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Brad Pitt Talks Angelina Jolie on 'Good Morning America'

Brad Pitt Talks Angelina Jolie on 'Good Morning America'

Brad Pitt waves to his fans while making his way into the Good Morning America studios on Monday morning (June 17) in New York City’s Times Square.

The 49-year-old actor chatted with host George Stephanopoulos on the outdoor plaza that morning about his new film World War Z, which hits theaters on June 21. Watch a new extended clip below!

Brad also discussed his fiancee Angelina Jolie‘s double mastectomy earlier this year.

“Business as usual. She’s doing great. When she wrote her piece, we had already come out the other end and we’re feeling really good about it. We’re really surprised and moved by how many people are dealing with the same issue, or wondering about the same issue,” Brad said. “Her idea was that if someone could learn from her story, then she would love to share that. But it’s just been a beautiful thing to watch and her focus now is that all people have access to the testing and know what they can do about it. And she has certainly shown if you do your research and make your decision, what’s best for you, it doesn’t have to be a scary thing.”

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  • 2Park5

    A family is a risky venture, because the greater the love, the greater the loss….That’s the trade-off… But I’ll take it all..


  • White Swan

    I Love This One.

    ……I had a very supportive family environment that gave me room to
    explore and discover things about myself

  • were the morons

    @fyi12: thanks so much!

  • fyi12
  • naturegirl

    Said by Brad
    My Life Has Been About Big Changes.

  • Excited for WWZ


    Thanks for sharing :-)

  • Etta

    @ passing through
    I’ve been meaning to ask this about Lamey. Why do you think she wasn’t in Cannes this year? Hasn’t she been going there since Brad and Angelina got together? It’s also funny that she never mentioned about not attending on her site. She also wasn’t in London to interview Brad. Is she still working for Etalk?

  • raye

    I think when Brad said they are on to something, i get the feeling its going to be their wedding. most definitely after promo for WWZ and before Angie starts her new film.

  • BP

    Brad stutters a lot in his interviews. Brad has hard time putting his thoughts together.


    Papa looking like a muscle-y grown azz man. Yum. Not kstew with a bald patch wearing lifts, and black lacquer nail polish on his head.

  • Father’s Day without daddy

    @groundcontrol: the paramount shills are non existstent? Yeah right. Check wwz imdb they are calling out fake reviews.

  • Father’s Day without daddy

    Said by angelina
    I would like to have a drastically different life every 4 years…

  • anustin

    yes,brad and everytime u woke up…..those gorgeous faces right infront of u,next to u.including the dogs that looks better than that 44 yr old fug.

  • Father’s Day without daddy

    Lmao @ the fans saying he looks like he’s been working out. The only working out he’s doing is lifting his tubby finger to feed his bloated face. Pop sugar has close ups of his face caked full of makeup and he looks FAT. LMAOOOOOLOOOOLLLLLOOOLLLMAO

  • were the morons

    @Father’s Day without daddy: when is the wedding to the balding giggolo? LMAOOOOOO

  • JPS

    Credit JPS
    Angelina Jolie’s Stuntwoman Claims News Corporation Hacked Her Phones


