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Brad Pitt: Angelina Jolie Wedding Will Happen 'Soon'

Brad Pitt: Angelina Jolie Wedding Will Happen 'Soon'

Brad Pitt smiles while being interviewed on Good Morning America on Tuesday (November 27) in New York City.

The 48-year-old actor, who is in the Big Apple for a short trip to promote his new film Killing Them Softly, talked about his upcoming wedding to Angelina Jolie at his premiere the night before.

“I am getting more pressure from my kids, and it is something I want to do within their lifetime, but I also feel like the time has come,” Brad told People.

“The time is nigh,” he added. “It’s soon. I got a good feeling about it.”

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  • ashby

    If no one gave a f*ck, then he wouldn’t be constantly asked about it.

  • CLINIQUA

    But when you have a family and children, you kind of see yourself reflected in them. I want to make the kinds of movies that my kids are proud of. I have higher standards, in a way, for them.”
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    Nope, that’s not Brad. Fooled you didn’t I? Guess who? Ben ‘Poser’ Affleck. This fcker Affleck is basically just regurgitating Brad’s every sentence now verbatim. Ugh. LOATHE.

  • Passing Through

    # 210 plez @ 11/28/2012 at 9:55 am
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    I think Brad meant that for HIM it’ll be about scheduling and time allocation – not Fincher. Disney is interested in the project that the budget Fincher’s asking for – as long as he’s got Brad on board. If Fincher doesn’t get Brad then Disney wants to reconsider the budget. Considering they just spent damned near $300MIL on Depp’s Lone Ranger movie they’re being very cautious with other tentpole live action flix until they find out how much of that they’re going to recoup when the movie comes out next summer.

  • CLINIQUA

    http://www.celebitchy.com/265601/ben_affleck_is_ews_entertainer_of_the_year_my_wife_is_a_very_polite_and_kind_woman/#comment-13067870
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    The comment section on Affloxious, is like music to my ears. lol Enjoy. Seriously, it’s like I’ve written every single comment. Glad to see there’s a consensus on his douchebaggery.

  • carry

    lol why you dislike benno much just have to ask?
    benno is a copy cat who bash in one side who copy in the other the worst kind but he is pimping and pimping to the hell and back so … hahahha i don’t care about him but you seem to loaht him just want to know why
    btw I love days

  • carry

    @CLINIQUA: that was the evil part. His people are stalking JPs just watch their all movies from that so called “sweet” wife I don’t by monker for her anymore I was for a bit and him too. stalkers. They are doing every thing from maniston book. That part I dislike

  • carry

    moves not movies

  • awwww

    Brad looks great

  • carry

    I hope he loses. He is too much even George wasn’t like this. I dislike the types Yck.

  • a lurker

    Brad told Extra at the red carpet Zahara and Vivi are in Maleficent.

  • Passing Through

    # 221 So @ 11/28/2012 at 12:00 pm
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    I saw that Cate Blanchett is playing the evil stepmother in the Cinderella movie. I guess that makes all the big actresses now that will played an evil character in a children’s fairy tale movie. It’s like that’s all that’s being written for women these days. Pretty effin’ sad…except…you’ll notice that ANGIE is the only one of these actresses who’s movie is about HER character and she’s not just a supporting player. Sorry Hyena, Charlize and Cate. The truth is Angie is the only true A-list movie actress these days. The rest of these women are all Oscar winners just like Angie is but only Angie gets the lead in these big budget flix. I hope knowing that gives the trolls a bad case of the runs…

  • carry

    @fyi: Looking forward for Brad intervie with CM too. Usually those interviews with her is longer. Angie did longer. I think he is with JG so I hope she asked him some questions about personal things that we want to know too.lol yeah

  • carry

    I think Angie will talk about Z and viv parts when it is time for her to promote or something since it is her movie they have the tiny roles…

