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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 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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244 Responses to “Brad Pitt Walks With A Cane”

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  1. 126
    ZeeZee JP Says:

    lots of cute pictures here in celebration of Zahara’s 7th bday on Sunday!
    Sunday is Zahara Jolie-Pitt’s seventh birthday! She’s been growing up so fast surrounded her family, who love to travel. Just in the last year, Zahara’s been around the globe with her siblings sharing exciting days on set, park adventures, boat rides, and so much more. Take a look back at her adorable first seven years, including sweet moments with dad Brad Pitt and mom Angelina Jolie, and fun with brothers and sisters Shiloh, Maddox, Pax, Vivienne, and Knox!

  2. 127
    Laranjen Says:

    Get original–the ones on here always accusing others of posting under other names are doing that themselves. I don’t have trouble expressing myself and am proud to be Laranjen!

  3. 128
    stacey Says:

    Larenhen you are a bore like your idol the American SweetFART, go away to her site you fraud.

  4. 129
    Happy Birthday, Z! Says:

    I agree with most of these picks, but especially this one (bathrobe-so funny!!):

    Tyler Durden, Brad Pitt, Fight Club
    Who else could play Durden but Brad Pitt, who gives a wild, macho, untamed performance as the ultimate man’s man, the embodiment of a dude’s id? Pitt comes off as carelessly sexy and intense throughout the film, pulling off a waiter’s tux and a ratty woman’s bathrobe with equal panache.

    Buy Fight Club: A Novel from

  5. 130
    Happy Birthday, Z! Says:

    sorry- forgot link!

  6. 131
    art consultant Says:

    With all the breakups, it’s nice to see some engagements, too…Drew B seems ok- not a huge fan of her movies, but ET was good. I hope it works (I think this will be her 3rd or 4th marriage), BUT, the coolest thing is her fiance’s job- ART CONSULTANT! I’m not even sure what it is, but it sounds like a super-cool thing to do!! Have a great weekend & Happy Birthday to Zahara!!!!!

  7. 132
    pittstain&damegaforehead Says:

    Jajaj try hard Pittstain tried hard to get attention wit da side car and his giant onesie but Angie go out with her sons and pax has a toy gun gasp Pittstain getting fillers in a onesie or pittstain in a onesie wit pax and a side carstill cant generate da interest Angie can. Jajajja

  8. 133
    pittstain&damegaforehead Says:

    I can imagine many actors playing any part Pittstain has and doing it betta than Pittstain. His pr team has not fooled us all in to thinking he iz brilliant a actor. He might be da best America / Hollywood has to offer these days but dat is not saying much for Americans and hollywood@Happy Birthday, Z!:

  9. 134
    Lurker Says:

    Aww, Hope Brad gets better soon, Need to see his sexy self on the red carpet in next few months.

    On a side note, love you Brad but those ONSIE or Jumpsuit on whatever you want to call them, you have been sporting lately don’t do anything for me but look on the bright side, I am not Angie. Lol.

  10. 135
    MIMI Says:

    Wish Brad speedy recovery on his knee. Upcoming award events gonna be crazy for him. But Brad and Angie always rule the red carpet.

  11. 136
    Jaye Says:

    Yum @ 01/06/2012 at 7:37 am
    Don’t they say that Art imitates life? In life you gotta eat too.
    I think It’s about time to watch Fight Club again and I am so getting Moneyball dvd. What would Tyler Durden do? lol

  12. 137
    QQQQ Says:

    While Ticky’s one idiot fan go and on about about her stupid “of all time’ fake award.. AJ is being awarded for her work.
    For ten years Cinema for Peace supports around the world the struggle for human rights, social justice, humanitarian and environmental protection through films. Many of these projects are funded by donations to the Cinema for Peace Gala, which is now one of the most important film gala events in the world and has found among other offshoots in New York City and Los Angeles.
    The gala in Berlin with about 600 guests each year is the highlight. In the past ten years over three million euros have been collected for charitable purposes. In 2011, the actor and activist Sean Penn was honored for his excellent involvement in Haiti. A year earlier, the “Green Oscar” was awarded to Leonardo DiCaprio and former President Mikhail Gorbachev.
    The focus of this year’s Cinema for Peace Gala are especially Bosnia and Burma: That was the message in the film “In the Land of Blood and Honey” which is the directorial debut of Angelina Jolie, excellent for the struggle against war and genocide in particular. Bosnia is also a focus of the foundation work of the Cinema for Peace Foundation, which opened in November 2011 an office in Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina. This is mainly concerned with the investigation of the genocide in Srebrenica in 1995. As part of Documentation, 10,000 interviews with witnesses and survivors are led to the massacre extensively present. Then the interviews in an online library will be made available. They form the basis for a documentary. Students, scientists and non-government organizations will give you an extensive insight and background on the events of the massacre in Srebrenica during the war in former Yugoslavia.

