October 23, 2011

• x001 Glory Days > Promotional Photoshoot #02.
• x003 Empire (Russia October ’11) Thanks GMX.
• x008 Total Film (November ’11) Thanks GMX.

September 21, 2011
by admin / BP Media television

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September 20, 2011
by admin / Alerts television

Brad on the Ellen show – Taping
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 – 4:00pm Pacific time
Live WebCam: http://ellen.warnerbros.com/show/ellencam/

Thanks Lynn & Chris. The show will be broadcasted September 22.

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September 20, 2011

Hill adapted the ’80s TV series — one of his ‘Moneyball’ co-star’s first acting gigs — for the big screen.

After years of pleading and promising, Jonah Hill has reportedly landed Johnny Depp for a cameo in the big-screen adaptation of the ’80s TV series “21 Jump Street.”

Hill actually had another connection to a “Jump Street” vet in Brad Pitt, who appeared in one episode as a long-haired high school kid. The actors now star in “Moneyball,” a film that had wrapped production a year before cameras began rolling on “21 Jump Street.” But Hill never hit up Pitt about joining in the new “21 Jump Street,” as MTV News learned at the Toronto International Film Festival.

“I did ’21 Jump Street,’ “ Pitt told his co-star. “It was one of my first jobs.”

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September 20, 2011
by admin / television

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September 20, 2011
by admin / moneyball television

Left to right, Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, and Jonah Hill, share a light…

For a day at least, the Oakland Coliseum felt just like Hollywood. Brad Pitt plopped down in a chair in Section 244, high above center field, and joked that acting was the only way he’d ever make it to the big leagues.

“My relationship with baseball was cantankerous at best,” he joked. “I had a crap arm. I couldn’t hit. My career ended with 18 stitches under my eye after a pop fly at high noon.

“It was not my gift.”

With that, Pitt flashed a wry smile at A’s General Manger Billy Beane, whom he portrays in the “Moneyball” movie that hits theaters Friday. Based on the best-selling book by Michael Lewis, “Moneyball” tells the story of how Beane bucked baseball’s conventions on his way to turning the small-payroll A’s into a powerhouse in the early 2000s.

“I feel a bit romantic about the A’s,” Pitt said, who said he has become a fan.

Read more. Thanks Atimo. Sadly the video can only be viewed if you’re in the US. Who could please upload it for all to see or rip it for SB please? I’d really like to watch it.