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Brad Pitt & Matt Damon: 'Happy Feet Two' Teaser Trailer!

Brad Pitt & Matt Damon: 'Happy Feet Two' Teaser Trailer!

The penguins bring “fluffy” back in the teaser trailer for Happy Feet Two, in theaters November 18!

Synopsis: Mumble, The Master of Tap, has a problem because his tiny son Erik is choreo-phobic. Reluctant to dance, Erik runs away and encounters The Mighty Sven – a penguin who can fly!! Mumble has no hope of competing with this charismatic new role model. But things get worse when the world is shaken by powerful forces. Erik learns of his father’s ‘guts and grit’ as Mumble brings together the penguin nations and all manner of fabulous creatures – from tiny Krill to giant Elephant Seals – to put things right.

Brad Pitt and Matt Damon voice the Krills and Elijah Wood returns as the voice of Mumble.









Brad Pitt & Matt Damon: ‘Happy Feet Two’ Teaser Trailer
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# 2
Passing Through @ 05/27/2011 at 2:50 am

ROTFLMAO….that’s just all kinds of wrong…

# 3

Pitt is just sinking deeper and deeper… Brad just give up, no one cares about you and your skeletor wife anymore…

# 4
BrangelinaFan @ 05/27/2011 at 3:10 am

Boy, Angie and Brad’s kids must be in Heaven right about now — having parents who both voice characters in animated films, as well as live feature films. And they do it for their children. They must think it’s really cool. Guess the kids now think coping with the paps with parents like them pays off in the long run. :-)

# 5

hahaha its so funny.. love it :D

# 6

Brad Pitt needs to make some fake impression on the public. His mojo is gone, he looks like a bum half the time. It won’t seem so bad then, when the kids outgrow the fairy tale he, and Jolie no doubt tell them. You know, the cheating, affair, Shiloh conceived while Brad was still married, and all the other garbage.Brad does it for mostly the MONEY.

# 7

@Heather:
AMEN sister… their “fairytale” is FAKE as hell…

# 8
USA TODAY @ 05/27/2011 at 5:26 am

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Pitt unplugged
Written byKenneth Miller

Jolie and Pitt with Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, Pax, Knox (and Maddox behind Dad)

Educating the kids: “We tie their home-schooling to whatever location we’re in — the culture, history. Everybody was born outside the U.S., so we also do family trips to their respective countries.” The kids are taught the language of their respective homelands. “My Cambodian isn’t so sharp,” Pitt says.

On having more children: “The door’s not closed.”

Committed carnivore: Pitt scoffs at reports he’s a vegan. “Oh, man, I’ve got to have a steak! I’m trying to eat a little healthier, though, because me and pizza get along so well.”

What Pitt and Jolie tell the kids about being adopted: “Everything’s on the table,” Pitt says. “We say, ‘Mommy and Daddy are so happy to have found you.’ We talk about their time previously, so they can get their arms around it.”

Why he wants a big family: “I had a friend in college who had [seven siblings], and we’d go to his home over the weekends. I remember saying, ‘If I ever find the right partner, I’m going to do it big.’ When Angie and I got together, I didn’t see any reason to wait around.”
On giving back: Pitt donates millions to humanitarian causes. “Look, man, I hit the lottery. I’ve got a responsibility to spread that wealth.”

http://www.usaweekend.com…tt-unplugged?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Frontpage

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USA TODAY @ 05/27/2011 at 5:28 am

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In the parking lot outside a Los Angeles photo studio, a scruffy-looking guy sporting a goatee, black T-shirt and motorcycle boots sits on the curb puffing a cigarette. He’s listening intently to a stylish man rave about a cool camera shop. A passerby would barely notice the pair as they head into the building.

But when the photographer starts shooting, the bearded guy seems to undergo a transformation. Grooving to Jimi Hendrix on the sound system, he assumes an expression of ineffable cool, his posture somewhere between rakish and regal. He radiates glamour by the gigawatt. Suddenly, he’s Brad Pitt.

That name, of course, refers to several entities that occupy the same broad-shouldered, 5-foot-11-inch frame. There’s the actor, whose talent and charisma draw crowds to movie theaters worldwide. There’s the celebrity, twice declared “Sexiest Man Alive” by People magazine, whose private life has been a source of public fascination for more than a decade. There’s the Brad Pitt of the past, who has put his stints as a serial romancer of co-stars (Gwyneth Paltrow, Robin Givens, Juliette Lewis) and errant husband of Jennifer Aniston (from whom he was divorced in 2005) far behind him.

