Brad Pitt just revealed the one rule the cast had to follow on the Once Upon a Time In Hollywood set

Wait, what?

Wait, what?

Brad Pitt is one of the most talked-about people in the world, and from his high profile (and very long) divorce from Angelina Jolie to his now friendship with Jennifer Aniston, he never fails to make viral news.

But it wasn’t the 55-year-old's love life that got the world talking about him this week, but instead his upcoming film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

The Quentin Tarantino drama (and its all-star cast) is making non-stop headline news, from Leonardo DiCaprio getting teased by Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt on the controversial Titanic ending to the uncomfortable reports that Leo had a ‘no eye contact’ policy on set.

It was a different policy however that made news this week, with Brad Pitt revealing the one rule that the cast had to follow on the OUATIH set.

The rule in question? Not interrupting a story.

Yes, really.

‘The whole experience with Quentin is pretty light, because most of the time we were telling stories,’ he explained. ‘He’s telling stories, we're telling stories and we do not interrupt a story for a take - we'll get to the take, but the story comes first!’

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood comes to UK cinemas on 15 August.

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