Shia LaBeouf took to Twitter to hit back at Alec Baldwin, after he suggested that his former Orphans co-star was not made for Broadway.
LaBeouf tweeted an e-mail from director Dan Sullivan that implied Baldwin had not rehearsed for the play, the New York Post reported.
In the e-mail, Sullivan wrote that LaBeouf should not be too surprised if Baldwin doesn't look up from his script much for the first few days.
Sullivan said that he suspected that Baldwin is not nearly as prepared as LaBeouf is, which is not at all unusual when actors have a good long rehearsal time like they have.
He wrote that he didn't want that to throw LaBeouf, as he did a reading of another play once with Baldwin and about 10 minutes in he thought that Baldwin will just read it.
The Transformer star also posted an e-mail exchange with Baldwin. After the actor complains that he feels tired, LaBeouf countered that as he is a hustler he doesn't get tired, adding that he is 26.
The war of words erupted late last month after LaBeouf abruptly dropped out of his Broadway debut.