Now 47, Pitt is an unabashed family man. Fatherhood is, indeed, his most consuming project: raising an unruly brood of six children ages 2 to 9 — three of them adopted, three biological, born in five different countries — with partner Angelina Jolie. Their effect on Pitt has been, by his own account, profound. He credits parenthood, in great part, for his hard-won maturity.

“Kids hold up a mirror to you,” he says in his first extensive interview since 2009. “You can’t make excuses. You’ve got to make sure they’ve brushed their teeth and eaten a good breakfast. You want to be present if they wake up with a bad dream.”

The responsibility weighs heavily on the now-middle-aged actor. In a display of emotion any parent would relate to, Pitt says fears about his kids’ safety “keep me up at night.”

But unlike in most families, Pitt’s worries have an added dimension. “We’re hunted,” he says, flexing his tattooed, muscular forearm as if contemplating retaliation. “Our kids have to live behind a gate. Outside, there are people with cameras.

“But I’ll take the trade-off. I never knew I was capable of experiencing so much love.”

In his newest movie, the sprawling and poetic Tree of Life — directed by the legendary Terrence Malick and opening in some cities this weekend — Pitt plays a father of three boys in 1950s Texas. (One son grows up to be an architect, played by Sean Penn.) That’s fitting: Parenthood is increasingly central to Pitt’s sense of self, influencing everything from the movies he chooses to make — “I want to leave some work behind that my kids will be proud of” — to his vision of the future with Jolie.

Though he has said the couple would wait to wed until gay people could do so legally, he now acknowledges that the timetable may change. “The kids ask about marriage,” he says, sinking wearily into a sofa. He takes a sip of cappuccino. “It’s meaning more and more to them. So it’s something we’ve got to look at.”

For all the luxuries Pitt can give his children, he regrets that he can’t pass on the freedom he had as a child growing up the eldest of three siblings in Springfield, Mo., where his father owned a trucking company and his mother was a high school counselor.

“On the road, we’re a military mobile unit,” he says. “The kids have got their stuff down to one backpack, and they’re each responsible for their own bag. Mom does the packing; she’s quite gifted at that. Puts in just what we need — nothing extra.”

The family migrates between the multi-house Los Angeles compound he calls “our base camp” and film sets around the globe, spending downtime at a 1,000-acre estate in southern France.

“We’re pretty nomadic,” he says. “We go where the crops are.”

Pitt concedes that his family life “seems a bit extreme.” But “I like extremes. I guess I’ve always operated that way.”

Still, he says, “Angie and I do everything we can to carve out some semblance of normalcy for them, to re-create the kinds of moments that were special for us. It’s not unusual for the kids to be covered in paint. We have mud fights. It’s chaos from morning until the lights go out, and sometimes after that.”

The older kids are home-schooled, but their parents try to create opportunities to socialize. The family sometimes sneaks past the paparazzi to an undisclosed location for a football game with friends.

Pitt and Jolie carve out time to nurture their own relationship as well.

“There are no secrets at our house,” Pitt says, his blue eyes crinkling in a slightly wicked smile. “We tell the kids, ‘Mom and Dad are going off to kiss.’ They go, ‘Eww, gross!’ But we demand it.”

As he navigates his fifth decade, Pitt has begun to ponder the long term. “Will I be acting when I’m 80?” he asks rhetorically. “Definitely not.”

USA TODAY @ 05/27/2011 at 5:30 am

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A passionate amateur photographer and architect (whose Make It Right foundation is building environmentally sustainable homes in New Orleans for low-income residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina), he aims to explore those vocations more deeply in the coming years. He also wants to improve his French and his cooking skills — now limited to bacon, eggs and flapjacks.

But Pitt won’t be trading in biker boots for house slippers anytime soon. “I hope to keep riding motorcycles,” he says with that devilish grin, “until I can’t stand up anymore.”
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@rep

Woow nice that great isee 2 in pic at the front me sl igo and at the back following behind my friend ka simply

usually it’s Brad as Mumble

I love Brad as many others around the world does, please speak for yourself. I’m sure his children will enjoy the cartoon.

So cute, lucky J-P kids having their parents as animated characters, how cool.