    LOS ANGELES (CN) – Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation hacked into the voicemail of Angelina Jolie’s stunt double looking for news on Jolie’s relationship with Brad Pitt, the body double claims in court.
    Eunice Huthart, of Liverpool, England sued News Corp., NI Group Ltd. fka News International Limited, News Group Newspapers, and John and Jane Does 1-10, in Federal Court. Murdoch is not named as a defendant.
    Huthart claims that nonparty Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator who intercepted phone messages for the Murdoch tabloids, hacked her phone in 2004 and 2005. Huthart was working in Los Angeles then as Jolie’s stunt double on the movie, “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.”
    Huthart describes herself as a close friend of Jolie’s. She believes journalists hacked into her voicemail for at least three Jolie-Pitt related stories, including news that Pitt and Jolie were romantically involved.
    That story appeared in The Sun on April 1, 2005 under the headline, “Brad’s £4M Pad Is Jolie Nice,” according to the complaint.
    At the time, “no one except Brad Pitt’s bodyguard, Ms. Jolie’s bodyguard, their respective personal assistants and plaintiff knew that Brad Pitt and Ms. Jolie were now an ‘item,’” the complaint states.
    Huthart claim that Jolie told her several times she had called Huthart and left messages, and wondered why Huthart didn’t call back. Huthart claims she never received the messages because journalists hacked her phone and deleted them.
    “On one occasion, plaintiff went to Ms. Jolie’s hotel not knowing under what pseudonym Ms. Jolie was registered. Ms. Jolie had left plaintiff a voice message earlier saying that she was staying at the hotel under the name ‘Pocahontas,’” the complaint states. “However, plaintiff never got the message. Ms. Jolie’s assistant had to come down to the lobby to find plaintiff. Ms. Jolie said to plaintiff, ‘I left you a message.’ However, plaintiff never received it.”
    Huthart claims the News Of The World, a Murdoch tabloid, broke a story on May 1, 2005 about Jolie’s plan to quit acting, under the headline, “‘Pitt Stop For Jolie.’”
    “Ms. Jolie had communicated with plaintiff on this subject prior to the article appearing in the newspaper, and would leave messages on plaintiff’s cell phone, some of which she did not receive,” the complaint states.
    Another News Corp. tabloid, The Sun, ran another story days later, headlined, “‘Off Road Biking Is Jolie Fun,’” describing Jolie’s plan to learn how to ride a motorcycle.
    Huthart claims she had organized lessons with her friend Ray Da Haan, who planned to teach Jolie to ride at his farm in Kent, England.
    “Mr. Da Haan left messages for plaintiff, but those messages appear to have been hacked and deleted before she heard them. Concurrent with these arrangements between Mr. Da Haan and plaintiff, The Sun reported that ‘Brad Pitt’s lover has been learning on a nippy 750 cc MV Augusta Brutale.’ The story also states, ‘A source … said … she’s a natural.’ Plaintiff believes that the quote ‘she’s a natural’ is attributable to Mr. Da Haan’s leaving a message to that effect. Upon information and belief, this specific information about the motorcycle and the arrangements, and the ‘natural’ remark were known only to plaintiff, Ms. Jolie and Mr. Da Haan,” the complaint states.
    Huthart says the hacking took a toll on her family. She says she missed several vital messages from her daughter, who had called to say she was being bullied at school.
    Huthart’s relationship with her husband also suffered, she says, when he came to believe she was failing to call him back because she was having an affair.
    After the British phone hacking scandal erupted in 2011, Huthart says, British police told her there was evidence her phone had been hacked.
    A charge sheet from the Crown Prosecution Service identified Huthart, according to the complaint. The charge sheet, cited in the complaint, said that News Of The World journalists Neville Thurlbeck and James Weatherup, and Glenn Mulcaire hacked voice mail messages for information about Jolie and Pitt.
    “As of February 2013, approximately 700 victims have settled claims for phone hacking in the United Kingdom for a total of approximately $25,000,000,” the complaint states. “A substantial number of cases of phone-hacking claims are still pending.”
    Huthart seeks compensatory, statutory and punitive damages for violations of the Stored Communications Act, the Wiretap Act, the California Constitution, and invasion of privacy and intrusion into private affairs.
    She is represented by Norman Siegel with Siegel Teitelbaum & Evans, of New York City.

  • LooseLipz

    His entire look is so dated. He needs a major makeover.

  • wow

    Brad said he has 4 or 5 countries to do promos, we know Russia and Brazil, what’s the other countries?

  • were the morons

    @Father’s Day without daddy: lmaooo the fat tick got left by giggolo and started gaining weight. Fat tick looks like a bloated Twinkie. Now ticky can go fvck her dogs BWAHAHAHAHAHAH

  • were the morons

    @Father’s Day without daddy: said by giggolo. “I like to be lonely for periods of time.” Looks like he is lonely now without the tick BWAHAHAHAHAHAH !!!!

