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January 19, 2014

Hollywood’s highest-profile producers showered gratitude on stars like Tom Hanks, Matthew McConaughey and Brad Pitt at the annual Producers Guild of America breakfast panel on January 18 at the Landmark Theatre in West LA.

“12 Years a Slave” producer Dede Gardner credited longtime producing partner Pitt with providing the essential support to get the drama to the finish line — including taking a small part in the film.

“Brad said ‘whatever it takes,’” she recalled. “He had not done a cameo in 25 years.”

In response to a question about test screenings, Gardner said that ”12 Years a Slave” delivered strong results at a trio of showings, adding, “it was an indication that people were ready for this film.

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October 10, 2013

For Michael Fassbender, meeting and working with Brad Pitt on 2009’s Inglourious Basterds was a life-changing experience.

Brad is a wonderful human being who has a generous soul,” Fassbender, 36, told PEOPLE at Wednesday’s Cinema Society and Emporio Armani screening of his new film The Counselor in New York. “I have a lot of reasons to thank him. He has always been a real champion for me.

Brad not only supported me, but he also encouraged and helped other young talent. He is one of those guys that we need in the industry.

Now that the two hunks have become close professional colleagues, is there a possible bromance brewing between them?

I don’t know about that, because he never returns my phone calls or emails,” Fassbender joked. “I’ve been following him ever since. I’m trying to get involved in any film he’s doing so I can be with him!

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June 30, 2013

The actor – who has kids Maddox, 11, Pax, nine, Zahara, eight, Shiloh, six, and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with fiancee Angelina Jolie – tried to prevent cast and crew on the set of the zombie apocalypse movie from swearing in front of the youngsters who played his on screen daughters.

Mireille Enos – who plays Brad’s wife in the movie – told People magazine: “He started a swearing jar. If anybody swore around the kids, they had to put a pound in the jar. Those kids went home rich.”

Pitt, 49, also worked hard to keep the girls entertained on set, even performing magic tricks for them.

Enos added: “He’s as normal as any guy you can meet and he’s such a natural at being a dad. He would bring games, tell funny stories and do magic tricks for the girls who played our daughters.”

Pitt’s adopted son Maddox had a small cameo in ‘World War Z’ as a zombie and the youngster loved being in an action film.

Pitt said: “Maddox has got a small piece in it. He’s a zombie who then gets shot. I don’t know what that says about my parenting! (My kids) love these kinds of things and that’s the thing that first drew me to it.”

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February 27, 2013

Brad Pitt, Denzel Washington and Mickey Rourke were among the Hollywood stars who gathered at a special memorial service in Los Angeles last week (15 February) to pay tribute to late director Tony Scott.

Actors James Gandolfini and Andy Garcia were also among the hundreds of mourners at the private ceremony, which was held at the Academy Theater, where producer Jerry Bruckheimer, The Dark Knight star Gary Oldman and Scott’s five-time collaborator Washington delivered moving eulogies to the celebrity-packed audience.

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November 22, 2012

At least, that seems to be the case for A-list supernovas Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt who, according to Ange, shared a tender moment together while watching Ewan McGregor’s performance in the upcoming film The Impossible.

Jolie hosted a special screening of the movie — which centers on a family dealing with the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami — in London Monday night where she gushed about McGregor.

“I have known you for years and you are one of my favorite actors and I’ve always loved to watch you, but I watched this and I didn’t recognize you,” Jolie told the Scottish actor. “To say it is one of the best performances of the year, really doesn’t give it credit, because it doesn’t feel like a performance. It’s from such an honest place and so deeply emotional.”

She went on to say that McGregor was so good, in fact, that he moved both she and her fiancé Brad Pitt to tears.

“You rarely see this emotion from a man on screen and I called (McGregor) later to tell him how much he made me cry,” she added. “I was crying, and I looked over at Brad and he was crying. It’s just really, really powerful. As an actor, I’m in awe.”

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August 17, 2012

While British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver was cooking up some classic and modern English treats for us in London, we were interested in getting the dish on his latest endeavor.

Oliver’s reality show “Food Revolution,” about getting kids to eat healthy, has inspired a big-screen comedy. The movie, called “Food Fight,” is set to be produced by Ryan Seacrest, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Involving a “hot Los Angeles chef” who ends up working with a “ragtag group of kids” to revamp a school’s lunch program, the film is said to be “loosely based” on Oliver’s work and show. Comedians Will Ferrell and Seann William Scott are reportedly on the shortlist to play Oliver in the film.

But the chef says there’s only one actor who will fit the bill.
“I want Brad Pitt to play me,” he told TODAY.com in London. “He’s the only guy I want. It’d be a good job for Brad to get — I think it’d be good for him to get into some serious cooking.”

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July 22, 2012

One of the most glamorous bashes in town will be a charity gala dinner at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Wednesday, two days before the Olympic opening ceremony. Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Christopher Lee and Bob Geldof are expected to attend the black-tie event, which is organized by the charity Sports for Peace and held in honor of boxing great Muhammad Ali.

