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Brad Pitt: 'Moneyball' Screening with Jonah Hill!

Brad Pitt: 'Moneyball' Screening with Jonah Hill!

Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill snap a photo together as they arrive at Sony Pictures Studios on Monday (December 19) in Culver City, Calif.

The actors, 48 and 28, took part in a Q&A session and a screening of their latest movie, Moneyball. They later dined at Dan Tana’s.

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Brad was recently nominated for a SAG award and a Golden Globe for his work on the film!

Brad is back in L.A. after spending the weekend celebrating his birthday with family in Las Vegas.

Bigger pic inside…

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  • sofia

    Love you Brad!! :)

  • Ziprexa

    Wow!! He has Mickey Mouse faceshape here lol. I love you Brad!!!

  • marina

    Good luck in the award season for your movies, Brad!

  • Tree

    Awe, both are so cute.

  • teri

    Love this movie.

  • sayangsarina

    Hot as ever!!!!!

  • French


  • Lara

    The bromance lives on, love Brad and Jonah. Hope they win big!

  • teri

    Brad is still as handsome as ever!!!

  • Lauren

    I thought Jonah was nominated for awards as well.

  • Jones

    Bringing this other from the previous thread:
    Regarding Tavis Smiley, I don’t know how it is for fans in other regions, but the interview with Angelina and Zana Marjanovic aired yesterday evening (12/19) on the Tavis Smiley Show on PBS. He does make the full interviews with his guests available online 24 hours after it airs.

  • Passing Through

    # 13 Jones @ 12/20/2011 at 10:18 am
    My PBS station doesn’t carry Tavis Smiley so I’ll have to wait for someone to upload it to YouTube. None of my local stations carry Anderson Cooper either, so I’ll have to YouTube that as well. Total bummerage…

  • but.. but.. but

    @Fan or Foe:

    maybe because some of the JP fans are interested in discussing other things. If you don’t like the content then get off you tush and post information. If you are not contributing to the site and keeping it alive then maybe you should STFU and stop complaining about the people that spend their free time finding stuff and posting it. I notice the lurkers are the ones that spout off. but they never post any news or pictures. You sound like a tick. feeding all their work. Brad and Angie have a tick on them.. now it seems the fans have a tick too.

  • Lara

    I only use my (one) name to post under. How may are you using today?
    Changing names to agree with yourself now.

  • G

    I see Tristan!

  • ..

    They seem pretty close. I wonder if Jonah ever got a chance to meet angie and the kids. Crossing my fingers for brad and angie to win at least 1 award.

  • but.. but.. but

    @Fan or Foe:

    then you should post stuff there not here. Why all the divide between fans. Come on. there are enough haters. why try to down a site that is pro Brad/Angie.

  • gush

    Tom C is going around saying how much he loves Katie H- will Nichole K going crying to the press? Mimi R?? Will Tom have to “apologize” for saying something nice about Katie? Of course Tom (& others) can say whatever they want about their life- just not the JPs. The double standard for the JPs is so appalling, even seeing other celebs do press is a BIG reminder of how nasty and gross and what a user granny manny is- ugh!

  • cas

    How many screening of Moneyball will there be. Why has the movie had only limited release in the UK.

  • Piper

    i cannot believe i have yet to see this movie!! heard a lot of good things about it, too. it’s now officially one of my to-dos over the Xmas holiday.

  • Birthday Boys

    Jonah’s birthday is today (he turns 28)- he & Brad are exactly 20 years & 2 days apart- kinda cool! I really like Brad & Jonah together in interviews…the one with B Miller on C Rose was fantastic. If you haven’t seen this movie yet, do yourself a favor & GO!!!!!

  • tish

    Excellent movie .a must see. Just wanted to say i am so thrilled for both Brad and Johna.

  • tish

    @Passing Through:

    @PT, I am the same as you. I didn’t get to see it as was not on the channel expected. So hope it is on Utube . Also seeing that Jones said (tks Jones:)
    that it is repeated on PBC i will recheck to se if my time was off.
    I hear you it’s a bummer when you miss anything Brad and Angie related on tv…Good luck..

  • Jones

    I’m sure Angie and Zana’s interview on Tavis Smiley will be up on YouTube soon. I noticed he has past interviews from his show available there. I’ll try to upload it if I can, but it will be difficult to do at work. Chances are, someone will probably beat me to it.

  • fyi

    Last night was Moneyball screening to the Academy.

  • truth

    LOLing at the haters. They are trying so hard to find something wrong with Brad and Angie or trying to find a way to bring us JP fans down. The old saying misery loves company. They ahve a right to be miserable but JP fans have only reason to celebrate. Poor pathetic Ticky fans. Will they never be able to move on?????

