Brad Pitt and 'Fury' co-star Shia LaBeouf were ordered to go camping by the film's director David Ayer recently, in order to develop a bond.
The 'World War Z' hunk is currently in Buckinghamshire in England to shoot his new World War II movie 'Fury', and director David Ayer ordered the all-male cast - who play a close-knit troop of soldiers - to forage in a nearby forest for two days earlier this month in a bonding exercise.
A source told UsMagazine.com: ''They play soldiers in the same World War II troop and the director wanted to make sure they bonded. So he dropped them in the wilderness -- without their cellphones!''
Clint Eastwood's son Scott, 27, rounds out the cast but wasn't part of the camping trip.
The new pals were ''ordered'' to camp for a few days to develop chemistry on and off screen and even had to resort to hunting for their own food.
The source added: ''They must have gotten pretty cosy in the tents they were sharing.''
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