  • annon

    http://collider.com/brad-pitt-20000-leagues-under-the-sea-david-fincher/214234/
    Brad Pitt Says He’d Love to Reteam with David Fincher on 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA
    Those hoping for another Brad Pitt/David Fincher collaboration in the near future have reason to keep their fingers crossed. Fincher has been developing a big-budget remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Disney for quite some time, and last month we reported that the Mouse House was set to take a close look at the project for greenlight consideration while Fincher was courting Pitt for a lead role. Now Pitt himself has spoken up about the prospect, and he sounds enthusiastic about teaming up with his Fight Club director for a fourth time. Hit the jump to see what he had to say.
    Speaking with MTV, Pitt was asked if he would be joining Fincher’s 20,000 Leagues redo:

    “I’d love to I mean, he’s my man. He’s got a great take on it. That’s just gonna be about schedule and time allocation, but he’s my man.”

    It’s no secret that Pitt and Fincher are close friends, and I’m fascinated by the prospect of Fincher taking on a large-scale adventure project. The director previously stated that the film would be shot in 3D and would probably 70% comprised of CG, and the role that Fincher has earmarked for Pitt is apparently that of Ned Land who was played by Kirk Douglas in the 1954 adaptation. Seven scribe Andrew Kevin Walker penned the most recent draft of the script, so should scheduling work out with Pitt this would make for a fun reunion of sorts from the team behind the serial killer classic.

    Pitt is finishing up reshoots on World War Z at the moment but currently isn’t firmly attached to anything for his next project. I imagine the scheduling also depends on what Angelina Jolie has coming up, but I sincerely hope things come together for this one.

  • Passing Through

    # 230 Phool @ 11/28/2012 at 12:29 pm
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    Halle says she’s thinking of retiring from acting? She means in front of the cameras, right? Cuz…I’m pretty sure she’s been putting on a pretty good show off-camera since she became famous…especially since she got what she wanted from GA, dumped him and brought on the “I just want to keep my baby safe!” crocodile tears…

  • anustin

    oh lordy,HB prepare ur words when nahla ask you all about her daddys beatin face.

  • Open it

    This man can’t speak. Mumbles, incoherent, can’t tie in two thoughts without his tongue getting in the way. He’s useless.

  • yeah,baby

    He can mumble all he wants to me n use that tongue all over me toooo

  • Passing Through

    # 231 Phool @ 11/28/2012 at 12:30 pm
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    It wasn’t actually a case of Damon name-dropping Brad. I saw the video and he was asked about going to find Brad when he’d heard Brad was down the hall doing interviews. He didn’t bring it up on his own.
    .
    As for what I think Perv-o Richardson was doing at the KTS premiere – I already mocked that the other night. Meanwhile I read on another site that he’s friends with Georgina Chapman – Mrs. Disgusting Fat Pig Scumbag, er, Harvey Weinstein – who, of course, designs Marchesa. That makes perfect sense because Perv-o probably funnels actress-wannabes to Harvey so he can make them w h o r e themselves to him in search of their “big break”. You know how pervs are – gotta look out for fresh meat for each other…

  • Passing Through

    # 232 Phool @ 11/28/2012 at 12:31 pm
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    Meh. That’s eye-roll inducing even for the NE. Squiggy wears $1100 per pair for Balmain jeans? There’s a fool born every second (Ticky) and it’s not HIS money so what does he care how much they cost? This is a guy who routinely went to fashion shows with his stylist girlfriend and dressed in holey t-shirts and Salvation Army store reject jeans. Now that he’s hit the jackpot with his a woman dumb enough to buy him anything he wants to keep him from fleeing back to NYC – why wouldn’t he buy $1100 jeans? I hope he buys a few thousand pairs of the suckers. Sticking your weiner in Ticky more thanonce ought to be rewarded. For Brad that reward was no longer sticking his weenie Ticky. For Squiggy NE says it’s $1100 Balmail jeans…to go with his new $140K Porsche and his $200K Mercedes that he got LAST YEAR. It’s a small price to pay to be able to live in a $35MIL Bel Air Brad Pitt-wannabe-design mansion and sit on Brad Pitt-inspired “uncomfortable” furniture purchased at a store your fiancee’s ex-husband used to furnish their olf house. Ya gotta give up sumpin’ to get sumpin’ in this world. Squig’s gave up his pride…such as it was…and in return he gets to spend, spend spend for giving Ticky the ability to say she’s no longer a total loser in love. Ya gotta love quid pro quo.