  • Mr. & Ms. Pitt

    For this and So, so sooooooo much more….

    LOVE YOU MUCH!!!!!

  • jaliah

    Rose @ 06/16/2013 at 9:59 pm

    @jaliah: I have to disagree with you that Julia Roberts

    A bit late in responding..

    I was referring to blatant folks like JR who openly went for the camera guy. There was an article about BP, others and JR during a break in filming when JR saw the camera guy go by and said something to the effect of: oh honey I am going to get me some of that. Phoning his wife and wearing a t.shirt. BP & AJ don’t even fall into that mix, for me, as a comparative as they didn’t cheat from everything that all parties have said and I believe them. FFTick is in a class of her own, hers was all PR machinations to make everyone believe she was cheated on so that she could get more free press, tea and sympathy to stay relevant. Instead of: a marriage came to an end eons ago, the guy left found a fabulous, talented, intelligent woman with a big heart who shared his vision and the rest is history. If that had been how it played out FFTick would have been back on tv years ago. Instead we have a wannabe moviestar who can’t act past variations on the Rachel theme.

  • anustin

    bwahahaha……wedding called off.waiting for brad comes councelor.hehe

  • Nellygin

    @Karen: You are really a oece if sh.t an you…

  • were the morons

    @Karen: beastiality is when ticky fvcks her diseases dog Norman BWAHAHAHAHAHAH. And fvcks a balding dwarf that she stole from Snow White….

  • were the morons

    Supooaed to read Deceased*


    Pitt speaks about Angelina and she does not want to see him
    stop loser

  • Rose

    @were the morons: Hi WTM, don’t let the degenerate trolls bring you down to dear level. All this talk from the trolls are because they are jealous of Brad and Angelina.

    Tick’s life is in the toilet, her man squigs is about to leave her and call off the wedding. No one has ever taken credit for the cocktail ring she wears pretending it’s an engagement ring. Trolls are having a meltdown. Let them marinade in the gutter by themselves. WWZ will be doing great, theres good word of mouth. It’s all good.

  • were the morons

    @Rose: thank rose. I got a bit carried away.. The trolls are so jealous. They don’t even try and hide it anymore lol. Brad looked so delicious on GmA this morning. He was so excited to talk about Angie and how she was doing. The man is working out… The weight gain and muscle build looks good on brad! Trolls will be in pain forever

  • busted

    @Father’s Day without daddy:

    So you are basically running around searching sites for pictures of Brad.. lol

    He looks great. And anyone going on tv wears makeup. He is hot and you know it. But keep lying to yourself. you’re not worth another comment.

  • Passing Through

    # 10 QQQQ @ 06/17/2013 at 8:53 am
    OK!’s schedule also cost them a big scoop in mid-May when Angelina Jolie announced her double mastectomy surgery on a Monday — that turned out to be People’s biggest-selling cover of the year.
    Clearly this was before the Jen’s-not-getting-married-and-the-biitch-lied-to-us issue came out. I’m sure that one sold 200X Angie’s issue…

  • Rose

    @jaliah: #72, You know JR is a B to everyone. I know some who works in a store visited by JR and she said JR is not a nice person, she will not even acknowledge the help. I also remember about Vera, when JR wore the t-shirt mocking Vera. I guess Julia R paid DM’s wife off because we never heard a word from her after the divorce.

    As you just said, Ticky is in a whole other class. Her thing is spread the lies to her friends and they will spread it to their friends and their friends ect., then Ticky comes out smiling because her hands are clean in her mind. You get my drift.

  • hi


  • Saffron

    The article you mentioned up-thread….is it the “I know you, I know you” Ticky article? If it is, I saved it the last time you posted it.

