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Making a movie or TV show is only possible with a coordinated effort from people working together, and sometimes a clash of personalities threatens to undo the whole production. Problems between equipment and people affect even the greatest comedies ever made. And also Cop Out. 

BEHIND-THE-SCENES FACTS BILL MURRAY TOOK TO BEING HIS ANNOYING CHARACTER IN WHAT ABOUT BOB? A LITTLE TOO WELL. CRACKED.COM Murray went method with his character Bob Wiley in the film, seeking out ways to anger co-star Richard Dreyfuss, in- cluding yelling that everyone hated him and merely tolerated his presence. He also playfully shoved producer Laura Ziskin into a lake.

Source: EW

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