  • tish


    I think Angie being the wife who took the children to the movie set and too all couples have to like someone enough to agree to allow them to stay in their home which they did for Johna.
    .Johna stayed in Theri Nola home when doing another movie after MoneyBall.
    IMO Angie is a private person but in no way unfriendly or not liked by her peers.

  • Jen

    Reposting Jones’ (#253 previous Brad thread)
    Thank you Jones for this Tavis Smiley interview link.

    Regarding Tavis Smiley, I don’t know how it is for fans in other regions, but the interview with Angelina and Zana Marjanovic aired yesterday (12/19) on the Tavis Smiley Show on PBS. He does make the full interviews with his guests available online 24 hours after it airs.

  • Jen

    I apologize for duplicating your post Jones. I posted w/o reading the entire thread. I didn’t want anyone to miss that show. It was excellent.
    Thank you again for sharing it with us.

  • anoble

    Kudos to Brad and Jonah – great movie!

    thanks to the fans for the vid links and articles. LOVE YA, NELEH!

    Happy Tuesday afternoon to everyone

  • Jen

    Love Brad and can’t get enough of him. What a gorgeous, sweet man.
    Happy for Jonah as well.

  • Love B&A
  • Love B&A

    Full article at link.

    Oscarmetrics: The Case for Brad Pitt, Plus Six Questions That Could Reshape the Race
    Posted Tuesday, December 20, 2011 12:00 PM Mark Harris

    The next month of the Oscar campaign — from today until January 13, when nomination balloting closes — is in some ways the most interesting phase of the process. There are no more tea leaves to read, no more wild cards, no more embargoes on the expression of opinion, no more “precursor” awards that could seriously reshape the race. As Hollywood shuts down for a vacation, thousands of Academy voters will watch the contenders — or, more importantly, decide which contenders they feel like watching. And the tectonic shifts that result can be so gradual that you won’t know anything has changed until you realize a couple of weeks from now that a particular movie has somehow lost momentum or pushed forward in the pack.

    Every season inevitably becomes a narrative of narrowing. In September, it still feels possible for any movie or performance to stake a claim on pure merit. In December, that’s no longer true: Voters hate to waste their votes, so they tend to mass overwhelmingly behind candidates that the nexus of ads, campaigns, and other awards have told them are viable. Suddenly, trusting their own passions and instincts can seem futile.
    The Case for Brad Pitt in Tree of Life

    That’s particularly heartbreaking in the acting branch, where, at this time of year, I always want to tell the voters, “Forget everything you’ve heard so far and just vote for greatness wherever you find it.” As an example, I’ll cite the single best piece of screen acting I saw this year: Brad Pitt in The Tree of Life. So far, this performance has not figured in the Best Supporting Actor race at all. It should.

    The man Pitt plays — a working father in 1950s Texas — is anything but ordinary to the son who alternately reveres, fears, and despises him, all for good reason. For some stars, playing “normal” is an excuse either to showboat or to condescend. Actors with Pitt’s magnetism often opt for ostentatious metamorphoses when they’re portraying just-plain-folks; they prioritize their own transformations in a way that invites you to admire the stretch rather than connect to the character. In Tree of Life, Pitt takes a much harder road. He changes the set of his mouth and brow into a mask of middle-aged anger and defense, shutting down his charisma in the service of exploring someone whose stern authority over his children only half-conceals his sense of narcissistic injury. This is a man who feels that he was robbed of his chance to be a success; he’s a thwarted monarch who’s livid that his only realm is the dinner table. It’s the best kind of transformative acting, because watching him, you don’t think “I’d never have guessed this was Brad Pitt.” You think, “I’d never have guessed Brad Pitt was this man.”

    Given a role with such wrenching father-son dynamics, it must have been tremendously tempting to play only the red-meat stuff — the explosions, the clenched need for control, the abusiveness, the small tyrannies. Pitt does all that impeccably, but he never forgets that the inadequate father he’s playing is also a man who cares for his children, who teaches them things, who can’t bear not to be a good provider. Pitt doesn’t soft-pedal the character’s potential for cruelty, but he lives so deep inside the role that even when he’s behaving monstrously, he lets you see the self-loathing, the sense that he’s nursing a wound that will never heal. Nobody in the Supporting Actor category did more nuanced, layered, complicated work this year. But instead of being at the center of the discussion, his performance is on the fringes, because the system has decided that Pitt will be “taken care of” with a Best Actor nomination for Moneyball. He deserves that nomination. He deserves this one even more.

    End of pitch. Now, back to the down-and-dirty.
    Half a dozen questions that won’t be answered until 2012


  • tish

    Love Brad and Jonha as a team. From all interviews you could tell they made a great friendship.

    Hi Anoble:)

    Happy Holidays to you and your Family. Miss seeing you here. xx.

    Nelah, hey there hon, Thanking you for sharing your JP pics/articles, just your enormous generously with us JJ Fans.
    You have a beautiful site. Big Congrats .for a wonderful job very well done.
    Hugs xo Happy Holidays to You and Family.
    hope to talk to you ladies again soon.

