July 22, 2010
by admin / Brad family

Yes, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt can work a red carpet like no other star couple. But at home with six kids all under the age of 9, the pair are content just to be Mom and Dad. “Brad’s an extraordinary father,” Jolie, 35, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “We have each other’s backs.”
The teamwork of the actress and Pitt, 46, comes in handy when dealing with settling differences between kids Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, Shiloh, 4, and 2-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, says Jolie. “They can’t go behind one [parent] to the other,” she says. “Not one of us is softer than the other.”
The actress, whose new political thriller Salt opens Friday, also talks about tackling her own stunts in the film. “I happen to like heights, so we found moments where I can use that,” she says.
One thing that does scare her: the idea of her kids becoming teenagers.
“I break out into a sweat at just the thought.”

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July 22, 2010
by admin / family Megamind

There will be a panel on Megamind today at the Comic-con (San Diego Convention Center) held in San Diego, CA. Brad has not been confirmed to attend. Angelina has been confirmed to attend to promote her movie, Salt. More official information provided when available, as always.

July 22, 2010
by admin / tree of life

Terrence Malick’s long-delayed “Tree of Life” with Brad Pitt and Sean Penn is conspicuously absent from Variety’s new list of films it predicts will be in the Venice Film Festival lineup to be announced next week.

The mysterious generation-spanning supernatural drama, which does not have a release date, had been tipped to bow at Venice ever since it failed to make the list at the Cannnes Film Festival in May.

Variety doesn’t even mention “Tree of Life,” but says that Darren Aronofky’s supernatural ballet thriller “Black Swan” with Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis is “likely” to be the Venice opener on Sept. 1.

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July 22, 2010
by admin / plan b World War Z

Comic-Con is barely underway in San Diego and we already have some big news from the show floor!

While chatting up “World War Z” author Max Brooks at the booth for comic publisher Avatar Press, the writer confirmed to MTV News that the adaption of his novel about the zombie apocalypse is not only moving forward, but Brad Pitt is now officially attached to star in the film. Additionally, Brooks revealed that Paramount has optioned the movie rights to two more of his projects: “The Zombie Survival Guide” and “The Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks” graphic novel.

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July 22, 2010


• x35 On set: Los Angeles, CA (07/20/10).

July 20, 2010
by admin / Promo Site Updates



• x148 Salt – Los Angeles, CA (07/19/10). EDIT: Added x179 more.