  • Passing Through

    # 234 CLINIQUA @ 11/28/2012 at 12:34 pm
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    I used to subscribe to EW. They’ve been doing the Entertainer of the Year since the mag came out. IIRC their first winner was Bart Simpson. Last year it was Daniel Radcliffe – it was the last HP movie and they gave it to him for the entire series. Other winners have been Sandy Bullock, Spielberg, Denzel, Leo, Tom Hanks, Ellen DeGeneres, RDJ…but oddly…never Okra that I can remember…
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    Choosing Affleck though? EW’s owned by Time Warner, Inc. Warner Brother’s is the producer of Argo. Do the math.

  • Passing Through

    # 242 Frenchy @ 11/28/2012 at 1:06 pm
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    Thanks Frenchy. I hadn’seen that story. So the tweets, not surprisingly, got it wrong and it was Z and not Viv…how somoene could mistake the two is beyond me, but whatevs…

  • Passing Through

    # 273 Poor Passing Through @ 11/28/2012 at 4:19 pm
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    Poor stupid stalker. Notice how each of my posts was in reply to comments made my others. Ergo, why aren’t you accusing THEM of not being able to say “on topic”? If you simply must stalk me – try not to sound so stoopid. I know that’s a stretch…but we live in hope…

  • Yoco

    @CLINIQUA: Entertainment Weekly has had the list several years. Brad made the list in 2011.Angie made the list in 2007 (article in JJ archives.) Just because you don’t like Afleck that is no reason to insult EW by comparing it to that men’s. magazine that that featured Maniston.BTW both. Brad and Angie have done great interviews with EW unlike People. magazine their interviews aren’t filled with rumors ,hearsay and gossip

  • Passing Through

    Hmmmm…can’t help but to read a little Ticky-dumping dig into Brad’s last comment. He explored with the marriage and realized he needed OUT of it…
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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/28/brad-pitt-killing-them-softly_n_2206478.html
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    Brad Pitt, ‘Killing Them Softly’ Star, On Staying Relevant
    By JAKE COYLE 11/28/12 02:46 PM ET EST

    NEW YORK — The face is hardly wrinkled and the long blond locks appear unchanged, but Brad Pitt, who will turn 49 in December, is increasingly preoccupied with the passage of time and the thought that his rarefied place in movies is fleeting.

    It’s now been more than 20 years since Pitt broke out as the heartthrob of “Thelma & Louise.” While nothing has diminished his status as one of the few genuine movie stars on the planet, Pitt says he’s now working as if an expiration date lurks.

    “I’m definitely past halfway,” says Pitt. “I think about it very much as a father. You just want to be around to see (your children) do everything. If I have so many days left, how am I filling those days? I’ve been agonizing over that one a bit like I never have before.”

    But that sense of urgency has helped fuel some of Pitt’s best, most daring work, including his new film, “Killing Them Softly.” It’s his second with Andrew Dominik, the New Zealand-born director of “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.” In the adaption of George V. Higgins’ 1974 crime novel, “Cogan’s Trade,” Pitt plays a hit man operating in a shabby underworld of image-conscious gangsters.

    It’s almost surprising how few blockbusters Pitt has starred in over the last decade. Instead, he’s gravitated toward working with revered directors like Terrence Malick (“Tree of Life”) and the Coen brothers, and shaping his opportunities by producing them. His production company, Plan B, produced both “Jesse James” and “Killing Them Softly,” as well as many of his films in between.

