Burt Reynolds has said he’ll never work with director Paul Thomas Anderson again, after his experience filming Boogie Nights. Reynolds starred in the 1997 film as Jack Horner and even won and Oscar nomination for his performance, but the actor says he and the director ‘didn’t fit’ personality wise.

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“Personality-wise, we didn't fit,” Reynolds told GQ. “I think mostly because he was young and full of himself. Every shot we did, it was like the first time [that shot had ever been done].”

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“I remember the first shot we did in Boogie Nights, where I drive the car to Grauman's Theater. After he said, "Isn't that amazing?" And I named five pictures that had the same kind of shot. It wasn't original. But if you have to steal, steal from the best.”

But as for which directors Reynolds would like to work with, the 79-year-old named Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie. "I'd like to work with Clint again. And Angelina Jolie. I think she's a great director. She has what her father has. Talent. And charisma. She always has.”

Reynolds also gave his opinion on Donald Trump, saying he’s not sure that his business talents will translate to running the country. "I like [Trump]. He's a good guy,” he said.

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“I just don't know how he'd deal with Russia and other countries. To be successful in business you have to be ruthless. But when running a country and dealing with other countries, ruthlessness doesn't work all the time."