Earlier today, movie hunk Brad Pitt talked to ABC News’ Elizabeth Vargas on “Good Morning America” where he opened up about aging, fatherhood and touched on his new movie “World War Z”.
When talking about how everything changing when he became a father, he said, “It turns everything on its head. I love it. I love it.”
Brad spoke of how he and Angelina Jolie ensure that their children have as much normalcy in their lives as possible. He referred to his homes as “base camps” saying that they do spend time in New Orleans, but have a base camp in Los Angeles because they both work there a lot. He also said that they are looking to establish a European base camp because their children won’t be hounded there due to their strict paparazzi laws regarding photographing children.
He said, “They get more sense of normalcy there. We’re not as hounded at certain places there. France, especially. They have rules about shooting kids — photographing kids. I think they’re more sensitive to it after the Diana incident. They [the French] think they’re as cool as anyone else. We’re not being bothered there.”
With regard to aging, he said that he has already thought about what it’s going to be like turning 50-years-old next year. He said, “I’ve given a lot of thought to it. You become very aware of time. I think also being a father, you become very – everything’s time allocation for me now…spending my time wisely and doing the things that are important to me.”
Category: Killing Them Softly
The 23rd Stockholm International Film Festival gave its top prize, the Bronze Horse, to Cate Shortland’s coming of age story Lore. The German-Australian production is Australia’s entry for the foreign language Oscar. The film also took awards for best actress (Saskia Rosendahl), cinematography (Adam Arkapaw) and music (Max Richter). Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts Of The Southern Wild added to its festival haul with the best first film award and Andrew Dominik took the screenplay prize for Brad Pitt-starrer Killing Them Soflty. Tim Roth was named best actor for Rufus Norris’ Broken and a special mention was noted for that film’s Eloise Laurence.
Read more. Thanks Gabriella.
Brad Pitt is expected to hit New York Monday to pump his latest film, “Killing Them Softly.” The star, who plays a contract killer in the movie, will hit a downtown screening and party where, we hear, guests will include Pitt’s co-stars James Gandolfini and Ray Liotta. The Andrew Dominik-directed movie, in which Pitt investigates a heist that took place during a high-stakes, mob-protected poker game, is based on George V. Higgins’ 1974 novel “Cogan’s Trade.” It opens Nov. 30.
SimplyBrad.com is proud to announce a Killing Them Softly GiveAway! This award promising movie will be released november 30th!
What do you need to do? Just leave a reply and be sure to use your active emailaddress. You will have to be located in the US and be willing to provide me your address within two days of the ending of the giveaway (which will be november 15, 2012) otherwise I will select a new winner. One winner will be chosen at random. FYI: Giveaway closed now.
– 10 different Killing Them Softly mini Promo posters (previews on the bottom of this post)
– Cogan’s Trade the book by George V. Higgins (the book the film is based on)
It’s in spanish but features some unseen material, looks awesome! Thanks Gabriella.