Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio have turned into each other's 'competitors' after sharing the screen in Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood.

As reported by In Touch Weekly, the two megastars of the entertainment industry "have zero plans to work together again and see Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood as a one-off."  

The source claimed that Brad and Leonardo have been going after the same scripts, directors and investments. 

An insider shared, "...Brad’s Plan B has seen a massive influx of investment that hasn’t materialized for Leo’s company, Appian Way, just yet. He’s working toward that and deserves that kind of windfall, but he hasn’t sealed a deal yet."

The report revealed that the Fight Club actor has been continuing to be the favourite of the "big directors" including Quentin Tarantino. 

"Yes, Leo can do anything with Scorsese, but how many movies does he have left? And it’s become very clear that Quentin Tarantino prefers to work with Brad over Leo. Quentin and Brad just get along on a different level," an insider said.

Moreover, the Bullet Train actor has "monopolized" his relationship with renowned director David Fincher, leaving Leo with "no chance" to work with the filmmaker.