    The Jury of the Cinema for Peace 2012, under the chairmanship of former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nobel Peace Prize (2005) Mohammed el-Baradei will award the “Cinema for Peace Award for the Most Valuable Movie of the Year” at Gala presented by Sir Bob Geldof.
    The “International Human Rights Film Award” goes to the 2012 human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi and the movie “The Lady” by Luc Besson, starring Michelle Yeoh in the lead role. The prize is awarded jointly by Amnesty International, Cinema for Peace and Human Rights Film Network awarded.
    The Cinema for Peace Gala will be held on 13 February 2012 at the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin under the auspices of the Fourteenth Dalai Lama. Special guests at the gala at the Konzerthaus Berlin in addition to the Angelina Jolie are Madame Catherine Deneuve, who was ten years first event was hosted by the Cinema for Peace Gala, and Sir Christopher Lee, Luis Moreno Ocampo, Council of Europe Goodwill Ambassador Bianca Jagger, and the German actor Katja Riemann, Jan Josef Liefers, Anna Loos, and many other renowned personalities expected.

  13. 138
    POOR TROLL Says:

    Angie is truly inspirational! So very proud of her. She deserves EVERY BEST THING in life. Ticky on the other hand. that’s KARMA for Miss Fugly. She is NOTHING BUT A JOKE. Even her fan is pathetic enough to rejoice her PAID AWARD. That is really SAD. HAHAHAHA

  14. 139
    Love B&A Says:

    ‘Moneyball’ Scores in BAFTA’s Film Awards’ Longlist
    By Stuart Kemp

    January 6, 2012

    Photo by Sony Pictures

    LONDON – The Brad Pitt-starrer “Moneyball” has fared well in the first round of voting ahead of this year’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ film awards.

    The baseball drama secured berths in major categories including best film, best director, best adapted screenplay and leading actor for Pitt when the longlist for this year’s British Academy Film Awards published Friday.

    Pitt is up against a heavyweight list to secure a best actor nomination berth with Ryan Gosling featuring twice in the list for turns in both “Drive” and “The Ides of March.”

    Also challenging is Antonio Banderas (“The Skin I Live In”), Brendan Gleeson (“The Guard”), Daniel Craig (“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”), Eddie Redmayne (“My Week with Marilyn”), Gary Oldman (“Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”), George Clooney (“The Descendants”), Jean Dujardin (“The Artist”), Leonardo DiCaprio (“J. Edgar”), Michael Fassbender (“Shame”), Owen Wilson (“Midnight in Paris”), Peter Mullan (“Tyrannosaur”) and Ralph Fiennes (“Coriolanus”).

    The longlist of best film entrants sports documentary “Senna” alongside “The Artist,” “The Descendants,” “Drive,” “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” “The Help,” “Hugo,” “The Ides of March,” “The Iron Lady,” “Midnight in Paris,” “Moneyball,” “My Week with Marilyn,” “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” “War Horse” and “We Need to Talk About Kevin.”

    The longlist is the result of a first round of voting by the 6300 strong Academy members that places the top 15 films in each major category.

    Best documentary, film not in the English language and outstanding British film lists are voted for by membership chapters.

    A second round of voting will cut the number of films to five in each category to be announced Jan. 17 as nominations.

    Following a third vote, the winners will be announced on Feb. 12 at the Orange British Academy Film Awards.

  15. 140
    Love B&A Says:


    Good read, thanks for the article!

  16. 141
    Love B&A Says:

    Thank you for posting this audio link to Angie’s interview. I really enjoyed it, so I will repost it just in case some fans missed listening to lovely Angie talking about ITLOBAH.

    You don’t get much more famous than Angelina Jolie. The acting roles that made her famous (the troubled teen in Girl Interrupted, the ass-kicking archeologist in Tomb Raider) have long been overshadowed by her personal life – the endless stream of chatter about her six children with Brad Pitt.

    But Jolie’s latest project found her behind the camera. In the Land of Blood and Honey is her directing and screenwriting debut. Set in the former Yugoslavia during the civil war of the 1990s, it follows a love story between a Bosnian Serb soldier and his Muslim prisoner. The film is violent, political, and it’s performed in Serbo-Croatian by a local cast. “I was so excited as an artist to work with other artists from former Yugoslovia,” Jolie says. “What could we learn from each other?”

    Some of the scenes of violence — particularly sexual violence — hit close to home for the actors playing the scenes. “They’re screaming and yelling at the women and pulling their coats off. As soon as we’d call cut, they’d put their coats back on them, they’d apologize,” Jolie remembers. “They were very uncomfortable. [But] the reason they played that is to show the violence against women.”

    “I love being behind the camera,” she says. But it was hard for her kids to take in. “They came to set and they said, ‘Why does it say director on your door?’ I didn’t even have an answer.”

