: Tom Hanks' Decades-Long Feud With This Star Is "Painful," Friend Says.Read the original article on Best Life.

Tommy Lee Jones Told This Co-Star He 'Hated' Him to His Face

Not all co-workers get along, but whatever the disagreement is usually doesn't lead to one person telling the other that they hate them in a restaurant. Unfortunately for Jim Carrey, he says that's exactly what happened when he worked with Tommy Lee Jones on Batman Forever. In the 1995 movie, Carrey and Jones both played villains—Riddler and Two-Face, respectively—while Val Kilmer played Batman. Behind the scenes, though, their issues weren't with the caped crusader, but with each other.

Jones hasn't spoken out about any tensions with Carrey, but Carrey has, and the movie's director, Joel Schumacher, has also commented on the situation. Read on to see what they had to say about this on-set super-villain feud.

RELATED: Tom Hanks' Decades-Long Feud With This Star Is "Painful," Friend Says.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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