Tell us how you really feel Cloones! While he may be one of the most beloved stars in Hollywood -- George Clooney doesn't always love all his fellow Hollywood actors.
In a recent interview with Esquire interview, the Oscar winner revealed that he had some issues with fellow A-listers Russell Crow and Leonardo Dicaprio. Apparently all of film's leading men are not BFFs with each other. Too bad. We really like the image of every Oscar-nominated hunk from the past decade all partying down together in a weekly brodeo (that's slang for bro-rodeo, you're welcome).
In the candid interview, the 52-year-old actor/director/eternal heartthrob rehashed a feud that he had had with notoriously hot-headed actor Russell Crowe, in which the Aussie eventually apologized by sending him a book of poetry. Clooney admitted, "The truth is that [Russell Crowe] did send me a book of poems to apologize for insulting the s*** out of me, which he did."
The hubbub started when Russell was quoted as saying that George, along with Harrison Ford and Robert Deniro, were "sellouts."
George continued, "And that's when he really went off on me. 'Who the f*ck does this guy think he is? He's a Frank Sinatra wannabe.' He really went after me."
George then admitted that Russell attempted by claiming he was misquoted, however, it seemed like the Ocean's 11 actor wasn't buying it. "I think he said 'I was misquoted' and I was like, "Yeah, yeah. Whatever,'" said George.
The salt-and-pepper actor also dished about actor Leonardo DiCaprio and his notorious entourage. George said that he and Leo had struck up a friendship and ended up deciding to play a game of basketball together. However Leonardo's overbearing posse spoiled the game by becoming rowdy, talkin' big and even threatening to "kick ass" during the game -- which is apparently something that did not happen since George ended up beating them 11-0.
"And the discrepancy between their game and how they talked about their game made me think of how important it is to have someone in your life to tell you what's what," said George. "I'm not sure if Leo has someone like that."
Luckily Georgeyboy does have someone like that -- longtime friend, Brad Pitt.
George complemented Brad for "carrying" his film World War Z to the "finish line" despite grueling and costly re-shoots. Evidently, after Brad admitted to George that re-shoots were going to "kill" him, the dashing duo met up in London to "drank a lot of vodka." That's what friends are for!