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Brad Pitt: LAX Departure After Producers Guild Awards!

Brad Pitt: LAX Departure After Producers Guild Awards!

Brad Pitt is all smiles while arriving for a departing flight at LAX Airport on Sunday (January 19) in Los Angeles.

Earlier in the night, the 50-year-old actor was dapper in a tuxedo while posing with 12 Years a Slave co-star Chiwetel Ejiofor at the 2014 Producers Guild of America Awards.

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“She’s very special,” Brad shared to E! while walking the carpet at the ceremony about his 12 Years a Slave co-star Lupita Nyong’o. “Very special young lady. We’re going to see great things from her.”

FYI: Brad is wearing Vans.

25+ pictures inside of Brad Pitt flying out of LAX Airport after the Producers Guild Awards…

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  • tweet

    Brad is going back to his family in OZ.
    ++++++++++++++++++++

    Ruslan Kogan ‏@ruslankogan now

    Flying LAX to Sydney sitting next to Brad Pitt..I wonder if he’s tweeting the same thing :p

  • oakyyy

    bon voyage Brad! oscar attending or bafta next?

  • a lurker

    Congrats to Brad for TYAS winning PGA.

  • a lurker

    DGA is next weekend, looks like he isn’t going to DGA. BAFTAS is Feb. 16. Oscar is March 2.

  • oakyyy

    am gonna little busy but that was fun not?!

  • EatYourWords

    @ deadbeat daddy pitty

    Where are you now? New pictures of brad going to angie. I need your fanfictions now. I want to read now! Im so excited please keep posted now

  • oakyyy

    brad is gorgeous…. alrighty in a bit…..

  • Love

    Going back to mama Angelina

  • valis202

    Has been really nice seeing Brad at the last 2 awards functions.

    After the PGA result, it’s really gearing up to be an exciting outcome to the Oscars but still think that TYAS will win Best Picture.

  • Love

    He doesnt look 50 more like in his early 30′s, he’s soo Fit

  • awww

    Brad looks so happy, congrats for the PGA win.

  • Love

    Congratulations Brad & TYAS on PGA Win most deserving.

  • Love

    Brad came as a WINNER and returnung back home as a Winner

  • Tree

    Love ya, Brad!!

  • Kim

    TYAS is doing great Won GG,Won Critic Choice,Won(tie) PGA
    Brad going back home to be with his family.I believe Angie will be done filming before the BAFTAs.

  • MOVE ON

    Awww, waiting for the next troll screams. They were busy preparing fiction.

  • Looselipz

    Nice purse Brad!

  • http://justjared zoey

    CONGRATULATIONS BRAD!!!!!!!!!!!! Kiss Angelina and the babies, GOD BLESS THE JOLIE-PITTS.

  • JOY

    Brad is happy now !He comes back to your love and kids in Australia! Congratulacions, Mr.Pitt!

  • SAART

    Ruslan Kogan ‏@ruslankogan now

    He DONT KNOW who you are Ruslan from Bielarus

  • beautiful

    So happy for TYAS win PGA. TYAS is really a masterpiece.

  • fyi

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2542493/Its-not-choice-Brad-Pitt-reveals-hair-part.html#ixzz2qvBJEiVi

    The film’s director McQueen praised the actor on the red carpet: ‘Brad is a great producer because he’s a filmmaker, he’s an artist.

    ‘When you have an actor who is a producer, he wants the best for the director.’

    After making that statement, Pitt gushed: ‘I’m gonna kiss you on the lips!’

    Appearing a bit taken aback, McQueen laughed and said: ‘Okay. Right on the lips. Okay.’

    And the film’s star Chiwetel Ejiofor only had great thing to say about the Hollywood icon:’I think the truth is we wouldn’t have been able to make this film without Brad Pitt, because of what he brings.

    ‘He’s a movie star. He’s a huge figure in this profession, in this industry.

    ‘So him coming on board and him being a producer made, I think, the complete difference to make the film,

    ‘It just goes to show what an individual could do when they have that kind of reach and they’re prepared to use it to support filmmakers. I’m deeply grateful to him for allowing this film to be made.’

