Madonna has ”no chemistry with on screen partners”
According to a study by the Royal Society of Chemistry,
Hollywood couple Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy were the best on-screen lovers, according to a study by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
“Like anything to do with chemistry, it is all about mixing up a cocktail of ingredients to get the right result,” said a society spokesman.
Another real-life couple, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, came second.
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were third in a top ten of top film double-acts which did not include any films from recent years, apart from the Lethal Weapon series.
“With men and women it can be the chemical reaction of love, with pheromones and other hormones being released and the two obviously attracted to each other, which translates well to the audience,” said the Society spokesman.
The society also pointed out several modern film couples whose chemistry just did not gel.
The spokesman added: “People assume on screen chemistry is just two good actors doing their job, but it isn’t as several examples have shown. Just look at Madonna and anyone she has acted with, for instance”.
Source: BBC News