Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train co-star recently revealed that the actor has a long list of people that he vows never to work with again. The names of the people on the list have not been revealed, but one tabloid claims to know all the details.

According to Woman’s Day, Pitt refused to work with the likes of Harrison Ford, Leonardo Caprio, Tom Cruise, Rose Byrne, Michael Douglas, and more. And there are different reasons why this is the case.

A source claimed that Pitt and Ford had a falling out after they starred in The Devil’s Own and they have not repaired their relationship. So, it’s unlikely for the dad of six to ever work with Ford.

The insider also claimed that DiCaprio refused to work with Pitt because the latter stole the limelight from him when they starred in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

However, it’s obvious that DiCaprio’s joke was taken out of context because it was evident that he didn’t really mean any harm. Still, the tabloid insisted that DiCaprio and Pitt refused to work with each other because of their inflated egos.

“For decades, the pair have avoided sharing any limelight together,” the source said.

Yet again, the tabloid also took Pitt’s words out of context when he talked about Cruise years ago.

In 1994, Angelina Jolie’s ex-husband responded to the rumors that he and Cruise clashed on the set of Interview With the Vampire.

“You got to understand Tom and I are… we walk in different directions. He’s the North Pole. I’m South,” he said.

Pitt also allegedly vowed never to work with Douglas again after the latter made a comment about his previous relationship.

“I don’t know about Brad Pitt leaving that beautiful wife to go hold orphans for Angelina,” Douglas allegedly said.

However, the veteran actor reportedly claimed that he was misquoted. Still, Pitt never forgave him.

As of late, the names on Pitt’s alleged list have not been released to the public. So, all the people mentioned by the tabloid are not necessarily part of the said list.

Instead, they are celebrities who have made some comments about Pitt but they’re not necessarily on negative terms.

It’s obvious that the tabloid is just preying on the recent reports for clickbait.