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Brad Pitt Walks With A Cane

Brad Pitt Walks With A Cane

Brad Pitt has been spotted walking around with a cane on private property on Thursday (January 5) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

“He tore his MCL,” a source exclusively tells JustJared.com. The MCL is short for medial collateral ligament, one of four ligaments that stabilizes the knee joint.

Over the weekend, the 48-year-old actor picked up some groceries with son Pax in his new sidecar motorcycle.

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The L.A. Times reports that Brad‘s upcoming film, World War Z, may become a franchise.

Paramount sees the zombie thriller “as a trilogy that would have the grounded, gun-metal realism of, say, [Matt] Damon‘s Jason Bourne series tethered to the unsettling end-times vibe of AMC’s The Walking Dead.”

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# 1
fan megan fox @ 01/05/2012 at 3:15 pm

i love blog just jared

# 2

So disappointed in Paramount…anyone who read World War Z knows it is not some bit action blockbuster cash cow.

It is a survival story and a story about denial. It is a realistic account after the fact of how the world would exist and react in the case of a zombie war.

Fools.

# 3
frensh girl @ 01/05/2012 at 3:17 pm

God he is so sexy .

# 4

Oh dear, the hens are already here nagging on BP.

# 5

Hope Brad will get better quickly. I am ready for Saturday’s Palm Spring’s award.

# 6

Awww poor Brad, wonder what happened to him? Sure Angie will kiss it all better.

# 7

see how predictable the derps are?
herp derps

# 8
POOR TROLL @ 01/05/2012 at 3:35 pm

ANUSTON is a b.iatch and EVERYONE IN HW KNOWS THAT. No wonder why she doesn’t have a JOB anymore. Poor JenHO, old, leathery and ugly inside and out. The best thing about this is that Brad Pitt and 20 other men DUMPED HER. BWAHAHAHHA I guess they don’t like her beautiful body huh? Nyahahaha

# 9
POOR TROLL @ 01/05/2012 at 3:37 pm

No matter how much you try troll, your post will disappear in less than a minute. That’s how many JP fans are at JJ. So get lost and move along. LOL Sucks to be a hen huh? Loony Anuston paid poster. BWAHAHAHA

Looks like Brad is working on something like building something. In Charlie Rose interview he said something designee. He is wearing the overalls lately, I guess he is building something.

Angelina will be at a screening of ITLOBAH in Washingston D. C on Jan 10. Brad is expected to receive Best Actor from NYFCC in New York city on Jan. 9, possibly they both will attend both events.

Looking sexy, papa Pitt. Okay, Ryan Reynolds and Jason Trawick will soon be seen wearing Jumpsuits, lol.

Hey, where did the pictures go?

Media Wh@re MANiston @ 01/05/2012 at 3:47 pm

I hope he will get better. Need him on the RC. As for the name changing trolls, just suck it.

MCL tear? wow, that is pretty serious.
doing what though?

this “source” knows it’s a MCL tear but won’t say exactly how?

Media Wh@re MANiston @ 01/05/2012 at 3:52 pm

JustJoke @ 01/05/2012 at 3:49 pm

He’s with the cane today. Maybe he got hurt today or after he drove yesterday.

jared not got the money for these pics again eh?
they have disappeared.

either that or this site is messed up.

@love B&A, please bring over those videos to this thread, I cannot do it. I want the troll(s) to listen to those videos and go totally insane this evening. The hens are on our thread trying to disrupt the thread. Let’s give them something to talk about. They really believe we care what they have to say, how foolish can trolls be. They don’t understand they are only white noise that are ignored.

Jared removed the pictures. Brad looks hot even with a cane. Fingers crossed he will be recovered by Saturday with his finest self on the stage to get Achievement Actor Award honor.

@Rose:

Rose, OK anything to tick off the Ticky hens. Here are the videos from Nancy talking about Ticky when she allowed her to live in her apartment in NYC & how Ticky treated her years later. This woman aka Jennypoo is a sad sack of a woman & is pathetic! Obviously all her lies, manipulations back fired & is branded as HW’s biggest fraud! Just ask Nancy when she allowed her to live with her in NYC and how she repayed her supposed BFF!. She makes me sick!

