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However, fans were quick to praise and commend both of their performances in the series.Considering that in real life they hated each other's guts, the two appeared really in love and had great chemistry onscreen as they played the lovers Elena and Stefan.
“I think the point that Nina was making, and I’ll totally back her up on this, is that we totally clashed [the] first couple years in terms of just getting on each other’s nerves, and then developed this wonderful friendship,” he said, according to But of course, it took Wesley and Dobrev a while to get to the place they’re at now.
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.
This was apparently because of the oozing chemistry between the two.
She elaborates and reflects on how that experience has made her realize that there is actually a very thin line between love and hate.
You’re like, ‘Oh, you know, I’m exhausted and tired.’ And I think now, it’s such a nice sort of story because we’re such good friends now,” he said.
Overall, Wesley said he learned an important lesson, which is that your opinions of people can completely change over time — so much so that he and Dobrev now “hang out all the time” and he texts her “at least once a week.” “I think it was a cool lesson to learn.
"We ended up getting to a good place and it was fine," she said.
"Of everyone, I think I probably see him the most and hang out with him the most.
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.
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.