July 12, 2010
by admin / moneyball

Moneyball, starring Brad Pit & Jonah Hill, is filming at 202 W 1st St, Los Angeles, 6:00 A.M. – 2:00 A.M. all week. This is the first day of shooting, they will be primarily shooting in L.A. through Sept. They will also be filming in Oakland later this month.

Read more. Thanks Gabriella.

July 12, 2010
by admin / family

July 11, 2010


• x10 Books: BP By the Editors of US.

July 11, 2010
by admin / Brad family Mention

Apparently Angelina has a new tattoo and it is ‘just for Brad’. You can watch her interview at MTV. Thanks Gabriella.

She also mentions Brad and their children a lot in her new Parade and Vanity Fair interviews.

July 10, 2010
by admin / Megamind

On July 22, the first day of programming for the annual comic book convention in San Diego, presentations will be made for upcoming movies that feature the actors.

A panel on Pitt’s animated flick “Megamind” will be held starting at 10 a.m. that day in the San Diego Convention Center’s famous Hall H, with attendance from cast members Will Ferrell and Tina Fey promised already.

Then at 1 p.m., Sony Pictures will offer a look at “Salt,” (Angelina’s newest movie) which opens July 23 — and the Comic-Con schedule is teasing that “some very special guests” will drop in.

Could this mean Pitt and Jolie will roam among the “Star Wars” impersonators and “Captain America” fans?

Read more. Thanks Intothegrinder.

July 10, 2010
by admin / moneyball

A movie based on Michael Lewis’ best-selling book “Moneyball,” which was derailed after Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh left the project last summer, is heading full steam toward the Coliseum with a new director and a new script.

One constant: Brad Pitt still will star as Billy Beane in the story of how the A’s general manager built winning teams with small-market payrolls, with the 2002 season as a backdrop.

Filming at the ballpark begins July 26 and runs through Aug. 5. Many of the stadium and clubhouse personnel will be taking part in the production.

Soderbergh’s version called for “Moneyball” figures such as Art Howe to portray themselves, with the baseball scenes filmed primarily at spring-training sites in Arizona, as well as at the Coliseum. The new version, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Bennett Miller (“Capote”), is taking another tact: Actors will rule the day (with Oscar-winner Philip Seymour Hoffman as Howe). The cast also includes Jonah Hill and Robin Wright.

Read more. Thanks Intothegrinder.