@Rose:

Here is part one by Nancy, her roommate in NYC spilling the beans about the fraud and needing to be “f*ckable” and stuffing raw chicken breast in her bras. WTF. This is the link to part 1, you can watch the rest by following the link. Rose I will post part 3 as well,my next post OK :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utMfxPi3uFo

Part2 if JJ allows it to go through?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Abrdz2DjmXQ

@ Rose, to continue with Nancy the roommates videos. Here is part 3.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=_EWEOVVvMnQ&NR=1

Brad seems walk just fine, maybe just a little bit knee problem. Brad hurt his leg when making Troy. I wonder it is the same leg.

@de Cosmos @ 01/05/2012 at 4:21 pm

Nyahaha don’t upset the hen! She cannot handle it when she finds out that Brad and Angie had sex. Remember Brad is not the father of Shi and the twins. Lunatic that they are. And yet they call us LOONS. LOL

I heard that Stumpy had a hair transplant and Ticky a chin removal. Bwahahaha

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/race/wga-award-nominations-ineligible-artist-shame-278721

WGA Award Noms of Limited Value for Forecasting Screenplay Oscar Noms (Analysis)

A short time ago, the Writers Guild of America announced its nominees for the 64th annual WGA Awards, which celebrate the year’s best adapted and original screenplays. The nominees will be feted and the winners announced on February 19 during simultaneous ceremonies on both coasts.

This year’s nominees for best adapted screenplay are: The Descendants (Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Steven Zaillian), The Help (Tate Taylor), Hugo (John Logan), and Moneyball (Steven Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin, Stan Chervin).

And this year’s nominees for best original screenplay are: 50/50 (Will Reiser), Bridesmaids (Annie Mumolo, Kristen Wiig), Midnight in Paris (Woody Allen), Win Win (Tom McCarthy, Joe Tiboni), and Young Adult (Diablo Cody) — all comedies!
While most of the various guilds tend to be the most accurate predictors of what the Academy will nominate in its corresponding categories, that is not the case with the WGA, which has always had quirky eligibility requirements that wind up disqualifying many of the top Oscar-contending screenplays. For instance, because the guild only honors screenplays that were produced by WGA members under WGA guidelines, only 33 adapted screenplays and 55 original screenplays appeared on this year’s WGA ballot, and many of the year’s most celebrated screenplays — both adapted (i.e. Albert Nobbs, Carnage, Drive, Jane Eyre, My Week with Marilyn, Sarah’s Key, The Skin I Live In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) and original (i.e. The Artist, Beginners, The Iron Lady, The Lady, Like Crazy, Margin Call, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Melancholia, Rango, A Separation, Shame, Take Shelter) — were not among them.

Consequently, at least one or two WGA nominees — and sometimes more — are booted each year by the Academy in favor of films that the WGA refused to consider. This year will be no exception. With the Academy’s writing branch, The Artist is a slam-dunk lock for an original screenplay nomination (in fact, it will probably win), and Beginners has at least as good a shot as several of the WGA’s selections at scoring a nomination in the category, as well. Additionally, A Separation and Drive are real dark horses to score original and adapted Oscar noms, as well.

So is there anything of substance that we can deduce from today’s WGA nominations? Yes — by looking at which screenplays were on the WGA ballot but still missed.

Most prominent among them is War Horse, which Richard Curtis and Lee Hall adapted from a best-selling novel and acclaimed play. I’m told that WGA members received screeners of the film — unlike The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Hugo, and Moneyball — which makes it absence from the list of nominees an even more noteworthy snub. The bottom line is that the film isn’t doing well with the precursor awards. Yes, it scored a PGA Award nomination, which is important, but the fact that both the Art Directors Guild and now the WGA have both passed on it is not a good sign, since it is the Academy’s below-the-line branches, as opposed to its acting branch, that is likely to provide the majority of the film’s support. I still think it will wind up with a best picture Oscar nomination — Spielberg’s Munich (2005) also failed to click with many of the guilds, including the WGA, but still wound up a best adapted screenplay and best picture Oscar nominee — but it’s not going to be as strong of a threat to The Artist as I thought it might be.

Another film that took a big hit today was The Tree of Life, which Terrence Malick wrote and directed. While some people love the abstract film, which is a meditation on life and the universe that lacks a traditional narrative, others despise it. Because best picture Oscar voting rewards extreme passion (a nomination now requires only 250 first-place votes), it remains possible that the film could still score a nod, but the fact that it has now been passed over by both the PGA and WGA is not a good sign.

Among the other eligible screenplays that the WGA took a pass on were Contagion, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Ides of March, J. Edgar, and We Need to Talk About Kevin.

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