October 25, 2016


• x266 By the Sea – DVD Movie Screencaps.

August 19, 2016


• x077 By the Sea – DVD Deleted Scenes.

June 6, 2016


• x037 Allied – Stills & On set.
• x034 DVD Features – In the Tranches: Casting.
• x001 War Machine – Stills.
• x003 Fury – Stills & On set/Other.
• x001 Young Brad – Curriculum Vitae.
• x001 Photoshoots – Set 228.
• x003 By the Sea – Stills.
• x001 Photoshoots – Set 66.
• x001 Television 1998.

Thanks also Vaska & 100%BP!

April 7, 2016


• x029 Photoshoots – Set 105.
• x007 Candids 2016.
• x010 Vanity Fair (2016).
• x002 Movies (By the Sea & The Big Short).
• x067 Kung Fu Panda – Hollywood, CA (05/22/11).
• x001 The Kids are Alright – Promotional Photoshoot.

Thanks Vaska!

December 6, 2015
by admin / By the Sea

When Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt began filming By the Sea, they knew they were going to discover new things about their relationship.

One big surprise? Jolie Pitt, who directed the film, admits it was especially eye-opening to see how they both react in the aftermath of a blowout.

“Brad has never seen what I’m like when he’s left me after one of our fights,” she told French Elle for its December issue. “Sometimes I’m strong. But as soon as he leaves the room, I melt into tears.”

“With this film, he sees it,” she added. “And I see into his private moments.”

Jolie Pitt, 40, said that seeing how the other copes after a fight helped them understand one another better in their real-life relationship.

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December 1, 2015
by admin / BP Press By the Sea

From Fight Club to family man, Brad Pitt tells Mick Brown how being a father of six has changed him as a man and as an actor

There was a time when Brad Pitt, like most people, would enter a hotel through the front door, but that hasn’t happened for the best part of 20 years. ‘I’m usually carted up the ass end,’ as he puts it. And so it is that here, as everywhere else, he has been denied the pleasures of a hotel lobby thronged with the svelte and the affluent – for this is a very swanky hotel indeed – and too the pleasures of taking a stroll on a sunny autumn morning unmolested, lending his fourth-floor room, luxurious as it is, a curious air of confinement.

It is an air somewhat exaggerated by the fact that, in his downbeat sweatshirt and tracksuit trousers, the Kangol cap pulled down low over his forehead, the straggly half-beard, Pitt looks less like you expect him to look and more like a man attempting to disguise himself as his own minder.

In fact, Pitt’s minder is outside in the corridor, an imposing presence, standing quietly beside the gaggle of clipboard-wielding publicists. He is perhaps less a precautionary measure for Pitt – who with his muscled 6ft frame appears perfectly capable of looking after himself – than for his wife, Angelina Jolie, who is in an adjacent room being interrogated by a handful of European journalists.Being the most recognised show-business couple in the world has its own perils and disadvantages.

Pitt walks over to turn off the air conditioning and reaches for two bottles of water. He is a courteous man, his manner attentive and earnest. Very earnest. He is in London for discussions about his latest project as a producer, ‘a satire about the war in Afghanistan’ (he does not elaborate), but mostly to talk about his role in By the Sea, a new film written by, directed by and co-starring Jolie.

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