  • Rose

    @fyi: @fyi: Did you noticed the kids in time square, ABC studios, this morning were all wearing WWZ Black T-Shirts? I just noticed that looking at pictures at BRANGELINA forum.

    @FYI 12 thanks for the video from GMA today. Appreciate it.

  • fyi

    WWZ premiere today at Time square in NYC.

  • fyi

    Diana Pang to direct a Hollywood movie

    China-based Hong Kong actress-director Diana Pang has received an offer from American producers to co-direct a flick together with the actor-director of “Argo”, Ben Affleck.

    According to Mingpao, Pang had already met up with them to discuss the details of the filming process. They are also in the midst of finalising the cast list, which may include “World War Z” actor Brad Pitt, “Cloud Atlas” actor Tom Hanks, “Finding Mr. Right” actress Tang Wei, “Cloud Atlas” actress Zhou Xun and “The Grandmaster ” actress Zhang Ziyi.

    Tentatively titled “The Love Of B29″, the movie is a joint Sino-US production that boasts a budget of USD 80 million (SGD 100 million; MYR 250 million). The story revolves around the Sino-Japanese war in mainland China.

    The filming is set to begin in mainland China and the United States early next year.

  • fyi
    Shanghai fest displays China’s rise as film power

    Chinese film studio Huayi Brothers also released new plans yesterday. The studio will work with QED International on release of David Ayer’s World War II film “Fury,” starring Brad Pitt and Shia Labeouf. The studio will be the film’s distributor in China when it is released next year.

  • tweet

    yesterday’s tweet

    Seshmi Robertson ‏@SeshmiRobertson 18h

    Ordered my Bday cake today for the party. Owner was telling me Angie and the kids came in this morning to get Brad Pitt’s cake! #sweetness

  • fyi12

    Cute :)

    BRAD PITT Says Good Morning America
    Posted on June 17, 2013 at 12:00 PM

    Ahh, you know your week is going to start off well when you’ve got a Brad Pitt photo gallery to work with, right? Looking at these pics, I really can’t get over the fact that Brad is turning 50 years old this year! That’s just crazy, because after all these years he still looks so incredibly hot!

    The Hollywood actor was spotted promoting his latest flick, “World War Z” at the Good Morning America studios while in New York City on Monday morning. Sadly, Angelina Jolie wasn’t with him, but I’m sure we’re going to see her pop up again soon with his media blitz he’s got going on. Or at least we’re hoping she will!'m+Not+Obsessed!)

  • were the morons

    @Saffron: can you post it, please. :)

  • were the morons

    @tweet: that is so cute! I wonder what kind if cake did they order for daddy. Dawwww

  • http://computer Susan

    @wow: Japan for sure, maybe China ???

  • Suri the meal ticket

    Brad must have been working out! He looks hunkier than before.
    Please note: hunky, you can see he has no flap at all.

