Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp have a dispute to settle.
The Hollywood actors reportedly want to stay in the same house when they temporarily move to Britain for filming this year.
Brad and his wife Ange have previously rented the in-demand Surrey property, as has Johnny.
Both families loved it and are keen to return.
A source told The Sun: "Their families feel comfortable there and like the privacy and grounds it offers."
But 49-year-old Brad's plans could change if the rumours he and Angelina want to add to their brood are true.
The engaged couple - who are rumoured to be getting married this year - are already parents to adopted kids Maddox, Pax and Zahara.
They're also biological mum and dad to daughter Shiloh, plus twins Knox and Vivienne.
And now Ange is reportedly keen to adopt a baby girl from Jordan after she visited Syrian refugees there last week.
A source said: "She has been particularly touched by the situation in Syria and wants to adopt a child from Jordan to do her bit to help.
"The publicity would help draw the world’s attention to what’s going on there."
And the couple are also said to want another biological child, with 38-year-old Ange even adapting her diet and eating a lot of potassium in the hope it'll help her fall pregnant.
Who knows if the new family will fit into the Surrey home?
Johnny, on the other hand, travels a lot more lightly.
He split from long-term partner Vanessa Paradis - the mother of his two children Lily Rose and Jack - in June last year.
The 50-year-old actor is now dating his 27-year-old The Rum Diary co-star, Amber Heard.
He recently opened up about his break-up from French model and actress Vanessa, 40.
He told Rolling Stone magazine: "The last couple years have been a bit bumpy.
"At times, certainly unpleasant, but that’s the nature of break-ups, I guess, especially when there are kiddies involved.
"Relationships are very difficult, especially in the bracket that I’m in because you’re constantly away or they’re away and so it’s hard. It wasn’t easy on her. It wasn’t easy on me. It wasn’t easy on the kids."
He continued: "It doesn’t stop the fact that you care for that person, and they’re the mother of your kids, and you’ll always know each other, and you’re always going to be in each other’s lives because of those kids.
"You might as well make the best of it."