Sometimes it's not all that easy to be a superstar and have to sit through hours of promo for long periods of time, and sometimes it's not all that easy to get these celebrities to open up. Questions are sometimes inflammatory, arising in some angry parties and a lot of entertainment on YouTube the next day. Quentin Tarantino is often the subject of extremely uncomfortable interview sessions and it's no different with 'The Hateful Eight', but here's some of the most awkward interviews from TV history.

Quentin TarantinoRemember Tarantino's painful Channel 4 interview?

Quentin Tarantino: 'I'm shutting your butt down!'
We might as well start with Tarantino, however. When controversial Channel 4 reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy asked him to speak about violence in his 2013 movie 'Django Unchained', he wasn't having any of it. It was a touchy subject that he'd talked about many times before, so it was no wonder he didn't want to repeat himself. Guru-Murthy is also known to have irked a number of other celebrities including Robert Downey Jr..

R. Kelly: 'I'm gonna walk out, and I'm gonna go to McDonalds'
Most recently, R.Kelly found himself in a tricky situation while promoting his new album 'The Buffet' in an interview with Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani from HuffPost Live. He wasn't happy when she confonted him about the rape allegations against him over ten years ago and eventually walked out of the room, despite Caroline trying to change the line of questioning.

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Charlie Sheen: 'I'm Bi-Winning'
Probably one of the most famously uncomfortable interviews in history was Charlie Sheen's ABC News broadcast following his departure from 'Two And A Half Men' in 2011. He was candid about his drug use, claiming that it was his 'tiger blood' that keeps him alive, and he insisted that he wasn't bipolar as some people have suggested, but bi-winning.

Amy Schumer: 'That's a rude question'
Everything seemed to be going so well in this comedienne's promo for 'Trainwreck', but that was before she took serious issue with Melbourne's KIIS 101.1 radio presenter Matt Tilley calling her character 'skanky' - especially since she had just been talking about how autobiographical the movie is. 'What made you think about your mom?' Was her awesome, if kind of childish, response.

Tom Hardy: 'No.'
The 'Mad Max: Fury Road' actor is a smart guy with principles, and it didn't take much for him to shut down a reporter at a press conference for the movie when he was asked if he wondered why there were so many women in the script. 'No. Not for one minute. That's kind of obvious', he retorted, clearly a little bemused.

Samuel L. Jackson: 'I am not Laurence Fishburne!'
Sometimes an interviewer can make such a mistake that's it's almost impossible to come back from - especially if there's a racial undertone. Jackson was left confused when an LA news anchor asked about his Superbowl Commercial and it took him a minute to realise that he had him confused with another black actor named Laurence Fishburne. 'We don't all look alike!' He exclaimed.

Cara Delevingne: 'I think it's just you'
This British model turned actress was subjected to a brutal bashing of her attitude in an interview on 'Good Day Sacramento' to promote 'Paper Towns'. It was clear that she was unfamiliar with doing an interview where she wasn't facing the people asking the questions, and so wasn't as wordy as they wanted her to be. It wasn't helped by the fact that they called her 'Carla' and asked rather inane questions such as: 'Did you read the book?', to which she replied sarcastically 'No... I just winged it'.

Daniel Craig: 'I think you need to move on'
When an interviewer is too giddy and insistent with an actor who is having to do several long sessions in a row, you can't expect them to stay enthusiastic. When one reporter tried to insist that the 'Spectre' actor do a 'Daniel Craig pout', he politely declined - twice. 'I think you need to move on', he said. It was polite enough, but still pretty awkward.

Jesse Eisenberg: 'You're the Carrot Top of interviewers'
The 'Now You See Me' star was just plain mean to the young presenter of 'Say My Name with Romina'. After mocking her for calling Morgan Freeman by his last name and for having notes written on her hand, he called her the 'Carrot Top of interviewers'. On the other hand, he didn't seem massively cold towards her and she stayed cool as a cucumber, so it was probably all in jest.