Shia LaBeouf and Alex Baldwin are having a beef with one another, although most reports are at odds as to why they are having a spat.
However, late night TV host David Letterman interviewed LaBeouf on his show recently and was able to get the Hollywood actor to finally explain what's going on between the two.
LaBeouf, who has starred in a string of blockbuster movies such as Transformers and Indiana Jones, but more recently signed up to feature on a Broadway show. LaBeouf was scheduled to feature in a play called "Orphans" and star opposite Alec Baldwin.
However, according to reports he and the show parted ways even before the show's opening night.
Now it appears that LaBeouf has confirmed that it was his relationship with Baldwin that ended up in him parting ways with the production. He explained that he and the 30 Rock star just could not get along and that there were unrelenting tensions between the two at rehearsals.
However, LaBeouf appears to want to let water remain under the bridge, and he explained to Letterman - who is a well known friend of Alec Baldwin's - that even though he and his co-star could not get along, that Baldwin was a good guy and he had nothing bad to say publicly about him.
He admitted that he and Baldwin were both very passionate and impulsive people, and that was basically the cause of the tensions between the two, and not necessarily any specific conflict between the two.
He also admitted that no physical violence was displayed by either of them, but that any kind of reunion in the future to work together could be quite difficult given what had happened.
Here is a video of the interview between David Letterman and Shia LaBeouf: