Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio are the best of buds.
The two starred together in 2019’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” — their first movie together — and they clearly enjoyed working with one another.
At the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Pitt, 56, spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the camaraderie between himself and his 45-year-old co-star, as well as the nickname DiCaprio gave him.
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“‘Lover,’ he calls me ‘lover,'” Pitt revealed with a shrug. “It’s a bit confusing, but I roll with it.”
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Aside from having nicknames — Pitt shouted out “LDC” in reference to DiCaprio at the Golden Globes following his award win — Pitt said the bond between himself and DiCaprio was “easy.”
“You’ll find, with most of the guys, I would say we’re all pretty much rooting for each other, we all have respect for each other, we all have a good laugh with each other,” noted Pitt. “And it plays. And it’s pretty easy.”
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Pitt won the award for his supporting performance in “Once Upon a Time,” and DiCaprio was nominated for his. Both have also been nominated for Oscars for the same roles.