  • Passing Through

    # 50 were the morons @ 06/17/2013 at 10:58 am
    Busy day at work, but I’ll see if I can find it…

  • Saffron
    Jennifer Aniston
    The Well Rounded Interview
    APRIL 1998 – You know you’ve been doing this celebrity shtick too long when you start running into the same stars on different publicity tours and they pretend to remember you.
    “That’s right! I remember you!” Jennifer Aniston gushes to me as she sits her perky but approachable self down at a cram-packed interview table in the Beverly Hills Four Seasons. Her compliment comes in response to my casual comment that we last talked in New York, while she was plugging Picture Perfect and shooting The Object of My Affection, the pretty darn good film she is now promoting.
    “Oh, come on,” I say gently, not believing her for an instant. She’s accompanied by her boyfriend, Tate Donovan, who silently sits about four feet behind her. He has bad skin and looks too thin.
    “No I do!” Aniston insists. She’s wearing almost the same outfit as the last time I talked to her: a too tight tan skirt that nicely accentuates her callipygian asset, a sleeveless blouse (last time white, this time green), no stockings, sandals with heels, lots of makeup but perfectly applied.
    “That’s nice of you to say,” I say, keeping a mildly irritated tone out of my voice. She looks great. She makes eye contact. I want to like her.
    “But I DO! I DO remember you!” she insists more vociferously this time. Then she makes a big mistake. “I recognize a lot of familiar faces today, like you and you…” she says, pointing at faces around the interview table.
    Other writers disagree: “Uh, no,” one says. “I didn’t talk to you in New York,” says another. “I’m a newbie,” says an awed college girl. Strike three.
    “Oh,” says Jennifer Aniston, pursing her lips and looking a little chagrined. “But you!” she says, pointing to another writer. “You were in New York, right?”
    Strike four. “No,” says the writer. Then, obviously feeling bad, he adds “Sorry.”
    “Oh. Oh my,” says Jennifer Aniston. There is silence. The table is uncomfortable. This is quickly turning into a debacle, so I decide to turn it around and talk about good stuff.
    “Hey, let’s get this going on a better foot,” I say. “Honestly, I think this is the best movie yet by anybody out of ‘Friends’…”
    She looks very relieved. “Wow. That’s wonderful. Thank you.”
    “…But do you think there’s going to be that age-old resistance to TV stars trying to get into movies working against this picture, too?” I finish. In the world of delicately phrased inquiries, I have become a master at taking a question that starts out like an ass-kiss and turning it into a spank.
    Aniston is totally prepared for the question. “I think that resistance is lessening. I really do. People are realizing that everybody is an actor and just trying to do what they do. I hope it is.” There is a pause in which no one says anything, and she goes on. “If it wasn’t for the show I wouldn’t have the opportunity to do movies, you know. I couldn’t get a reading to do a feature film. Before, I was petrified, too intimidated at the thought of auditioning for a movie. But ‘Friends’ has given all of us an unbelievable trump card.”
    This is a fairly honest answer, trying to be optimistic while at the same time giving insight to a young woman who doesn’t sound nearly as confident in herself as she should be considering the circumstances. Somebody asks if it was an intentional touch to keep her hair so casual in the new film – a very un-Rachel ‘do – and Aniston says “Absolutely.”
    “Do you think a backlash is inevitable no matter who you are, after fame hits?” I ask.
    “That seems to be the course of events,” Aniston responds smoothly. “I remember I was talking to Steven Spielberg, actually, having this exact conversation. I met him once when ‘Friends’ first came on, then about two years later, when the backlash was really kicking in, and he asked me ‘How are you doing with all this?’ and I told him that it was heartbreaking. You don’t expect it. You’re not prepared for it. All you know is you went to do a job…and…And he said, ‘They do that to everybody. It’s all part of it.’ And that was the first time anybody had said that to me. It’s just boredom. They need to stir up the people who buy ‘People’ magazine. The people who want to put you on the cover and then rip you inside. It’s just the way it works. But you have to get used to it. It’s a weird business. It’ll break your heart if you let it.”
    A couple starry-eyed writers ask goo-goo type questions that she answers politely before I ask “How about your first movie, Picture Perfect? Are you satisfied with the way that turned out?”
    Again, she’s painfully frank. Cocking her head to the side and looking at me like we’re connecting, she says “I don’t know how I feel about how it turned out. It was hard. Of course, I’m told ‘Never say that!’ But there were things we hoped would be different than they actually were and I don’t know if it was ready to go when we got started. I don’t know if the script was ready. But there was a lot of…uh…pages were coming down right before you’d shoot a scene just to try and have it make sense…” She stops talking. I don’t blame her.
    “Was it good training?” somebody else queries.
    “You know what?” she asks rhetorically, “I have to say that one had absolutely nothing to do with the other. That was a whole ‘nother lesson from that. The business end of the industry. [The Object of My Affection] was a lot more creatively satisfying. You just barely felt like you were making a movie. It was an unbelievable experience working with [she lists everybody in the cast, then goes off on how great the crew, the director, etc., etc., were, before actually saying] the whole experience, that it came out so great, was just like a cherry on top.
