These onscreen pairings were more doomed than Romeo and Juliet.
It was recently announced that Cuba Gooding, Jr. has been cast as OJ Simpson in a miniseries by Ryan Murphy. Sarah Paulson is going to star as prosecutor Marcia Clark, and that the series is going to be like American Horror Story, except with true crimes instead of fictionalized horror. So, you know, super sleazy.
OJ Simpson is a real person who was tried and found not guilty of the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown. Nicole Brown has not been cast yet, but it's likely that some poor desperate actress will have to take the role, at least in some capacity. That's going to be weird, and I'd say there's a good chance of fictionalized scenes portraying OJ and Nicole's relationship being included in the show. If that happens, that will make them the creepiest couple of any TV show or movie, ever. Or, depending on how accurate or sleazy the show tries to be, maybe OJ and Clark will end up together? Scandalous!
Either way, there's going to be new creepy couple on TV! Here are 10 of the worst couples ever, soon to be joined by Cuba and whoever they cast as Nicole!
Anakin and Padme From Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith
This couple was so bad that they ruined Star Wars. Star Wars was great, then these two knuckleheads got involved and now Star Wars is lame. Thanks a lot, jerks.
Chucky and Tiffany From Bride Of Chucky
These two can't even make it through an entire movie without breaking up and then trying to kill each other. When they're not fighting, they're killing other people. It's just a bad relationship.
Batman and Catwoman From The Dark Knight Rises
Sure, Batman and Catwoman are super attracted to each other. They also have similar lifestyles. The problem is that one is a crime fighter and the other is a criminal. He's all like, "I will never kill anyone," and she's like "I kill or try to kill people constantly."
Donnie Darko and Gretchen From Donnie Darko
This relationship only existed in a fake universe. I think. The only way for them to be together was for the world to end, or something. I don't know, this was a confusing movie. I just know that these two really weren't meant for each other. If your relationship requires armageddon to work out, for God's sake, move on.
Nick and Amy Dunne From Gone Girl
This couple is either lying to each other, or lying to the police, or trying to murder on or the other. It's super messed up. I don't want to spoil the movie, but they'd both be better off just moving on.
Kyle Reese and Sarah Connor From Terminator
He was sent back in time to protect her from a killer robot. They ended up hooking up, but only because her future son spent his life convincing Kyle that Sarah was super hot and that she totally bang her. Gross.
Mickey and Mallory Knox From Natural Born Killers
If the only way a couple can work is by slaughtering people, then maybe they just shouldn't date and should get professional help instead. Also, if they do get arrested and imprisoned, don't put them in the same prison. Just in case.
Danny Ocean and Tess From Ocean's Eleven
She dumped him because it turned out he was a professional thief, and she wasn't aware. He also spent a bunch of time in prison. Then he robbed a casino to prove his love for her, which she ended up being okay with? Yeah, that's not how relationships are supposed to work.
Sidney and Billy From Scream
The main characters of the first Scream movie had some real problems. First, her mom slept with his dad. Then Billy murdered Sidney's mom, because he was mad. Then he killed a bunch of her friends and tried to kill her. It's probably best it didn't work out, because that's not the basis for a healthy relationship.
Edward Cullen and Bella Swan From Twilight
Bella Swan and Edward Cullen met when he saw her and thought, "I want to drag her into the woods and drink her blood!" and she thought "Hey, he's cute." He's also something like a century older than she is. It doesn't get creepier than this.
Michael and Kay Corleone from The Godfather series
These two started off in a good place, but once Michael fell into the life they were doomed. Kay might have tried to be supportive once she started, but grew more and more resentful of the dangerous life her husband led. There was just no way for this marriage to be saved.
Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele from Fifty Shades Of Grey
The first installment shows rightfully hesitant Anastasia putting off a binding sex contract with Christian. The fact that he is extra pushy rather than understanding gives major red flags. Also the stalking doesn't do him any favors.
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Daisy and Tom Buchanan from The Great Gatsby
These two are awful people who probably do deserve each other, still we can't help but to include them. All of the cheating, the lies, and murder really make these two despicable. Do they even truly love each other? Who knows!
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Chuck & Larry from I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry
These two are great friends that obviously will go to the end of the Earth for each other. But do they make a good couple? No.
Vincent & Mary from The Godfather Part III
You are freaking cousins! There is no other reason needed for why this made the list.
Pat and Tiffany from Silver Linings Playbook
We want these two to be good together, but let's face facts. Both of these characters are so unstable on their own. Is mixing both of their crazy together a good idea? We think not!
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Ben and Alison from Knocked Up
Ideally you would fall in love with your baby daddy even if you accidently got pregnant after an one-night stand, but these two are such polar opposites that we couldn't buy the forced chemistry between them.
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Theodore and Samantha from Her
You can't fall in love with a computer and stay in love no matter how hard you try. Not in a movie. Not in real life.