After his admission, one of the stars says it's time to bury the hatchet.
Two of Hugh Grant's former co-stars apparently didn't enjoy working with him, at least according to the actor himself.
The "Paddington 2" star got pretty candid about a few big names he's shared the screen with over the years, revealing that a pair of them absolutely "hated" him.
Speaking with EW's Jess Cagle, Grant had this to say when asked about Robert Downey Jr., who he starred with in the 1995 movie "Restoration": "He hated me. We did a thinh called 'Restoration,' he took one look at me and wanted to kill me."
When asked why, Grant had no clue. "I don't know, I was so hurt, he said. Cagle was shocked, saying, "I don't think anybody hates you." "No, he did," Grant deadpanned.
Downey apparently got wind of the interview and tweeted: "A lot has happened over two decades! I respect how Mr. Grant has matured as an artist & voice against violations of privacy. Let’s break bread together soon @HackedOffHugh! #burythehatchet2018"
Grant responded, writing, "Thanks, @RobertDowneyJr. Nice way to kick off the year. And yes - if you're in London come by and break bread. Won't be easy as my 5 year old bakes it, but you seem strong. Respect. #burythehatchet2018"
The other actor who didn't care for him: "Music & Lyrics" co-star Drew Barrymore.
"Well, Drew, I think did hate me a bit. But I admired her. We just were very different human beings," Grant explained. "She was very LA and I was a grumpy Londoner. The funny thing is, although it was fractionally tense on the set of that film, I think the chemistry is rather good between us. Sometimes tension makes a good crackle."
Barrymore hasn't tweeted since 2015, so she has yet to respond.