    More often than not, he’s sought to downplay his glamor, a track begun with David Fincher’s “Fight Club” and extended with ruminations on celebrity (Dominik’s “Jesse James”) and more character actor roles than most leading men would dare (his ditzy personal trainer in the Coens’ “Burn After Reading,” his Nazi-killing lieutenant in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds”). “Killing Them Softly,” too, is an ensemble, with James Gandolfini, Richard Jenkins, Ray Liotta, Scoot McNairy and Ben Mendelsohn.

    Even in last year’s performance as Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane in “Moneyball” (for which he landed his third Oscar nomination), Pitt deliberately played it low-key.

    “Life is more interesting,” says the Missouri-bred Pitt. “I enjoy the fantasy; I enjoy when everyone wins. I just don’t contribute to that idea very well, for better or worse. There’s something subversive in my Christian upbringing or something, my mid-America upbringing. That irreverent urge that makes you want to yell or fart during the Benediction in church. I just can’t help it.”

    And yet, Pitt has simultaneously carried the movie star mantle with seeming ease. Though his relationship with Angelina Jolie, with whom he has six children, has made him a constant tabloid target, he’s relaxed and unguarded in conversation. He says his celebrity “hasn’t bugged me since the `90s,” but he acknowledges that he occasionally trades on it: “I mean, I play some smart ball,” he says.

    “The difficulty with Brad was always: What can you cast a movie star in?” says Dominik. “You have to deal with it. You have to cast him as someone extraordinary, which I guess he is. He’s the cool guy in the movie.”

    Certainly a very un-”Fight Club” thing to do was the recent Chanel ad campaign Pitt stars in, where he smolders in black-and-white and says things like “It’s not a journey” into the camera. The spots were mocked on “Saturday Night Live,” to which Pitt says cheerfully: “Fair play, fair play.” After a reporter admits not knowing much about fragrances, he laughs: “Apparently, neither do I.”

    So why do it?

    “Never done it before,” says Pitt. “Respect the company. I’m getting old. Last time I’ll probably be able to do something like that.”

    It’s a line of reasoning that seems pervasive in Pitt’s choices right now, including his current project: “World War Z.” It’s a zombie action film reportedly budgeted at $180 million that could give Pitt what his resume is missing: a franchise.

    “I’m not a franchise guy,” he says. “They told me I should be focusing on that, as I’m getting older and cresting the precipice and heading down the other side: `You should really bank one of those.’ I’m just not good at it.”

    It’s also a far bigger scale production for Pitt and Plan B, and things haven’t gone smoothly. The ending is being reshot – typically a bad sign for a movie – and Pitt calls the film “a total learning experience for me.” When the film finally wraps, he says, “Believe me, I’ll be celebrating.”

    Dede Gardner, Pitt’s producing partner, says getting older has only made Pitt more patient.

    “He’s extremely careful,” says Gardner. “I suppose that’s one thing that happens if you age with consciousness, to be vigilant.”

    Their other coming productions are smaller, more director-driven. Plan B is producing the next film by Steve McQueen (“Shame”), “12 Years a Slave,” and is slated to again produce a film by Dominik: his planned Marilyn Monroe biopic “Blonde.”

    Though “Jesse James” made a scant $4 million at the box office, Pitt has stuck with the director.

    “Somewhere in the late `90s, it became clear to me that there were many leading men roles that you could plug anyone of us into and virtually get the same thing,” says Pitt. “Because there’s such an investment of time and thought, I wanted to find stories that were more personal to me and that I believed I could add something that was unique.”

    “Killing Them Softly,” is certainly that, a film that probably wouldn’t exist if not for Pitt. It’s an unusual mix of genre – gangsters and guns – and politics. Set in 2008, the fiscal crisis looms large, with speeches by Bush and Obama inserted as an obvious metaphor. Pitt’s character declares: “America isn’t a country. It’s a business.”

    Between balletic slow-motion violence, Dominik stages Higgins’ dialogue in long scenes that give the actors theater-like room.

    Gandolfini had twice previously worked with Pitt. “We were both at the beginning of our careers,” says Gandolfini. “He’s the same guy. He’s a good guy, a regular guy.”

