No Way Out

Brad had a small cameo in the 1987 movie ‘No Way Out‘, starring Kevin Costner. He attends a party and can be seen on the left side of the screen in a scene with Kevin. Sure looks adorable. I had no idea, so this was a great find. You can check out the clip below, but you can also download it at the BP Media page. If you want to read some more info, then be sure to check the projects’ page I created.

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Pitt and Lawrence to headline future movies for Netflix

Ahead of Friday’s release of Heart of Stone, the pricey action blockbuster starring A-list superheroine Gal Gadot, word is out there that Netflix may have recruited Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence, respectively, to headline future movies.

Word from Giant Freakin Robot has No Hard Feelings actress Lawrence headlining sci-fi epic The Shift, which she’ll produce, and Andy Serkis will direct.

In the pic, Lawrence plays Dr. Katherine Turner, a renowned physicist. “Turner discovers a groundbreaking phenomenon that is shifting the Earth. It holds the key to unlocking humanity’s greatest secrets, leading to a race against time to control its power.”

Meantime, Bullet Train’s Brad Pitt has reportedly star in post-apocalyptic adventure, Desolation Run, for the streamer. The movie, which will will reunite Pitt with War Machine director and co-writer David Michôd, takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, where lone wanderer Ryan Creed (Brad Pitt) teams up with cunning mechanic Elara to escape a brutal desert wasteland controlled by ruthless warlords.

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Pitt’s F1 Racing Movie Pauses Production in Solidarity With SAG Strike

Academy Award-winning movie star Brad Pitt has taken a firm stance on the current dual strikes that continue to rock Hollywood to its very core. Pitt is standing in solidarity with the striking writers and actors. According to Deadline, he has personally requested a temporary halt in the production of his highly anticipated Formula One blockbuster film. As the producer of the project, Pitt made this decision in response to the concerns raised by the crew members involved in the production.

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Javier Bardem Joins Brad Pitt In Apple’s F1 Racing Movie

Javier Bardem has rounded the cast of Apple Studios’ untitled F1 pic starring Brad Pitt. The cast also includes Damson Idris, Kerry Condon and Tobias Menzies. Joseph Kosinski is set to direct.

Kosinski will produce his untitled feature alongside Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman of Jerry Bruckheimer Films (Top Gun: Maverick), seven-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton through his Dawn Apollo banner and Plan B, with Copper CEO Penni Thow serving as executive producer.

Pitt stars as a former driver returning to the sport with fictional team APXGP, with Idris playing his teammate. Made in collaboration with F1, the movie began filming last week and over the weekend shot some of the pic at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

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Pitt fills an 11th garage in the Silverstone pits at the British Grand Prix

There is an 11th team in the pit lane at the British Grand Prix this weekend, with a lead driver even more globally recognisable than Lewis Hamilton. Hollywood’s Brad Pitt is testing his mettle on the circuit as recording begins for a hi-tech and big-budget production from Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski.

In his new film, Pitt portrays a veteran racer who returns to F1 after decades away from the sport. Amid extensive lengths to attempt to make the film as realistic as possible, the world-famous actor is getting as close as realistically possible to racing in F1 in real life.

During breaks over the next three days, a car with unfamiliar livery is hitting the tracks. Filming includes a mixture of Pitt, his co-star, Damson Idris and a secret professional driver behind the wheel. The team was already on the track on Thursday and there will be about six more breaks during the schedule over the next three days in which the car will appear before fans.

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Apple Reveals First Look at Brad Pitt’s Formula One Film

Apple Studios has revealed a first-look image from Brad Pitt’s hotly anticipated Formula One feature.

The untitled film, which also features Snowfall star Damson Idris in a lead role, is set in the world of elite motor racing. Pitt stars as a former F1 driver who returns to race for the fictional APXGP team, a middling outfit, alongside Idris’ character.

The movie is being produced in collaboration with F1 and will be shot in and around actual Grand Prix race weekends. The project is looking to tap into the current popularity of F1 racing that has been fueled by Netflix’s dramatic docuseries Drive to Survive.

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Producer Andrew Scheps visits Brad Pitt’s revamped Miraval Studios

Back in 2021, we got confirmation that Brad Pitt was one of the people behind the restoration of the legendary Miraval Studios – located at Château Miraval in the South of France – and the facility officially opened for business last year.

Now, along with Avid, producers Andrew Scheps and Carmen Rizzo have paid a visit to Miraval to discover the reimagined studio for themselves.

One of the highlights of the remodel is the Spaceship desk. Co-designed by Pitt and his business partner Damien Quintard – who is on hand here to show Scheps and Rizzo around – this six-metre monster contains several pieces of classic analogue hardware, all routed into Pro Tools.

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‘Dallas’ Cast Reunites to Discuss Throwing Brad Pitt in a Pool

As Dallas turns 45, ET’s Kevin Frazier sat down with cast members Audrey Landers, Charlene Tilton, Joan Van Ark, Linda Gray, Patrick Duffy and Steve Kanaly for an anniversary reunion event produced by Dan Gore at Oscar’s Palm Springs in California.

“Great to be alive. Great to be in Palm Springs,” Kanaly said before he and his co-stars reflected on the legacy of the beloved primetime soap and revisited highlights from the series’ 14-season run on television, including throwing a then-unknown Brad Pitt into a pool and the game-changing cliffhanger that left millions of fans wondering, “Who shot J.R.?”

Not long into its run, Dallas became the place for notable supporting players, like Priscilla Presley, who played Bobby’s former flame, Jenna Wade Krebbs, and guest-starring appearances by the likes of Barbara Eden, Susan Lucci and others. It also became a show where many people, like Brad Pitt, who got thrown into a pool as Randy, or Ian McShane, who played Don Lockwood for 13 episodes long before starring on HBO’s Deadwood, stopped by on their way to becoming famous on their own.

Steve Kanaly: “Brad came and did [four] episodes, playing the love interest of Shalane McCall’s character [Charlie Wade] who was the daughter of Priscilla Presley’s character. And he was very, very good. And in fact, I even directed him in one of the shows. And a friend said, ‘How was it working with Brad Pitt?’ I said, ‘I never worked with Brad Pitt.’ He said, ‘Well, sure you did. He was in Dallas. I’ll send you the video and you can see it.’ And I played it, and was like, ‘Oh, oh, that Brad Pitt.’ He was great. I had several scenes with him. He was a 25-year-old playing an 18-year-old or something like that. And it was very early in his career. And I’m sure he’s not going to give me a job in his next movie.”

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