November 16, 2012

• x004 On set: London, UK (11/15/12).

November 10, 2012

It’s panic in the street in this exclusive new photo from next summer’s World War Z, the most expensive zombie project in Hollywood history and the most focused effort to date by Brad Pitt (center) to add something new to his varied career: the first multi-film popcorn franchise that he can claim as his and his alone.

Pitt plays Gerald Lane, a United Nations researcher watching civilization teeter on collapse in the face of a rapacious army of rasping death. How can the relentless hordes be stopped? To answer that question, Lane accepts a mission that pulls him away from his family (Mireille Enos of AMC’s now-terminated series The Killing plays his wife) and sends him on a global search for the plague’s dark origins — and, yes, that fact-finding odyssey just might take three PG-13 films to complete, if World War Z gets a lively response at the box office.

Read more.

• x002 World War Z.

November 2, 2012

For his latest role, Brad Pitt joins a familiar ensemble cast. No, it’s not George Clooney and the rest of the Ocean’s Eleven gang reuniting for another film. This time Pitt’s costars are Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, Pierre Chareau, and Paul Dupré-Lafon. In his debut as a furniture designer, the actor is presenting about a dozen pieces—tables, chairs, and one rather fantastic bed—alongside 45 or so works by his collaborator, Frank Pollaro, whose New Jersey firm is noted for its impeccable reproductions of Art Deco furnishings.

The unveiling, which will take place November 13 through 15 in New York (register at for details), has been years in the making. “I’ve been doodling ideas for buildings and furniture since the early 1990s, when I first discovered [Charles Rennie] Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright,” says Pitt. “Actually, I found Wright in college, when looking for a lazy two-point credit to get out of French. It forever changed my life.”

By now, Pitt’s passion for architecture and design is well established, evidenced by his Make It Right foundation, which enlists prominent architects to create quality affordable housing in post-Katrina New Orleans, as well as by his high-profile collecting of modernist and contemporary furniture. But it wasn’t until he met Pollaro that he seriously considered making his own furnishings. When Pollaro paid Pitt a visit to install a reproduction Ruhlmann desk the actor had commissioned a few years ago, he spotted Pitt’s sketchbook, filled with drawings of furniture designs. Pollaro didn’t hesitate. “I asked him, ‘Why don’t we make some of this stuff real?’” he recalls. “Brad said he thought that could be fun.”

Read more. Thanks Gabriella. There is also an exclusive interview with Brad.

• x001 Architectural Digest (December ’12).

October 30, 2012
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• x007 Edgar (France, November ’11).
• x008 Vanity Fair (Italy, October ’12) thanks Gracie.

October 21, 2012
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• x004 Cinemania (Spain, September). Thanks GMX.
• x005 Paris Match (France, October 11). Thanks GMX.
• x008 XL Semanal (Spain, October 14). Thanks GMX.
• x001 Vanity Fair (Italy, October). Thanks Gracie.

October 15, 2012

• x033 Chanel. My gosh that photoshoot people, I’m in love.

The commercial for Chanel has been released today on their official YouTube page. So check that out. Go go! Also check out the official promo website now.

Whatcha think?

October 13, 2012

• x002 Chanel. Thanks Gabriella.
• x015 American Cinematographer. Thanks GMX.
• x005 Live.
• x003 The Observer.

October 13, 2012
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“I’m Brad Pitt and I’m a drug addict,” is the way The House I Live In’s executive producer jokingly introduced his new documentary at the Sundance Sunset Cinema on October 12. Pitt had flown in from Europe to give Eugene Jarecki’s film on U.S. drug policy a boost as it starts its North American roll out.

“My drug days have long since passed,” added Pitt, “But I could probably land in any American city and within 24 hours find whatever you want. But we still support this charade called the drug war. We spent a trillion dollars over 40 years and a lot of people have lost their lives over it.”

Read more.

• x015 The House I Live In (screening) – Los Angeles, CA.

October 9, 2012
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Brad Pitt, posing as a hitman, says his family – which include fiance Angelina Jolie and their six children – comes first.

Brad Pitt graces the October/November issue of Interview Magazine.
Hollywood’s hottest actor is lukewarm on the profession.

Brad Pitt tells the October/November issue of Interview Magazine that he’s getting increasingly finicky about the movie roles he chooses.

“I want it to be worthy enough of a story to leave the family, you know? They’re everything,” the 48-year-old star told Guy Ritchie, his director on 2000’s “Snatch.” The family is first . . . I also don’t want to embarrass them.”

Angelina Jolie’s fiance also posed for a photo spread for the magazine in which he dresses as a number of different characters, including a hitman and a Rastafarian.

Nowadays, Pitt says, “I’d rather be behind the camera,” adding that he relishes working as a producer.

Read full interview. Thanks also Gabriella.

• x015 Interview (Previews).

FYI. And after having seen this photoshoot, your webmiss fainted.

October 8, 2012

• x005 Killing Them Softly – Stills & Promo. Thanks Yukko.
• x001 The Dark Side of the Sun – On set. Thanks Atimo.
• x004 More (Mexico, Aug ’12). Thanks GMX.