    And right now, despite any concerns about “cresting the precipice,” Pitt exudes contentment. His confidence as an actor is high, he says, attributing his ability to “craftsmanship.”

    In his personal life, he and Jolie are planning to marry, after once saying they wouldn’t until gay marriage was legal.

    “It’s an exciting prospect, even though for us, we’ve gone further than that,” says Pitt. “But to concretize it in that way. It actually means more to me than I thought it would. It means a lot to our kids.”

    As he approaches 50, Pitt’s career longevity even surprises him.

    “It’s amazing I’ve stuck with this this long because I’m not usually like that. I hit the road,” says Pitt. “Exploring within it has been the thing that’s kept me in it.”

  • carry

    @Yoco: I don’t think she is insluting it . She said who cares or who was announced their shiit like that about it as his Pr did in the middle of Brad’s interview or whatever…. People followed who was the sexist man winner than the EW named everyyear or that sexiest man was more get highlight the point is…. As much as I understand it. Btw why do you care?
    Do you work for EW or benno?

  • bdj

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2012/11/28/pitt-killing-softly-family/1731867/

    Brad Pitt is a man on the move

    The Oscar-nominated superstar deftly navigates a life in the spotlight and his beloved family ‘chaos’ at home.
    Brad Pitt

    4:51PM EST November 28. 2012 – NEW YORK – Brad Pitt bounds into a suite at the Waldorf-Astoria, doles out a quick handshake that turns into a hug, and sprints to one of the three windows in the room. He pulls open the curtains and looks at the sleet and rain hammering Manhattan 29 floors below him. Like any commuter, Pitt is concerned about annoying travel delays and getting to work on time.

    “I gotta get out of here. I go straight to set,” he says, referring to the London re-shoots of the zombie flick World War Z. “I just buzzed in and am buzzing out. I hit the plane this afternoon.”

    Yes, this is what the most famous actor in the world is really like. Shockingly, weirdly, almost off-puttingly accessible. Once you get past the thick layers of security – necessary, as evidenced by a hotel employee who had earlier flipped out in ecstasy after seeing Pitt in person – and peel back all your expectations, fed by years of panting tabloid coverage of everything Pitt, you meet a guy who’s friendly, a bit tired, and exceedingly pleasant.

    “He’s the most normal guy. I spent a lot of time with him on those Ocean’s movies – he doesn’t do anything to drum up that insanity. He lives in the middle of that and he’s somehow found a way to not go crazy. He’s not crazy,” confirms his friend Matt Damon, who had just seen Pitt. “I don’t know if that’s his family or his upbringing and now it’s become his children and his wife. It’s incredible – seeing him yesterday, he’s the same great guy from Missouri. I don’t understand how he keeps doing great work. It would seem to me that you would lose your ability to be a human being. I genuinely don’t know how he’s still such a great guy, such a real guy.”

    Ask Pit that question and he just laughs. That’s probably the better and smarter alternative to furiously and futilely fighting the constant scrutiny lavished on him and his family, fiancée Angelina Jolie and their six kids, Maddox, 11, Pax, 9, Zahara, 7, Shiloh, 6, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 4.

    “We’re a double whammy, Angie and I. I jumped into this thing somehow as a tabloid magnet. I’m not sure what I did,” says Pitt. “We stay blissfully naïve to all of it. You can’t do anything about it. More importantly, I trust my decision-making process. When you have that other feedback, those other comments, they’re always in the back there. They color your thinking in an unpure way. I don’t like that. I don’t want anything steering me right or left. I find it a much healthier way to live and my decisions are better, because they’re strictly mine.”

    His applies that same instinctual approach to his career. It’s how and why he signed on to star in Killing Them Softly, a Mob drama directed by Andrew Dominik that opens Friday. He’d worked with Pitt on 2007′s The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Dominik had sent Pitt a text, asking if he was interested in playing a cool-headed and practical hit man. Pitt said yes. The next day, they hashed out the deal at Pitt’s L.A. home, sans agents or managers.

