Nick Nolte Opens Up About Rumored Julia Roberts Feud When She Called It ‘Completely Disgusting’ E! News UK

‘I Love Trouble’ stars Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte had some real trouble backstage, with the two seemingly lacking chemistry on set.

While filming the 1994 romantic comedy, Roberts reportedly called Nolte “completely disgusting” during an interview.

“From the moment I met him, we kind of gave each other a hard time, and naturally we get on each other’s nerves,” Roberts said, according to The New York Times.

“[While he can be] completely charming and very nice, he is also completely disgusting. He’s going to hate me for saying that, but he seems to go out of his way to push people away. It’s a kick.”

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‘I Love Trouble’ stars Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte struggled backstage with the two seemingly lacking chemistry on set.
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Nolte then hit back at the ‘Pretty Woman’ star, telling the Los Angeles Times, “It’s not right to call someone ‘disgusting’.

Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts side by side in a scene from the 1994 film “I Love Trouble”.
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“But he’s not a nice person. Everyone knows that,” Nolte remarked.

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During the filming of the 1994 romantic comedy "I like problems" Julia Roberts reportedly called Nick Nolte "completely disgusting" in an interview.

While filming the 1994 romantic comedy “I Love Trouble,” Julia Roberts reportedly called Nick Nolte “completely disgusting” during an interview.
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Nearly 30 years after ‘I Love Trouble’ was released, the actor admits he hasn’t spoken to Roberts since production wrapped. However, Nolte says there is no animosity between the two.

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When asked if he and Roberts had “buried the hatchet,” Nolte told Insider that he hadn’t reached out to her, but “she’s buried.”

During the recent interview for his role in the movie “Rittenhouse Square,” he discussed the off-screen drama between him and Roberts.

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“I mean, it was absurd what we went through. It was partly my fault and partly his,” Nolte explained. “Julia got married at the start of this movie, and it was one of those things that I just approached wrong.”

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Nick Nolte Opens Up About Rumored Julia Roberts Feud When She Called It ‘Completely Disgusting’ E! News UK