December 30, 2014


• x033 12 Years a Slave: DVD Extra: A Historical Portrait
• x015 Hola

And lotsa other stuff, just check last uploaded at the BP Gallery.

I also updated BP Press last week with the latest interviews. Tried my best to type them all out. If I am missing any, please let me know.

Furthermore I am taking a look at all the subpages such as Brad & Projects and updating them all or making them easier on the eyes. Hope you enjoy them. If you think it is missing a focus, then yes, email me. I like to be as elaborate as possible.

September 2, 2014
by admin / Projects

Some of the biggest names in Hollywood are set to star in an acclaimed director’s new short film project.

Newly-wed Brad Pitt, recent Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio and Hollywood vanguard Robert De Niro are all part of Martin Scorsese’s short film.

Pitt and De Niro were recently seen out and about at the set while shooting the film in New York City.

Penned by Wolf of Wall Street writer Terence Winter, the short film is set to be screened for a campaign for Melco-Crown Entertainment (MCE).

This is the first on-screen collaboration between the three actors and the prestigious director.

Pitt, who was last seen in the big screen adaptation of the best selling novel World War Z and the Oscar nominated film 12 Years a Slave, recently made headlines due to his recent marriage to Angelina Jolie. He will next be seen in the world war 2 film, Fury.

Read more. Exciting!

September 25, 2012
by admin / plan b Projects

The past two days have been bookended by news from the front of Brad Pitt’s literary land-grab. Yesterday the Weinstein Company announced it had shifted the release date of “Killing Them Softly,” an adaptation of George V. Higgins’ Cogan’s Trade starring and produced by Pitt, to an Oscar-optimizing November 30. And word just got out that Pitt has been quietly developing an adaptation of IBM and the Holocaust, Edwin Black’s bestselling investigation into the computer conglom’s role assisting the Nazis to target Jews.

Perhaps literary evangelism is the most apt analogy for Pitt’s zeal for using his box office muscle to move challenging literary prizewinners from the rarefied microbrew-and-kale-salad haunts of the McSweeney’s generation to anyone within reach of a multiplex or the cable remote. Over the past decade, Pitt has undergone a self-generated conversion from matinee idol to serious-minded producer-actor and hardcore bibliophile, whose taste for ambitious, thought-provoking book-based material could give Scott Rudin — the Godfather of page-to-screen prestige pictures — a run for his money.

Read more. Thanks Gabriella. Interesting article, I must say.

September 6, 2012

So it is time to update some subpages I think. Don’t know if people actually visit them but they are rather fun to me cause it is true info! So tonight I have added the latest finished projects to the Movies section. Previews below. I have also added a new Theatre page to the Projects section, this is about his first ever threatrical production 8.

September 1, 2012
by admin / Projects

The last movie that Stephen Gaghan wrote and directed, Syriana, was able to nab an all-star cast that included George Clooney, Matt Damon, Christopher Plummer, Jeffrey Wright, Chris Cooper, Amanda Peet, Tim Blake Nelson and more, and now it looks like the filmmaker has already found two A-listers for his next project. Gaghan is now set to direct the crime thriller Candy Store and both Brad Pitt and Denzel Washington are in talks to star.

THR says that the movie is about a deep-cover operative who hits restart on his life by becoming a beat cop in Brooklyn, but soon discovers that the “global organization he was dedicated to fighting is also operating in his new backyard.” The trade says that things are still very much in the early stages with both Pitt and Washington and that Jamie Foxx has also taken an interest in one of the parts.

Read more. Thanks Mickey.

April 12, 2012
by admin / Projects

Back in February, Deadline revealed that Ridley Scott was aiming high for a nemesis to play alongside Michael Fassbender in The Counselor, with Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem on the wish list. I’m told now that Scott is on the verge of getting both actors into the movie. There are rumors swirling that Angelina Jolie is in discussions to play the female lead but that is less solidified. They’re all in talks for a film that starts production late June. Fox is negotiating to distribute, which was expected because of Scott Free’s first look deal that gave the studio first crack at the package. If all this works out, I can’t imagine Fox lets this one get away.

Read more/discuss.