  • Michele

    BULLSHIT!! Gravity is not even ON PAR with 12 Years a Slave.

  • valis202

    From Deadline

    UPDATED WITH WINNERS AND BACKSTAGE REACTIONS: The Producers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton ended with a stunner: The first tie for the top film prize in the PGAs’ 25-year history. Gravity and 12 Years A Slave shared the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures. The award for Gravity catapults the Warner Bros picture squarely into the Best Picture Oscar race, whereas up until now, it seems that 12 Years A Slave and American Hustle were the front-runners. Deadline’s Pete Hammond will post an analysis of the awards later tonight.
    If it weren’t for Jeff Robinov, former president of Warner Bros Motion Picture Group, Gravity would not have gotten made. The picture that stars Oscar nominee Sandra Bullock and George Clooney got shoved aside by Universal after Angelina Jolie dropped out. Enter Robinov, who took the project under his wing and was its behind-the-scenes champion.
    12 Years a Slave, is based on the true story of Solomon Northup, who wrote a book about his life in 1853. Director Steve McQueen had been looking to do a film about slavery when his wife found the book and suggested it. Brad Pitt helped shepherd the film to the big screen and even had a small cameo to help get it some attention. Pitt was the first to speak for the producing team at the podium. “Why they let me lead, I don’t know,” he said. “I got my vote in at the last minute. I voted for Gravity,” he joked. Pitt added that the struggle to make a film is “a colossal pain in the ass” but to see that effort recognized is a “lovely, lovely feeling.” This movie, he said, was a chance “to contribute something to the yearly narrative, to culture, and that is f**king cool.” Director McQueen said some believed that audiences would not embrace the film because of its brutality but that they were proven wrong. “It’s not a black film, it’s not a white film,” he said.
    ———————————————————————————————–
    Thought the snippet about Gravity was very interesting

  • Angie, I´m coming !!!

    Twitters from Brad to Angie:

    “Angie, here i go”

    “Angie, i´m there for dinner”

    “Angie, tonight … Hotel”

    “Angie, i´m running sweetheart”

    “Angie, let´s do it another baby…”

    “Angie, i´m hungry for your love”

    “Angie, be ready… ”

    “Angie, i can´t wait to be you, my love”

  • Lylian

    Congratulations to Lupita for winning the PGA’s supporting actress award. She looked amazing in her dress, though this fawn brown is not a colour I would have selected for anyone. I really like the way Lupita keeps her silhouette sleek and simple, with the accents provided in the colour, the cut of the dress and the day it flatters her really gorgeous body.
    .
    Congratulations to the entire TEAM who made the production of TYAS a reality – especially Brad Pitt, without whom, we’ve been told, this film would not have been made. And now, Brad hurries home to his beloved wife, Angie and their children. And yes, I think, I think, an Oscar for best picture may just be possible for TYAS.
    .

  • http://www.justjared.com Rupert Sanders

    Its so obvious that one crazy pitt fan is responsible for most of these comments

  • Q

    I admit, i’m not a fan – but unlike the haters i believe that they will stay together for good. i just have a Q… they said in the very beginning they won’t work at the same time – so what changed ? i understand the work is important to them, but they said their kids come first. and they’ve been apart for along time (not including flying back and forth to see each other and the kids). i guess what i’m trying to say is that usually when it comes to hw couples this is the starting point when thing start to fall apart and even thow (hope i wrote it right) i believe what i wrote in the beginning, i’m wondering what you guys – as their fans think.

  • Angie, I´m coming !!!

    @Q:
    i think you need a “I” before the “Q”… your lack of “IQ” make you look dumb..

  • bap

    I am glad Brad won!

  • juju

    congratulations to brad n everyone involved w TYAS
    good luck for the oscars

  • To JEN HEN Q

    Q @ 01/20/2014 at 6:39 am
    Oh bless another burning question from a JEN HEN about Brad & Angelina, as you are a confirmed Jen Hen why don’t you take your question back to headquarters at Female First as there 80,0000 Brad & Angelina sites open , there must be some fans like yourself over there who can answer all your burning questions.As you are soo invested in what Brad & Angleina said or didnt say4-5 years ago, you Twit.
    I wonder why you are not concerned about your beloved Idol Aniston? why she isn’t with her fiancé ? and what’s stopping them getting married?