    “I don’t know if I’ve ever made one happen faster. Andrew is a friend of mine and someone I trust with anything and everything,” says Pitt.

    What fuels his decisions? “It’s more about the company I keep. But I liked this idea. Selfishly, for me, it’s getting to do something more urban from my upbringing in the old Ozarks,” he says. “I thought it was a very provocative telling. People came in. We did it for no money. We shot the whole film in five or six weeks. It’s pretty fun.”

    Dominik first approached Pitt because they had a history together, and a rich working relationship. Plus, he says, Pitt has that ephemeral quality you can’t really quantify. You know it when you see it.

    “He always seems to retain his mystery on screen. There’s something unattainable about Brad. There’s something mysterious about him,” says Dominik. “Brad is a naturally very generous guy. This time, he gets to play a selfish (expletive) and gets to take a holiday from himself. You have to cast Brad as someone exceptional. Here, he’s the enforcer. He’s a cool part.”

    In person, too, says Dominik, Pitt is just as disarming. “He’s really hard to buy a gift for. He gives a lot. It’s hard to receive,” says the director. “I find Brad to be very straightforward, very stubborn. He’s a contrarian. He’s not frightened. That might be unusual for a movie star in his situation. He’s very fearless. When things h

  • bdj

    http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/article-11242-even-the-mob-has-it-hard-in-%E2%80%98killing-them-softly%E2%80%99.html

    Even the mob has it hard in ‘Killing Them Softly’
    Brad Pitt is excellent in Andrew Dominik’s art-house gangster film
    By Anders Wright

    Pitt has matured so much as an actor, and he makes this role almost look too easy. What he’s doing isn’t easy, but he’s so good that you almost forget he’s really working. Jackie’s like a big cat, or an urban predator, immediately grasping every facet of the situation, completely in control of every interaction he has. It’s a terrific part, and Pitt inhabits him with a detached professionalism that overshadows those blue eyes and chiseled cheekbones. Jackie’s the one person who knows what has to be done, despite being surrounded by bureaucrats, loose cannons and guys who can’t handle the job. Mickey (James Gandolfini), an aging hit man brought in to help Jackie, but who simply no longer has the necessary chops, falls into this last category.

  • Wonderbust

    Thanks BDJ, trolls heads will explode per usual
    “My missus got me this watch. It’s an old one,” he says.

  • Wonderbust

    Oh man. One of them ended up with a Sharpie. I walked into our room and am washing my hands in the bathroom. I look over. What’s that on the sink? I trace a line across the wall, across the shades, the bathtub, into the bedroom, along the wall, up over the bed. Someone had covered the entire place and ended in big scribbling at the end,” he says, not naming the culprit. “It was a she. It was two shes. One inspired the other to keep going.”

    Hilarious, thanks so much for bringing this over bdj, I wonder which girls it was

  • Wonderbust

    That USA today article is great
    Ok I kinda love Matt Damon:
    He’s the most normal guy. I spent a lot of time with him on those Ocean’s movies – he doesn’t do anything to drum up that insanity. He lives in the middle of that and he’s somehow found a way to not go crazy. He’s not crazy,” confirms his friend Matt Damon, who had just seen Pitt. “I don’t know if that’s his family or his upbringing and now it’s become his children and his wife. It’s incredible – seeing him yesterday, he’s the same great guy from Missouri. I don’t understand how he keeps doing great work. It would seem to me that you would lose your ability to be a human being. I genuinely don’t know how he’s still such a great guy, such a real guy.”

  • Truth

    @Poor Passing Through: hahah don’t you love how these fans post this blowing smoke up his butt articles. And pittstain is just eating it all up as if he deserves it. As an actor he is always third or fourth best in his own movies. The funniest thing is the only reason some directors want to work with him is because they know he’ll get that Jolie publicity. if Pittstain had not talked about Jolie nobody would be talking about him and frankly they’re still not talking about the movie. that’s it. It’s all about Jolie and the kids he rarely sees. Truth.