Oh happy day!!!!! I wonder how the haters will try and spin Brad’s truth or will they be smart and just leave it alone and move on. His interviews just make ugly tabloids like In Touch and blosg like Hollywood life (Bonnie Fuller) look like what they are. Jealous, insecure, and liars.

they so cute i cant wait to watch it i watch trailer more than 10 times

Media Wh@re MANiston @ 05/27/2011 at 8:33 am

Heather @ 05/27/2011 at 4:30 am
blah @ 05/27/2011 at 4:57 am

Well, not as fake as that marriage to MANiston. Huvane set her up with Brad so he could help boost her from a T.V. actress to a movie actress. When Brad finally met a real movie star he dumped MANiston faster than a speeding bullet. His marriage to MANiston was so fake he didn’t even want to have children with her. He met Angie and 2 yrs later came Shiloh & another 2 years came the twins. Can’t get any more real than that.

Btw, there’s no such thing as fairytale. Only fake people like you believe in fairytale. Brad & Angie are real people who live in a real world. They are very happy being together like real couples do. They also have real problems just like everyone else.

Media Wh@re MANiston @ 05/27/2011 at 8:44 am

Today is Shi’s birthday. Happy 5th Birthday miss Shi.

Olivia Munn is desperate @ 05/27/2011 at 8:45 am

LMFAO they spoofed the Elinor Burkett incident from the Oscars last year!

@fardous:

So have I. LOVE the first one. Can’t wait to see the second.

@Media Wh@re MANiston:

OH! HAPPY BIRTHDAY MISS SHI!!

Truly, this is a special day for Shiloh …being her birthday today.
I am sure, the JP family is having fun time celebrating her natal day. AJ & BP will really make Shiloh’s day a memorable & meaningful one.
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By the way, I already watched KPF2 in 3D this afternoon (May 27, 2nd day of showing in the Philippines). Oh my God, this animation really made me laugh to the max. I thought I had already laughed too much on the first one (KFP1), but KFP2 is on another level plus with profound messages: inner peace & the life that one chooses. This movie imparts some good values to the audience yet it still entertain us without losing its message.
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I am planning to watch it again as I can’t get enough of it yet.
So to those who haven’t seen the movie, I am telling you, it’s worth every penny you pay for it. The laughter…. the enlightenment….whatever, is just AWESOME!

Unlike other actors heaing towards 50, Brad has not stagnated and become a parody of himself, he’s grown into his role of partner to Angelina and dad to their babes, he’s embraced a much larger world and is living outside the parochial, egocentric, superficial, artificial world many actors reside in. I fear he would have faded into the background a tad if it weren’t for his ability to continue to evolve, as partner and parent. He seems painfully aware of the many dangers his children are confronted with, not the least being their high media exposure and their ever insightful understanding of the paparazzi’s tireless rumours of a split between their parents. Brad has the heart and commitment to put his six babes first and if marriage would ease their fears I doubt he would hand his hat on a political statement about gay marriage being legalised before he and Ange wed, although they are committed this is not something their babes would be able to comprehend fully, marriage would help alleviate their fears of abandonment and rejection, children are very black and white in their thinking and to them married parets would help innoculate against the headlines of doom. Brad’s acting and outlook is so much cooler now, he’s not going to fade into oblivion and with a young, uniquely beautiful partner as his wife, they are the only two who could defy the odds and last the distance. After all, how many couples could survive the daily barrage of rumours and thrive…this dynamic and unsurpassed powerful duo, Angelina Joli and Brad Pitt were destined, and fitting with their individuality they will do the unexpected, not for the piece of paper but to shield the only humans on the planet who love them unconditionally and forever.

Brad is getting cooler, good to see Matt Damon is a loyal friend and both have this tougher edge about them, their real men not Hollywood pretend dudes. Sorry George C, your suits, manicured look and serial dating with no real commitment is a tad too reminiscent of Rock Hudson, gotta be real dude, whatever real may be.

Brad, your rock, being a dad and committed partner is sexy as hell. Nothing worse than seeing middle aged actors moving from one partner to the next, each move to a younger version in an attempt to appear young…it always has the reverse effect on image. That being said your lover will still be in her 30s when you turn 50, no need to fret Angelina Joli is truley unique, she’s 100 per cent committed, childhood lessons of rejection she will never repeat. The grass isn’t greener, on close inspection the illusion is just that, we all have faults, all human and beyond the initial red tinted frame of lust is the reality of human faults and weaknesses. No-one has it all, but your darn close!

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