Brad and Shia ditched in wilderness
Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf went on a male-bonding camping trip.
The two actors are currently filming World War Two movie Fury. As part of their training, they were ordered to go camping in a desolate English forest between September 16 and 19.
"They play soldiers in the same World War II troop, and the director [David Ayer] wanted to make sure they bonded," an insider told Us Weekly. “So he dropped them in the wilderness - without their cell phones!"
Brad and Shia were joined by three other male cast members and were forced to forage for food in the Buckinghamshire woods. At night, they had to deal with extremely cold temperatures as they bundled up and tried to stay warm.
"They must have gotten pretty cosy in the tents they were sharing," joked the source.
Fury also stars Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Kevin Vance and Clint Eastwood’s son Scott Eastwood.
While Scott was not one of the camping party, he clearly is at home with the cast and crew. The 27-year-old posted a shirtless Instagram photo of himself standing in front of a tank and flexing his muscles recently.
"Trying to out-flex the tank," he joked in the caption. “Not working."
Scott has made it clear he doesn’t want to be judged by his famous father.
"I like being under the radar. I didn't get into this business to become famous," Scott told New York Post. "I got into this business because I like acting and I want to make movies. I would be happy living the rest of my life never famous."
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