  • Brad is Great

    Tom Cruise told David Letterman that he thinks Brad’s a great dad, saying, “[He's a] talented, terrific guy . . . He’s always incredible with my kids and he couldn’t wait to be a father. I think he’s really happy with all those kids.”

    cr PopSugar

  • delurk

    Brad is gorgeous , the man never ages. MoneyBall is a film that should not be missed. Great movie.

  • Jones

    @Love B&A – Thanks so much for posting the link to the interview which is now available online. Such a great interview with Angelina and Zana. Hope everyone is able to view it. Tavis loved the film and had nothing but complimentary things to say about Angie’s directorial debut and Zana’s performance. He’s totally Team Angie!

  • thelookoflove1365

    I’ve watched the interview withTavis Smiley and the way Angie and Zana explained things about the movie, made me teary eye already. I am so excited to watch the movie but I’ve google the Seattle area last night and it looked as if it is not even showing here. I am on xmas vacay and I would love to watch it on the first day.
    Glad that Brad had family time on his bday. I think the kids had a wonderful time watching the musical. All 6 children are well behaved; no tantrums, like some other celebrity kids.

  • anoble


    Thanks for the shout-out. Happy Holidays to you and yours as well.

    I have missed posting here the last couple of years (lol haven’t missed the haters and the drama…looks like I am already “losing” points for supporting neleh…good thing “thumbs up or down” don’t matter in the grand scheme) but I have greatly missed the sincere fans.

  • QQQQ

    thelookoflove1365 @ 12/20/2011
    It’s only opening in 3 theaters on the 23rd. 2 in NYC and one in LA. It opens wider in January.

  • trt

    Don’t worry, anoble. Most of the fans have gone into lurk mode but are still here.

  • trt

    I bet most of the theater goers will be celebrities and politically inclined people who are curious to see what Angie has done. There’ll be fans and trolls as well.

    Will wait for the movie to get here in OC, CA. Hope the film gets noticed by the Oscar people and Angie gets rave reviews.

  • Jones

    Hate to give Lamey hits, but she’s got video of Brad and Angie groovin’ to a Balkin band at a L.A. party for the film, 72 Days by Danilo Serbedzija. They’re both drinking wine, dancing and having fun. Pretty cute:

  • Love B&A

    All segments of the Anderson Cooper interview is at his site.

  • Passing Through

    # 47 Love B&A @ 12/20/2011 at 1:20 pm
    Thanks. I’ll watch it tonight when I get home.

  • tish

    Does anybody know and this is important to me so please if you think you have the answer i would really appreciate it.

    Why do the bit.c.hy Fans and i call them this b/c there have been some very mean comments inferred about other loyal Fans. So why do they come here to JJ’s to carry on about other A and B sites re: problems or beefs with other loyal members.

    How many times do you have to be told if you don’t like reading a certain Fans post ( at your own site).. than DON”T. All of this seems so petty, and totally ungrateful for the others who work so hard to bring a site together..

    Cmon Fans, as i read previous we do have enough hateful ticky lovahs who have been fooled time and time again by her boughten agent who pays millions for phoney awards etc . Why are you bringing your misery here????????????????????? Bring it to the sourse of your problems please. What the ell do you think any of us can do about problems YOU own.
    Last we don’t need or want it here..P.E.R.I.O.D.

    To those complaining nonstop…Hopefully You All Can Enjoy Your Holidays..

  • Love B&A


    Thank you! They look adorable and they seem to be having a great time!

  • Passing Through

    # 48 Love B&A @ 12/20/2011 at 1:28 pm
    Great piece from the guy at Grantland. ITA with him. Brad deserves TWO nominations this year and given that TOL seems to be in the mix for Picture, Director, Screenplay and Cinematography maybe AMPAS members will finally take note that it’s Brad’s performance the propels the movie forward and fittingly juxtaposes the dreamier, more religious aspects of the movie.

  • tish


    Thank Jones, that was so cute and they are having a blast..just like everyday ppl. Yep even tho they are huge icons they are just like you and me and the rest of us and like a to party and have fun.
    I never give Lamey hits but did this once b/c this was rare.

    Thanks for all the friendly informative posts too.,always enjoy them.

    Merry Christmas .. Happy Holidays to you and your Family.:)

  • Passing Through

    # 50 Brad is Great @ 12/20/2011 at 1:39 pm
    Why was Tiny Tom even talking about Brad? Coattail riding like everybody else, that’s why. He’s pimping MI4 like it’s the last movie he’ll ever make. He NEEDS for it to be a bigger success than Knight & Day – more for his ego than the studio heads financing his flix. He’s not top dog anymore and he’d sell Suri down the river to get that back, so that makes Brad even more expendable.