September 19, 2011

Brad Pitt, the star of the upcoming movie Moneyball, doffs an Oakland A’s hat and graces the cover of this week’s September 26, 2011, issue of Sports Illustrated, on newsstands Wednesday. Pitt joins an exclusive group of non-athletes and non-coaches to be so honored — a list that includes Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale, Stephen Colbert, Bob Hope, Ed Sullivan, Steve McQueen and Arnold Schwarzenegger in addition to former presidents John F. Kennedy, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan (appearances on the 11/26/84 and 2/16/87 covers) and Bill Clinton.

Commenting on his photo shoot with SI photographer Simon Bruty, Pitt says: “I was just happy to do Sports Illustrated. To do something other than the fashion-y things, for something I respect, is much more fun.”

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• x001 Sports Illustrated. On sale this wednesday, who can scan it for the website please?

4 responses to “Sports Illustrated”

  1. Gaby says:

    Your wish is my command Webmiss {{hugs}}

  2. Norma says:

    MY GOD! He’s BEAUUUUTIFUL!

  3. Gaby says:

    ita norma.Mr. Pitt looks good in all characters.
    *swoon*

  4. Jamie says:

    I like his way of doing press for this film. Sports Illustrated–wow, great opportunity for a predominantly male readership and Ellen for a predominatnly female viewership and the Today Show, a great mix of both!!! And yes, very beautiful.

    Thanks.