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Here is the latest batch of Brad Pitt from Tuesday on the set of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button in Old Montreal, Canada.

Pitt filed exterior shots around the city for the mind-bending romance that is due out in Fall 2008. This is the tail end of a long shoot, which included four months in New Orleans and another two months in Los Angeles.

Brad is expected be in town for only eight days before, presumably, returning to his family in Prague, where Angelina Jolie is filming action thriller Wanted.

20+ pictures inside of Brad‘s sexy smirk…

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# 4

Gosh he looks much older in these photos. Is it due to the makeup? Becaue if it is makeup to make him look older they did a really good job…but it could just be him getting older. dam I remeber him in legends of the fall…so young and hot.lol.

# 6

im sure it’s makeup, no big deal, he’s playing his part, still looking hot

# 7

Mmm. Brad!

You can find me here.

http://www.lost.eu/4e787

# 8

Thanks, Jared, for the new pics….. loving all of Brad’s looks and that sexy smirk! Good night now! :)

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clearview @ 05/30/2007 at 2:46 am

It’s snowing in Old Montreal: That’s Hollywood for you
Moscow in winter, period Paris – our city shows its versatility for Brad Pitt shoot

The Montreal Gazette
Monday, May 28, 2007

It seems a little odd that director David Fincher would choose to come to Montreal in late May to shoot scenes of Moscow in winter. But that’s just another quirk of the movie biz, said Bill Doyle, supervising location manager for the big-budget Brad Pitt flick The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Fincher is having Montreal stand in for both Moscow and Paris.

On the phone from the Benjamin Button set in Old Montreal late last week, Doyle said the shoot is happening here now because the filmmakers weren’t able to interrupt filming in New Orleans this winter, when Montreal was actually covered in snow. They will be manufacturing fake snow for the wintery Russian scenes.

The New Orleans leg of the ambitious production lasted from early November to early March, followed by two months of studio work in Los Angeles. The original F. Scott Fitzgerald short story, which was adapted by Oscar-winning Forrest Gump scribe Eric Roth, is set in Baltimore, but the producers switched the setting to New Orleans because they felt it would be easier – and cheaper – to work in Louisiana. Pitt stars alongside Cate Blanchett, Julia Ormond and Tilda Swinton in this story of a 50-year-old man (Pitt) who begins aging backwards.

Doyle, who has been scouting locations for Benjamin Button for three years, said Montreal was always on the filmmakers’ short list because they felt it would be an ideal place to stand in for snow-covered Moscow, as well as Paris in the 1940s. Filming in Paris and Moscow was ruled out early on because it would have been too expensive.

“New Orleans is a great city, but it’s not Paris,” Doyle said. “It doesn’t look like it. When you think about where you’re going to go (to shoot Europe in North America), it’s either Quebec City or Old Montreal, and Quebec City has its issues, including a lot of it being on hills. Paris is not known to be a very hilly city. So here we are in Old Montreal.”

Old Montreal is perfect for period Paris, but Doyle admitted it’s a bit more of a stretch for Moscow.

“You have to be a little more picky because the architectural style is much more ornate, thanks to the French architects who built Old Montreal, and then even the English, who came in afterward, kept with that same flavour,” Doyle said. “Russia, you have to go a little more banal, which is a little harder to do here.”

Last Wednesday, the filmmakers had done their best to make Vaudreuil **. – a one-block street off **. Paul **. near Place Jacques Cartier – look like Paris in the ’40s, complete with vintage black Parisian-style taxis and period Citroens.

The crew had stretched a huge piece of silk fabric above the street, laying it on aluminum beams connecting the buildings on either side. It was an attempt to reduce reflections and shadows caused by the sunlight.

A few days before the shoot, several condo owners who were unhappy with these beams being placed on their roofs sent a letter of complaint to the production.

Doyle admitted that the film team didn’t successfully get all the information about the structure to the people living in the buildings. When he saw the letter, Doyle called a meeting with the residents on Tuesday evening. He brought along his engineers to show why they felt the pylons were safe and would not damage the roofs. At the meeting, Doyle agreed to extend the insurance policy the producers had taken out on the roof to last a full year. The producers paid the two condo associations for using their property (Doyle would not reveal the amount of the payment).

He said he takes these complaints seriously. “This is definitely very uncommon. As I explained to them, in 22 years of doing this, there is no place that I’ve shot that I can’t go back to and shoot again. So it’s important to me that they come away with a positive experience, and it’s very unfortunate that so far some of them have not.”

The Old Montreal filming – and the entire Benjamin Button shoot – will wrap Wednesday, after more than 130 days of production. The budget is reported to be $150 million U.S.
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The movie actually will wrap tomorrow.

Lucky Brad for having the most beautiful woman on earth.

In some of these photos, particularly the ones where hes wearing the hat, he looks really pale and old. The pics w/out the hat he looks good in.

Thanks Jared, you’re spoiling us!
Brad is hot!….I bet Angie and the kids miss him.

Ate Char,
Kumusta na! Heto, bumubuto pa rin pero pasulput sulpot dahil talagang busy po lately.

tsk tsk tsk @ 05/30/2007 at 3:12 am

4 | mmmkkkkk @ 05.30.2007 2:34 am
Gosh he looks much older in these photos. Is it due to the makeup? Becaue if it is makeup to make him look older they did a really good job…but it could just be him getting older. dam I remeber him in legends of the fall…so young and hot.lol.
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Legends of the Fall was 12 years ago (1995). It is now 2007. Even Brad has to age. But I think he is still hot in an older, matured guy kind of way.

U didn’t read the article, in the movie, Brad is 50 year old man. That’s why he looked old in da pix. Love AJ, I never love BP before but now with AJ, he’s brillian, thanks JJ for pix.

Thank You @ 05/30/2007 at 3:55 am

Thanks so much Jared for all the Brad photos! Gosh…I can’t keep up with you. You must be living on Red Bull. :-)

Aging is a normal natural process, of course, he’ not the Tristan 12 yrs. ago, but at 43 , he still look good and have the charm of a mature, condident, successful man.

I’m sure the pic aboe was the character he’s playing with aging make-up on, bcos in the previous thread with the camel color coat, he look gorgeous!

Any photoes of Cate Blanchett?

NORMAN'S MOM @ 05/30/2007 at 4:51 am

I have to ask this again b/c no one answered me in the last thread.

DIDN’T CLOONEY PUT A STICKER ON BRAD’S CAR, SAYING:

“SMALL D-ICK ABOARD”!

Today is the last day for filming benjamin button, while everyone seems proud of this movie,they all must be happy that this movie is ending filming,its has been a veery long shoot.

I bet Brad can’t wait to get back to his family.

The Old Montreal filming – and the entire Benjamin Button shoot – will wrap Wednesday, after more than 130 days of production. The budget is reported to be $150 million U.S.

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That is why he can’t question when they want him to work. It’s a huge budget movie and everyone worked very hard on it.

#19 Norman’s Mom,No he didn’t!It said honk if you are gay!Brad told it in a interview.Clooney and Brad are always playing jokes on each other.

Original Curious @ 05/30/2007 at 6:47 am

Thank you Jared. From all the shots we’ve seen, this looks to be an interesting movie. They must be shooting the ’50s I remember pictures of my dad in suits like that. A style I dearly hope never returns….a rear shot without the rear? :roll:

To Broken Record @ 05/30/2007 at 6:57 am

Report Abuse # 19 | NORMAN’S MOM
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Why won’t you check Norman’s d*ck?

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