  17. 142
    Jaye Says:

    Jen Crowned Best @ 01/05/2012 at 10:15 pm
    She got a crown? Huh! I just thought that was one of her weaves gone bad.
    Before I go bragging about this questionable honor, I’d consider the source. The backlash from this farce was epic. As if she weren’t enough of a laughingstock, this obvious publicity stunt, has cemented her title as the all time pathetic celebrity.
    I, frankly, don’t know how she can still hold her head up; she’s just one pitiful glutton for punishment. You know what kind of people keep humiliating themselves publicly? People who don’t have self-worth; at their core, they don’t like themselves. Her behavior and actions over the past years might be ok when you’re young and ‘finding’ yourself, but for a grown woman, it’s beyond sad.
    Her clueless fans should know that you don’t listen to what someone says as much as you watch what they do. Actions truly speak louder than words. Her actions still say, “I’m not good enough.” Maybe that was partly her mother’s fault, but she’s had the money, therapy and opportunity to be her own person instead of the wounded little girl who wasn’t pretty. H*ell maybe she should pay me instead of spending obscene amounts of money on psychiatrists over the years.
    So, when her PR people are paying for superficial ego stroking ‘honors’ and she’s lapping it up like a new born puppy licking at his mama’s teat, you gotta know she’s a desperate woman with an ailing ego.

  18. 143
    Love B&A Says:

    Sorry, I forgot to give the link to Angie’s interview, audio link.

  19. 144
    Love B&A Says:

    Great interview!

    Uploaded by LynnJPS on Jan 6, 2012

    Aniko Navai interviews Angelina Jolie in Budapest, Hungary. Originally aired on M1 Hungary on Jan. 2, 2012. Profuse thanks to Bev for the video!

  20. 145
    Love B&A Says:

    Part 2 of above interview.

  21. 146
    Love B&A Says:

    Part 3 of above interview!

    Uploaded by LynnJPS on Jan 6, 2012

    Aniko Navai interviews Angelina Jolie in Budapest, Hungary. Originally aired on M1 Hungary on Jan. 2, 2012. Profuse thanks to Bev for the video!

  22. 147
    Love B&A Says:

    I am only posting the JP related portions, there rest is at the link.

    Posted: Fri., Jan. 6, 2012, 4:00am PT
    Directors on directors
    Eye on the Oscars: Directors’ Roundup
    Bartlett Sher on “Moneyball”
    Directed by Bennett Miller
    No wonder Bennett Miller, Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill wanted to make this movie, because any artist worth a **** wants to make a film that says something like this, that posits that we can change in some basic way, the world. For if you analyze and prove that looking at slugging percentage and similar numbers and applying this info in a certain way, you can undermine the entire payment structure of baseball and overturn an entire structure for an industry, then you can make a revolution. And if that is true, what other new ways of thinking can we use to think differently, and think to change.
    And the real bravery of this film can be found in Bennett Miller’s storytelling. It has a genuine modesty, relying on real situations and real people in small rooms that don’t look powerful and expensive, but in these small, carefully designed offices, we see a struggle over what is an old way, and how to make a new one. Brad Pitt’s sly, understated charm and Jonah Hill’s awkward certainty push this change, and the genius cameo of Arliss Howard (for my money one of the great actors in America) show how cleverly “the man” or in this case the head of the Boston Red Sox, appropriates this revolution, and uses the “new idea” in the very cause that reinforces the oppression.
    Bennett Miller reminds me of a great conductor, a maestro, who trusts his players and knows how to find nuance and delicacy in this lovely, dark morality tale that tells you something about art and about commerce and about bravery, and I found it an inspirational and cautionary film, not too mention a damn good one.

    Diane Paulus on “Kung Fu Panda 2″
    Directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson
    I saw “Kung Fu Panda 2″ with my 7-year-old daughter. She was riveted, and I was too. The action sequences are gripping, the sweeping shots of China are lush and atmospheric; and, of course, there is an emotional story about a panda exploring his own identity. Po is a lovable hero — a no-nonsense fighter, but a cuddly bear at the same time. As his voice, Jack Black strikes the perfect tone. Po’s gang of Kung Fu fighters, the Furious Five, are very cool, especially the Tigress. The movie never lags, and the 90 minutes fly by. My daughter insightfully remarked how important it was that Po found his “inner peace.” Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson brings all of these elements together to successfully create a fun, adventure filled action film, which also packs a philosophical punch.

  23. 148
    Laranjen Says:

    OMG just saw where Johnny an Vanessa may be splitsville–always thought of Johnny as the male version of Anj-won’t be long till they get together after she tells Brad and his onesie adios. We all saw Brads silly nonstop grin on the movie set this summer around the assistant.
    Midlife crisis? Goodbye Brad …go be Ashton cause Jen doesn’t want you back either !

  24. 149
    Just Asking Says:

    What time does the red carpet start tomorrow? I wanna be at home in time for the red carpet.

  25. 150
    briseis Says:

    Jen doesn’t want Brad back? Please! She’d sell her mother, Dolly, her ACC, throw Justin under the bus to get Brad, Plan B and his Triple A-list status back into her life.

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