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    Btw, did tamsinget banned. I know her witty charm would be blowing truth all over this thread but all we have is smoking blowing crap from the brangtards. -sigh-

  • carry

    @Wonderbust: lol how time change I don’t forget 2007 but it ok forgive some people and forget. They do whatever for winning anyways hahaha. Whether he said it or not Brad is loveable he has something seriously….
    wow what I else I did since I come nothing someone tell me to be off this comptuer no I didn’t say you.

  • carry

    @Truth: why do you F care? Brad and Angie are one time to accept it the sooner the better. I am sooooooooooo happy with the way he handling everything. He is nowwwwww, his a lot better relaxed or at ease, he is better firm he is doing finnnnnnne. JP forever and that is real . And the wedding is by end of january. wait for it. I am feeling it. Hope I am righhhht. If not it is truly comming it is happning . You idloit pretned angie lover stop your shiit and be happppppyyyy for them.

  • Observer2

    I’m loving these interviews with Brad. He’s a satisfied man. A confident man. He’s very content with the decisions that he’s made and continues to make. No regrets. I get the feeling that good, bad or indifferent, he wouldn’t change a thing because it all got him to where he’s at today. And he definitely loves where he’s at today.

  • lmaoooooooo

    poor starzila,your jolie always talks about brad and his kids while promting her flops,during her last flop she said he was the love of her life ,i never saw brad saying something like that about her,bwahahahah,the truth is brad is the star always,noone gave a f*ck about the ho not being in the premier.you so love ben affleck he always talks about his exes,wife and kids.you are so angry that brad is the news while jolie who.bwhahahahaha.

  • lmaoooooooo

    and starzila still trying to pretend to be the ho fan,but she said that affleck is better than brad because he has a better woman,for the first time i agree with you,but you are still a mental..hahahahah

  • omg

    LOve Brad’s USAToday interview. Who are the two jolie pitt girls messing up their home? My guess is Shiloh and Viv. omg so cute

  • carry

    One more thing If I win the 550 million tonight or if I become one of the winners I will say scream scream scream and I come and type it 50 times. like simmy :) ok simmy has very obvious sickness but still I do like her.

  • Ivermom

    Who cares if these two get married? Their kids…they should already be married! Get on with it already. Jen has a much hotter man now…let Ang have her sloppy leftovers.

  • carry

    One more thing if I win the 550million tonight or if I become one of the winners,I l come and type scream scream scream 50 times. Wish me luck and good luck to those of you who played. man 360m cash is like wow

  • carry

    jared? what
    night

  • Ivermom
  • my opinion

    he deserves a more hot woman

  • BW

    Brad is the best father.

  • fyi

    Brad was filming WWZ in Berkshire, England Today

  • Eva

    Brad is so adorable when talking about his children. I am melting

  • JP Fan

    you are right jen hen, why can’t all guys be as hot as squigs. i wish my guy was balding in the middle in his early 40′s
    http://agirlnamedbong.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/leathercladactorjustintherouxrumoredzabfcfu7a0tl.jpg
    I also wish my guy had a sharp pointy nose
    http://www.gettyimages.de/detail/nachrichtenfoto/christine-taylor-and-justin-theroux-at-the-26th-annual-nachrichtenfoto/156474625

  • plez

    Observer2 @ 11/28/2012 at 5:40 pm
    +3
    I’m loving these interviews with Brad. He’s a satisfied man. A confident man. He’s very content with the decisions that he’s made and continues to make. No regrets. I get the feeling that good, bad or indifferent, he wouldn’t change a thing because it all got him to where he’s at today. And he definitely loves where he’s at today.
    .
    This is exactly what I was thinking as I read those two interviews.

  • http://cellphone Susan

    @Ivermom: Still mad that CPS took your kids away, because you are a bad mother.
    Spending the welfare check on booze and cigarettes.
    If you did not spend so much time on the net writing trash, you would’ve attended the parenting classes, that the Judge recommended.
    LOL see how easy it is.

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