    Though I liked her new movie a great deal — a romantic comedy about a single mom who convinces her gay male friend to move in and help raise the child — I did think it copped out at the end, so I ask “Then you’re satisfied with the end product? The movie has this beautiful melancholia, then sort of ends with this happy sitcomish finish…”
    “Well it depends on your interpretation,” Aniston says thoughtfully. “What do you think the film is about?”
    “I think it’s about how most people want what they can’t have,” I suggest.
    “Uh-huh,” she agrees.
    “But by the end of the film, most people have what they want.” I list a few examples. “It gets very commercial by the end.”
    “Well, there was a different ending,” she says.
    Three people at the table say simultaneously, “Really?!?”
    Not noticing our surprise, Aniston continues, “But they have these things called test audiences…”
    We’re all surprised because somebody is lying. I leap into the breach. “That’s odd,” I say. “When we interviewed [director] Nicholas Hytner, he said there were no other filmed endings.
    It’s immediately apparently that Aniston is the one lying. She stammers out, lamely, “Uh … well, it was pretty much the same ending. It…It was just told … uh … a little differently. It’s not important actually. The characters ended up in a different area of the city, that’s all.”
    Hmmm. Sensing her discomfort, a few folks ask softball questions that she answers gamely. The last question touches on the types of roles she is attracted to. So I follow up with “Have you noticed that both your major films roles have something big in common? Both characters want a man that she can’t have.”
    “I like to see real life,” she answers nonchalantly.
    “Is that real life?” I ask, figuring that here’s an opportunity for genuine insight into this actress.
    We’re looking at each other. I’m trying to look interested, not challenging. She begins to stammer again. “It’s boring to just sort of…of…I don’t know why I love that…wanting something and not being able to have it…I don’t know why I picked…why I picked….”
    I’ve talked to her before. I know her background and history. I keep pushing. “Do you think the estranged relationship you’ve had with your father might have something to do with it?”
    She flinches. “I don’t know why I love these … these roles.” Aniston touches her hand to her face. “Maybe it is something I’m trying to work out in my own life.”
    The rest of the table has gotten very quiet. I’m leaning forward in my chair, toward her. It’s like it’s just us talking. I find this woman very interesting and very easy to talk to and I’m surprised at what a good actress she’s become but I’m not really sure if she has what it takes to be a movie star and I want to know what she thinks about that and there’s no time like the present so here goes. “Look,” I say, “Do you think your popularity on TV might be working against you on the big screen? I’ve really thought your performances in both movies were good, but on TV you just seem so approachable. Even in the movies, you play down to earth people. Do you think that people just want movie stars that are glamorous and untouchable? Could that be working against you?”
    Disaster. Aniston arches her back in the chair and casts me a wounded look. “Uhhhh…I don’t know if anything’s working against me yet,” she says. Then she adds, her voice breaking, “Are you working against me?”
    I backpedal furiously, glancing at Tate Donovan, who looks at me with nothing short of hatred. “No! I don’t want to make it sound like a negative thing! But everybody’s looking for the person who’s going to open a film with a $25 million weekend…”
    Aniston cuts me off. “But that shouldn’t be the main concern! If it was, I’d be doing Scream 3! It isn’t always so important to have a big hit! I want to have a career that lasts for a while!”
    “I agree,” I agree. “But when we talked last year, you stated how the ultimate goal is to get from TV to film. You want to be an independent force, a star on your own. But in order for you to do that, you need to open a film. Now, I’m not trying to cast any aspersions of doubt on your talent. But your image is that you appear very accessible. Movie stars do not make it by appearing accessible.” Then, still trying to throw Aniston a curveball, I instead inadvertently make it a beanball right at her pretty head. “I mean, are you concerned that you don’t have what it takes to be a movie star?”
    It is now obvious that she and I connected emotionally during the course of this interview, because I have genuinely hurt her feelings. We’ve still got eye contact, and I am beyond dismayed to see that hers are welling up with tears – genuine tears for chrissakes! — and her lower lip is trembling. “Are you…are you saying I don’t have what it takes?” she asks, her voice breaking.
    “No! Please, no!” I sputter, hating myself and turning ass-kisser mode into overdrive. “I’m just saying that even though you’re such a beautiful woman, one of the things that makes you so appealing is that you seem so approachable. I mean, you’re a ‘Friend,’ we invite you into our home every week. Movie stars are different. What I’m asking is if you fear you’ll have to sacrifice what I feel is your greatest asset in order to take a chance on becoming a movie star.” Everyone at the table is looking at me with thinly veiled contempt. I don’t blame them. “Look, I’ve offended you and I’m sorry. Let’s move on to somebody else,” I finish. Literally.
    Coolly, her eyes now far away, Aniston says, “No, you haven’t offended me. You definitely haven’t. I understand the question you’re trying to say now. But I don’t see where I need to become unapproachable. I hope not. I don’t want to.”
    But she’s much less receptive now and it’s all my fault. I don’t ask another question for the rest of the session. No one seems to mind.
    The next day, things go even worse with Neve Campbell. If that’s possible.

