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She added that she did "respect the camaraderie they had", which she said was also apparent on screen. In a new interview with Vulture, Turner discussed her decades-long career, hard co-stars, Hollywood's ongoing issues with sexism, and...

In an interview published on Tuesday on Vulture, the storied actress held absolutely nothing back when talking about everything from celebrities she doesn't like to handshakes that made her cringe to the rage she feels on a daily basis. Eventually, the cast and crew became very hostile because each member took a different side.

After the release of the 1981 film "Body Heat", Turner had all eyes on her - including those belonging to Michael Douglas, Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson.

Despite her negative comments, the Oscar victor, who is also an acting teacher, insisted she respected the main cast for maintaining a close relationship both on and off screen during the show's production. "I'm not convinced Burt was".

She also said Nicolas Cage was "very difficult" on the set of "Peggy Sue Got Married", which was directed by the actor's uncle, Francis Ford Coppola.

"But the best thing about me is if an alcoholic comes up to me and says: 'Can you help me stop drinking?' I can say, 'Yes'".

Turner has had plenty of other bad experiences with actors, by her account.

She recalls how that manifested itself while shooting one episode in particular.

"I was doing a play - there was a scene where another actor was all over my character and f***in' bit me, and I was like, Whack!".

Speaking to NY magazine, Turner described how Trump greeted her.

She then continued, "He goes to shake your hand and with his index finger kind of rubs the inside of your wrist. You pull your hand away and go yuck".

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