Brad Pitt's role in "Killing Them Softly" was a major talker at this year's Cannes Film Festival, and come October the rest of us will finally be able to see what all the fuss was about.
In the meantime, we can check out Pitt's chain-smoking, gun-toting pro enforcer Jackie Cogan in the new trailer.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are officially engaged, and word has it they might end up working together on a future project as well.
Deadline is reporting that if negotiations pan out, Pitt could star in Ridley Scott's "The Counselor" with his long-time lady love being a rumored potential contender for the female lead.
The real-life partners and parents have not acted together since 2005’s action adventure “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” where they became friends on-set.
We've all played the "which famous person could play me in the story of my life" casting game, and Newt Gingrich has joined in.
According to TMZ, the Republican candidate for the presidential nomination has said that if he had to pick someone to portray him in a film, he'd pick straight from the A-list.
"Brad Pitt," Gingrich told radio host Rich Stevens Tuesday of who could portray him. "Why not go for it?"
When it comes to celebrity couples who have been together for so long some assume they've already wed, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are certainly prime examples.
And yet, seven years and six kids later, they still haven't tied the knot, as they've famously said that they'll get married when it's legally possible for everyone to do so.
However, 48-year-old Pitt thinks that they may not hold out.
Much has been made of Angelina Jolie transitioning from actress to director with her latest feature "In the Land of Blood and Honey," but the pic is also her screenwriting debut.
The 36-year-old tells CNN that at first, she simply wanted to put words to the page.
"I sat down alone just to write something and I just did it in script form as an experiment, as a way of writing," Jolie explained.
If the acting thing ever falls to the wayside, maybe Angelina Jolie will reconsider a former goal: Becoming a funeral director.
The 36-year-old Oscar winner told CBS' "60 Minutes" on Sunday that she had a plan in place if she couldn't find her way in Hollywood.
"It sounds like this very strange, eccentric, dark thing to do but in fact I lost my grandfather and was very upset with the funeral," she said in the interview. "This whole idea of how somebody passes and how family deals with this passing and what death is should be addressed in a different way. If this whole acting thing didn't work out, that was going to be my path."
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