Don't look for any movie reunion between Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise any time soon. Heck, I don't think they will even bother to pretend to be nice to each other after Brad's most recent comments about Valkyrie which starred Tom Cruise. In an interview with German magazine Stern, Brad called Valkyrie, “a ridiculous movie.”
Apparently in Brad's mind, Inglorious Basterds is the be all and end all of Nazi movies. “The second World War could still deliver more stories and films, but I believe that Quentin [Tarantino, director] put a cover on that pot. With Basterds, everything than can be said to this genre has been said. The film destroys every symbol. The work is done, end of story.”
I for one will be glad when I don't have to write about this movie any longer. It is nothing against the movie, but it has got to be the biggest pain to type. The only thing that compares is remembering how each celebrity Courtney spells their name. Who knew the there could be so many variations.
As for throwing Tom and his movie under the bus, I think he should go back and forth a few times.