  • Saffron

    @ We’re the Morons – PT found that gem in at a Hen site after I looked for it forever. It’s the funniest article!

  • Dawne

    Brad looked edible this morning……and so damn happy……….if you look back at his earlier Ticky era interviews you see a whole different ‘guarded and awkward man’ …….untrusting almost……..but now he flows like hot lava, has an energy about him that reeks of contentment…….this is one man changed radically by his choice of mate. No wonder Angie Is so loved by his family. As a mother, any woman who brings your son to a point of such personal growth is to be idolized.

    Ticky is still back at the farm sucking on manipulated publicity like it is her lifeline, petting the dogs, covering tabs……….renovating houses and still struggling with men. Nothing has changed; not a damn thing. Brad does not have one scintilla of that lifestyle anywhere near him. He has blossomed, changed , grown, evolved, outreached and deepened personally and professionally while she has stood still.

    If there is one person out there who doesn’t get why he is with Angie and not Ticky, it is because they don’t wish to see what is glaringly evident to all objective observers.

    What I like best about Brad these days is that he realizes just how lucky he was to meet Angie and take on this life adventure of such purpose. I think it still awes him.

    Ya see, trolls, he did reach a deadend, but suddenly a new road sprouted up and he was able to end his entrapment.

    Listening to Brad’s unique voice made me once again realize that true stars in the movie or music industry have a unique quality to them.

    Barbra’s voice…Brad’s voice and swaggah…….Angie’s kick ass counter culture beauty and talent….they are ‘one of’s’ and I am pleased to see that based on the absolute megawatt global stardom of Brad and Angie, that most people do recognize ‘uniqueness’ and do pass on the porridge and beige of what is shoved down our throats as ‘stars.’

    There are really very few……..the rest are all based on their bust versus waist size, the length of a leg…..etc. But it warms me to realize that most people out there do get it that there are few ‘real’ stars. James Stewart….unique……..Gary Cooper……..Audrey……not many when you cull the herd.

  • Passing Through

    # 66 JPS @ 06/17/2013 at 11:43 am
    Angelina Jolie’s Stuntwoman Claims News Corporation Hacked Her Phones
    Good for Eunice. I hope she gets a huge settlement. Sad to say I remember all 3 of the stories listed and remember wondering how they knew about Brad buying that Malibu house so quikcly. Well, now I know. None of the tabloids really had much of a web presence at that time but the DM, NOTW and The SUn were online fairly early in 2000s. It’s sad to know that something in those stories was true but because they’re always yelling that the sky is falling I shrugged it off as fiction.

  • were the morons

    @Saffron: yayahahaha ha, that bish is a habitual liar. Ticky is a fraud and there’s proof! Thanks for posting saffron!