Mar­got Rob­bie and Brad Pitt are shar­ing the sil­ver screen again!

IT’S NO CO­IN­CI­DENCE THAT TH­ESE FOR­MER CO-STARS ARE SHAR­ING THE SIL­VER CREEN ONCE AGAIN!

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They joined forces on set for the se­cond time last year, and it seems co-stars Mar­got Rob­bie and Brad Pitt have formed a very spe­cial bond while work­ing on their new film Once Upon a Time In Hol­ly­wood. ‘Mar­got feels like Brad has been in­cred­i­bly kind and gen­er­ous to­ward her with­out ever want­ing any­thing in re­turn, in­clud­ing ro­mance,’ an in­sider ex­clu­sively tells OK!. ‘He’s been be­yond gen­tle­manly!’

Hav­ing met back in 2015 while work­ing on The Big Short, Brad, 55, has kept tabs on Mar­got, 28, over the years, and the pair jumped at the chance to work to­gether again on Quentin Tarantino’s new film. ‘Brad treats her like a real ac­tress, and re­spects how se­ri­ously she takes the craft,’ tells the in­sider, who adds that the ac­tor has been more than happy to share his Hol­ly­wood ex­pe­ri­ences with the young star. ‘He gave her ad­vice on which pro­duc­ers and direc­tors to avoid, who was se­cretly sex­ist and who would prom­ise some­thing that never came. She felt so lucky to get all this ad­vice.’

De­spite whis­pers that their re­la­tion­ship might be more than pla­tonic, Brad and Mar­got have kept things ex­tremely pro­fes­sional. ‘At first her hus­band Tom was a bit sus­pi­cious, but then all three got to­gether and it was so ob­vi­ous that Brad and Mar­got just have a really great re­la­tion­ship, like Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone,’ tells the source. ‘They want to work to­gether again be­cause they’re so com­fort­able to­gether – al­most like sib­lings!’

The fact that Brad has his very own suc­cess­ful pro­duc­tion com­pany has also been a driv­ing force be­hind their friend­ship, with Mar­got us­ing his abil­ity to jug­gle an act­ing ca­reer with a suc­cess­ful busi­ness as in­spi­ra­tion for her own ven­ture, Luck­y­chap En­ter­tain­ment. ‘The goal would be to even­tu­ally have a very es­tab­lished pro­duc­tion com­pany with a var­ied body of work and hope­fully crit­i­cal ac­claim and pres­tige con­nected to the name,’ Mar­got pre­vi­ously shared of her ca­reer as­pi­ra­tions.

While Mar­got does see Brad as a men­tor, the pair have also formed a more per­sonal bond as well and plan on meet­ing up in the new year. ‘[But they] aren’t telling any­one as they be­lieve the other cast and crew of their lat­est film are spread­ing ro­mance ru­mours about them, which they find up­set­ting!’ ad­mits OK!’ s in­sider.

And with Brad hav­ing ex­pe­ri­enced an in­cred­i­bly tu­mul­tuous year, his friend­ship with Mar­got has proved in­valu­able. ‘Some­times Mar­got is also a shoul­der for Brad to lean on, as he has suf­fered hor­ri­bly dur­ing his divorce and cus­tody bat­tle with ex An­gelina Jolie,’ OK!’ s in­sider re­veals. ‘He has told friends how kind she is and that she also has a bril­liant mind, but peo­ple judge her too much on her looks!’

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