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Dobrev added that most people who actually despise each other end up having really great chemistry on film, and therefore, effectively, act the parts of their characters really flawlessly.The actress also recalls how Wesley had predicted that, one day, they would both overcome and move past their initial distaste for the other. And although Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev's acting was so convincing that it had diehard fans of the series wondering if they were dating in real life, Wesley revealed on Thursday (August 1) that it was actually quite the opposite.As it turns out, the co-stars didn't get along at all for the first several years of filming — something Dobrev opened up about for the first time in a podcast this past June.It’s like the people that kind of maybe you don’t get along with in the beginning later surprise you, and I think a lot of my friendships are like that.” Wesley and Dobrev’s renewed appreciation for one another definitely came as a surprise to them both.On the “Directionally Challenged” podcast in June, Dobrev said, “Paul and I didn’t get along at the beginning of the show.She added that, although she despised her co-actor when they first met, the two managed to keep things professional.Dobrev also said that, even though she despised Wesley, she could not help but respect him, for she thought he was one of the talented and professional actors in the industry.
She says it is common among actors with their onscreen love interest actresses.
She admitted that the animosity between herself and Wesley went on for about six months into filming the series.
The actress recounted how, after filming or when running into fans, she would be constantly asked if she and Wesley were dating, seeing each other, or already in a relationship in real life.
And Wesley believes that much of the reason the two didn’t get along at first was likely because of all the time they spent together.
“I think sometimes when people work together nonstop, do press nonstop for years and years on end, you’re just — you don’t appreciate the person that’s in front of you.