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January 16, 2012

In a race that was considered to be a battle of the A-listers, George Clooney took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for “The Descendants.”

After an evening of joking about his celebrity best bud, George Clooney opened his acceptance speech by letting Brad Pitt know exactly what he thought of him.

“I wanted to say it’s nice to see Brad, and it’s nice to be able to tell him not just what wonderful work he’s doing in two films this year,” Clooney said. “But what wonderful work he does in the rest of the world to the rest of the people.”

Pitt, who was nominated for “Moneyball,” and Clooney emerged as the front-runners in the category soon after the nominees were announced last month, and their well-documented friendship came to dominate the conversation around the race.

Earlier in the evening, Clooney borrowed the cane Pitt used throughout the evening, seemingly to poke fun at his friend.

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January 16, 2012

Brad Pitt has been sporting a cane over the past couples of weeks, but he had to go without at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night – for just a few minutes.

Fellow Hollywood star George Clooney swiped Pitt’s prior to hitting the stage at the 69th annual awards show.

The crowd giggled as Clooney walked on stage with the cane. While introducing a clip from Pitt’s “Moneyball,” Clooney started waving the cane around, garnering big laughs from the audience. “I have to give it back to him,” he said. “He can’t make it to the bar otherwise.”

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January 7, 2012

George on possibly being nominated alongside Brad Pitt: “Brad is my pal, and we’re a long way from that discussion anyway. But I’d like living in a world where Brad Pitt has an Academy Award. I watched Moneyball and I couldn’t do what Brad does.”

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December 14, 2011

Angelina Jolie covers Marie Claire’s new January 2012 issue. The director of In the Land of Blood and Honey spoke with the magazine about her first-ever time behind the camera, then segued into more personal topics.

Angelina spoke about how Brad Pitt is more than just the love of her life, and also said she “could end up pregnant” and further expand their family. Additionally, Angelina spoke about how she’s really a homebody and doesn’t have too many female friends.

Angelina Jolie told Marie Claire:
• On her bond with Brad: “[Brad] has expanded my life in ways I never imagined. We built a family. He is not just the love of my life, he is my family. I hold that very dear. I suppose what I’ve learned from Brad is to be able to have the kind of family whose happiness and well-being comes before your own. I’m very, very grateful to have such a loving family, and I wouldn’t have that without him.”

Read more. Thanks MacKenzie @ Popsugar.

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December 14, 2011

Matt Damon – Parade interview December 2011:

Despite his movie star status, Damon keeps his life private, especially compared to some of his famous friends.
“Brad and Angie, there’s much more pressure on them than there is on me. He [Pitt] asked me what my everyday is like. I said, ‘Well, I grab the kids from school, and then we go over to the park.’ And he was just looking at me, like, ‘How can you do that?’ Because he can’t.”

On the paparazzi plaguing his famous friends.
“Brad [Pitt] has told me stories. . . . He threw a cheeseburger at somebody. The guy had followed him to the drive-thru and Brad was like, ‘Can I just eat my cheeseburger?’ The guy pulled up next to him and Brad ended up throwing it at him, and they both looked at each other in total shock for a long moment. Neither of them could believe that it happened, you know? And then the guy went to raise his camera, and Brad sped off. So he did not get the picture. Brad left that experience feeling like, ‘Well, I didn’t get to eat my cheeseburger. I really wanted it.’

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December 7, 2011

While both men agreed they wished Brad Pitt was a huge jerk, Jonah Hill tried to convince Jon Stewart that it simply wasn’t so. How could a man be that handsome and a great guy? Alas, according to Hill on ‘The Daily Show’, that’s exactly what he is.

He even let Hill stay in his house in New Orleans for months while Hill was filming a movie. Hill did admit to having a lot of fun with the tourists who were stopping to see the famous Brad Pitt house. They’d get all psyched when he pulled up, and then confused and let down to see that it was just him.

When Stewart asked if Angelina Jolie was staying at the house as well — was Pitt that nice? — Hill had to admit that there is a limit to what Pitt was willing to give.

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November 29, 2011

Brad Pitt has declared himself a fan of Liverpool Football Club.

During an interview for his new film, Moneyball, Pitt said that he if he was not a Red he would be “disowned” by some friends.

“I have some friends who are very close to Liverpool, so if I went another way I might be disowned,” said the 47-year-old.

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September 1, 2011

Brad jokes with me, because I”ll watch a movie and I’ll be asleep in five minutes,” she says in the interview. “I’m terrible. There’s some of my own I’ve never seen.

She does admit that she manages to watch the ones Brad stars in, however, adding, “Since I’ve been with him I’ve seen all the ones we’ve gone to the premieres for.

So what’s her favorite Brad movie?

I think I liked Jesse [The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford] because I knew how hard he worked on that. It’s interesting: when you live with an artist, it’s not the film but the process you respect. I know he took a risk on that, fought for it, stood true to what he believe. He didn’t cave when people were pressing him, and he made a beautiful film.

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