Shia LaBeouf and Alec Baldwin are back at it on Twitter.

The fued between the actors got heated again recently, as LaBeouf returned to Twitter to refute Baldwin's claims that he wasn't made for theatre. Baldwin also likened Shia to a "celebrity chef" interested in the applause but not the hard work.

LaBeouf and Baldwin were set to co-star in "Orphans," but Shia left the play a month before it was scheduled to preview on Broadway. The former "Transformers" star cited "creative differences" as the reasoning for his departure, but when Baldwin suggested that LaBeouf may have not been the man for the job, the feud between the actors got personal.

"Some of the greatest movie stars had really serious theater careers and still do," Baldwin told Vulture. "And many film actors, though, who are purely film actors, they're kind of like celebrity chefs, you know what I mean?" 

The comments clearly enraged LaBeouf, who then released an email from director Daniel Sullivan that implied that Baldwin was the one not prepared for rehearsals and captioned the exchange "celebrity."

"Don't be too surprised if Alec doesn't look up from his script much for the first few days," Sullivan writes. "I suspect he's not nearly as prepared as you are. Not unusual at all when actors have a good long rehearsal time like we have. I just don't want it to throw you. I did a reading of another play once with Alec and about 10 minutes in I thought, 'Oh, I guess he's just going to read it.'" 

The recent Twitter feud has become really quite comical, honestly.

"I'm a hustler. I don't get tired. I'm 26, chief." —LaBeouf.

Baldwin responds by writing, "Listen, boy. I'm not your fuckin' chief. You got that? Ha. Hahahahaha. Let's go."—Baldwin.

The exchange was labeled with the tag "chef."

LaBeouf was replaced on "Orphans" by actor Ben Foster. The casting change certainly didn't end things for Baldwin, though.

"I can tell you that, in all honesty, I don't think he's in a good position to be giving interpretations of what the theater is and what the theater isn't," Baldwin said. "I mean, he was never in the theater. He came into a rehearsal room for six or seven days."

Stop Twitter fighting and take up a conversation in person, guys!