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Brad Pitt: Leather Liftoff at LAX

Brad Pitt: Leather Liftoff at LAX

Brad Pitt keeps warm in a black leather jacket while making his way through LAX on Monday (January 31) in Los Angeles.

The 47-year-old actor was accompanied by a bodyguard as he caught a flight out of town.

Brad and Angelina Jolie recently shared a fun date night at The Spare Room inside The Roosevelt Hotel.

The couple left their six kids at home and hit the new bar and restaurant, which features two bowling lanes, backgammon tables, board games, and classic cocktails, Hollywood Life reports.

The night Brad and Angie were there, Elijah Wood also dropped by and DJ’ed!

FYI: Brad is wearing an LNA black zip up hoodie!

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714 Responses to “Brad Pitt: Leather Liftoff at LAX”

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  1. 1
    Bee Says:

    First!!! Beautiful!!!!!

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    Elizabeth Says:

    Wow Im first. Nice to have a new thread . Glad to hear that Brad and Angie had a nice out. What a handsome creature. Hello to all JP fans.

  3. 3
    Yes Says:

    Hello Handsome!!!

  4. 4
    Yes Says:

    Hello Handsome!!!

  5. 5
    Elizabeth Says:

    Sorry Bee I guess you first…..something wronf with JJ it keep rejecting my comments.

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    Elizabeth Says:

    What a lucky TSA people those security people must be so happy to see Brad…I would be so crazy probably smile all day at work…to see the famous Brad……

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    naturally Says:

    escaping the kids again

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    A Lurker Says:


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    nakedoldjennifer Says:

    Always Handsome!! Thanks JJ
    God bless the jolie-pitts

  10. 10
    Dakota Says:

    What a good looking man!!!!! And a great humanitarian! Thanks Brad for all you do for people!

  11. 11
    Brad Fan Says:

    Thanks JJ

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    Sci Says:


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    Jokergurl Says:

    Buff, beautiful, Brad. :) Those gold trimmed shades are looking a little Elvis haha! Love the newsboy cap. I have to say this man does NOT look 47 more like in his mid thirties, good genes.

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    LAXLurker Says:

    Yup, saw him inside Terminal 2 getting shuttled to the Gate to get on an Air France flight to Paris.

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    grampa bradley Says:

    Just for Men brush-in gel penetrates coarse facial hair. Lasts until the gray grows back. Each shade matches the same Just for Men head haircolor. Plus, you get multiple applications from one carton.

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    busted Says:

    Well we get a sighting.. wonder where he is heading.. He does look good..

    great body.. love him

    Hope we get a sighting of Angie too..

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    Kaz simply Amaazzing !!!!!!!! Says:

    Old man cry

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    Bella Says:

    Brad Pitt is gorgeous.

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    vickifromtexas Says:

    i never get tired of looking at that man.

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    busted Says:

    So because he is a father he is not allowed to travel..

    Some of your freaks are beyond reason.

    And regarding Brad’s beard.. many men (sorry trolls.. I know you all have never had a man before.. so hear is a lesson..

    Many men have gray in a beard before it really covers the top of their head.. Brad had gray in the beard for years. I saw Dennis Haysbert on the SAG RC..and he has lots of gray in his beard…but his hair on his head is dark.. not much gray at all.

    If a gray makes a man OLD..then you better call every man OLD.

    YOU freaks are just pissed because he is still the HOT AS* he has always been. wearing those jeans and leather jacket.. fit body.. yeah.


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    Lynne Says:

    “hit the new bar and restaurant, which features two bowling lanes, backgammon tables, board games, and classic cocktails”
    - sounds like a real fancy old folks home

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    Kirsten Says:

    Looking good Brad. Hope to see your beautiful kids and Angie soon.

  23. 23
    Catshit Says:

    Did the TSA agent grab his crotch?

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    groundcontrol Says:

    For those interested in the rather archaic and Hidden-from-the-public labyrinth of film financing and profit, I’m bringing this over fromt he end of the last thread.
    groundcontrol @ 01/31/2011 at 8:17 pm 0
    Okay. Try this on for size. It’s a labyrinthian world of smoke and mirrors.
    X-Raying Lara Croft: Risk Management
    by Edward Jay Epstein
    Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is a minor masterpiece of the arcane art of studio financing, or as Sumner Redstone calls it, “risk management.” The trick, though applied in subtle brushstroke, is to use OPM– — Other People’s Money.
    Here is the triple-play through which Paramount made a $94 million movie for only $8.7 million.
    First, Paramount got $65 million from Intermedia Films in Germany in exchange for distribution rights for 6 countries: Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan. These “pre-sales” left Paramount with the movie, and all the rights, the rest of the world.
    Second, Paramount arranged to have part of the film shot in the Britain so that it qualified for a Section 48 tax relief. This allowed it to make a sale-leaseback transaction with the British Lombard bank Paramount on paper sold the movie to British investors, who captured the British government subsidy, and then via a lease and option, returned it to Paramount. Through this financial alchemy,Paramount netted, up front, a cool $12 million.
    Third, Paramount sold the copyright through Herbert Kloiber’s Tele-München Gruppe to a German tax shelter. Because German law did not require the movie to be shot in Germany, and the copyright transfer was only a temporary artifice, the money paid to Paramount in this complex transaction was truly, as an executive put it, money-for-nothing.” Through this maneuver, Paramount made another $10 million.
    Before the movie was ever green-lit or cameras ever began turning, Paramount had gotten back, risk-free, $87 million. to be sure, for arranging this financial legerdemain, Paramount paid about $1.7 million in commissions and fees to middlemen, but that left it with over $85.3 million in the bank. So, its total out-of-pocket cost for the $94 million was only $8.7 million. And Paramount could cover even that paltry risk by selling the Pay-TV rights to its corporate sibling, Showtime, for $10 million.
    The lesson of Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is that things in Hollywood– and especially numbers– are not what they appear to be to the outside world. According to the public numbers, it cost $94-million to make a movie that earned only $62.8-million in rentals in North America. That equation changes radically when the $85 million that Paramount netted from its non-public”risk management” is added in, proving, yet again, in Hollywood, the real art of movies is the art of the deal.
    Epstein’s site

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    angierocks Says:

    Brad Hot damn!He is so yummy….I hope we get to see Angie and the kids soon too.

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