Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf and Scott Eastwood are just three of the Hollywood hunks starring in the upcoming action flick Fury, and preparations for the actor's role led to one very sexy camping trip.
An insider revealed that before Pitt, LaBeouf and Eastwood began shooting for the war movie in the English countryside, they were "ordered to go camping together" in a desolate forest without any technology. "They play soldiers in the same World War II troop, and the director [David Ayer] wanted to make sure they bonded," a source said. "So he dropped them in the wilderness — without their cell phones!"
While Clint Eastwood's son Scott skipped the outdoor adventure, Pitt and LaBeouf were joined by their other co-stars, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal and Kevin Vance. According to the insider, the A-list actors spent several days in the remote location, and were forced to forage for their own food. Adding insult to injury, the European climate had night-time temperatures dropping below 50 degrees.
"They must have gotten pretty cozy in the tents they were sharing," the source added. While Pitt and LaBeouf may have been caught off guard by the impromptu camping trip, they likely weren't too surprised given the director's insistence on real-life training. In fact, in July Pitt and LaBeouf were submersed into the warzone world when they visited the National Training Center to prep for the roles.
"It was a unit-sponsored event with just a small group of soldiers in the field," a spokesman at the facility said. "They talked about the mission of the NTC, what those particular soldiers do, and the soldiers' experience and background. There was on official meet-and-greet." Photos of Pitt and LaBeouf posing in front of a military tank certainly looked serious, but it was another Fury co-star who stole the spotlight for posing in front of heavy equipment.
On Tuesday, Hollywood heartthrob Scott Eastwood shared a super sexy pic flexing his impressive models and abs in front of an army tank. "Trying to out-flex the tank," Eastwood wrote. "Not working."