Category: photoshoots

SB Update

I updated:

• The BP Press section (2021) with the latest Miraval interview by Brad’s business partner Damien Quintard.
• The Plan B page was updated.
• The Movies section has been updated. I added the latest movies: Deadpool 2, Ad Astra & Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

And I have been working hard at some gallery updates. Expect some BP Media updates again too. Check out the nice one below this post.



• x045 October 06, 2019 – GQ Photoshoot
• x003 Photoshoot (2019)
• x039 October 27, 2014 – Between Two Ferns
• x053 May 16, 2017 – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
• x033 September 19, 2019- Jimmy Fallon
• x067 September 20, 2019 – The Ellen Show

PS. The videos of the above screencapped interviews/clips can be found at the BP Media section.

BP Gallery Update



• x031 February 06, 2012 – Oscars Luncheon
• x003 Paris Match (2020)
• x019 Encounters – Brad and?
• x003 March 07 – Thundercats concert – Los Angeles, CA
• x002 Advertisement – Brioni
• x001 Professional Photographer (2012)
• x001 CEO magazine (2020)
• x012 Ad Astra – Behind the scenes
• x001 Love magazine (2018)
• x005 Vanity Fair (2015)
• x001 Entertainment Weekly (2020)
• x001 Photoshoots – Set 251

PS. Sorry for the delayed Gallery update. As most of you know I had a baby February 29th and it has been very busy for me. Luckily Shann has been able to update news and makes sure the Instagram & Twitter account is updated daily with news and trivia. Do check it out! If you don’t have an account yet for the gallery: just email me. The link is on your right under the gallery logo! Enjoy!

Brad Pitt and Adam Sandler Have an Unlikely Movie Bromance

Brad Pitt (“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” “Ad Astra”) and Adam Sandler (“Uncut Gems”) sat down for a chat for “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors.”

As has become a tradition for Variety’s Actors on Actors conversations, two superstars realize they have even more in common than celebrity. The careers of Brad Pitt and Adam Sandler ran on parallel tracks after they arrived in Hollywood in the late 1980s, emerging among the last generation of A-list superstars in the ’90s through wildly different genres of film. Sandler made hits of raucous comedies like “Happy Gilmore” and “The Waterboy,” while Pitt burnished a character-actor reputation with turns in “12 Monkeys” and “Fight Club.” This past year, Pitt was as melancholic as he’s ever been in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” while Sandler was characteristically outsized in the New York freakout “Uncut Gems.” And yet, during a lengthy exchange, they keep stumbling over what unites them as artists.

“What I love when we started were cables everywhere, and massive lights,” Pitt tells Sandler, reminiscing about their early days in movies. “You’d be sweating all the time, and big-ass cameras that were super loud. Now it’s getting down to, we’re almost sitting in our own room in the dark. It’s a whole ’nother thing.”

Read more.

• x001 Variety
• x002 Set 252
• x003 Variety: Actors on Actors