  • gia74

    @Angie, I´m coming !!!:

    hahaha.. These nuts really don’t get it do they. Most people who are not fans are not aware of what Brad and Angie said years ago. But they need to take that passive aggressive crap to threads that have dumb people. We don’t buy stupid here.

    I screamed when I found out Brad and company won.. Yes I did.. just happy for him.

  • bap

    This a award helps validate his company! Now did he think Angelina and his family?

    Angelina remember him in her speech.

  • juju

    @Q:
    u r so full of crap
    ahahahaha
    poor thing
    does it hurt? seeing brad run to his woman n kids
    right after the show ended
    that is what a man in love and committed does
    .
    i love seeing u crazy stupid b i t c h e s in pain
    creating u r delusional fan fictions
    over n over again for almost NINE years
    just to be be crushed
    ahahaha

  • bap

    After the Oscar it will be Angelina time to shine.

  • bebe

    Congrats to Brad and the team of 12 Years a Slave.

  • AJBP

    Producers Guild’s Stunner Of A Split Decision; How Does It Alter The Oscar Race?
    By PETE HAMMOND | Monday January 20, 2014 @ 1:47am
    .
    For six years in a row, the Producers Guild Awards have correctly forecast the eventual Oscar winner for Best Picture. So Sunday night we came to get some kind of clarity in this year’s ultra-competitive Oscar race. Instead we got chaos.
    When I entered the Beverly Hilton Hotel lobby for the PGA Awards, I ran smack into 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen and some Fox Searchlight publicists. ”This should be an interesting night,” I told them. That turned out to be the understatement of all time. At the pre-reception, producer and moderator of the PGA’s nominee confab Saturday morning, Gary Luchessi, said, “I think there is going to be a big surprise tonight. I think it’s going to be either Gravity or Captain Phillips.” Well, he got half of it right and he was definitely on the money about the surprise part.

    Saturday night’s big SAG winner, American Hustle, could have built unbeatable momentum following it up with a PGA win – a one-two punch that influences the rest of the campaign and a knockout in awards season terms. Instead, in an unprecedented result for either the PGA or the Oscars, there was a tie for Best Picture (or the Darryl F. Zanuck Award For Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, as the PGA puts it) and it was between Hustle’s two key rivals, Gravity and 12 Years A Slave. That means each of Oscar’s presumed three front-runners all could point to a key victory in this all-important weekend. Nothing was settled. The race goes on. In fact, put the whole thing on reset and start over. Hustle’s co-producer Chuck Roven looked a little shell-shocked when I ran into him moments after the show ended. “I guess this means it’s a horse race,” he said when I asked him his reaction to the night’s results. Earlier I had run into Hustle director David O. Russell who was clearly still on a high from the previous evening’s SAG victory for Outstanding Cast. No doubt the surprise outcome brought him down to Earth. You could feel the numbed reaction throughout the room when presenter Ben Affleck got to make the announcement of a tie. Once again, the PGA has upended the whole race.

    “This is a real dogfight now,” Oscar-winning producer (and past Oscar show producer) Bruce Cohen told me as he exited the Beverly Hilton’s International Ballroom. “It’s exciting.” Before the show he had told me he was torn between all three films. Apparently he isn’t alone. “Now the race really begins,” said another producer. Those without a horse in this race seemed energized, looking forward to a continuing wide open contest in the next six weeks. But I spotted several studio publicists looking a bit ashen as they left the building. “I’m going home to try and figure this all out now,” one connected to American Hustle said. 12 Years A Slave co-stars Lupita Nyong’o and Sarah Paulson asked me if a tie had ever happened before for Best Picture. Uh, that would be No. As he hit the valet line, their co-star Chiwetel Ejiofor smiled and said, “A tie is what you wear around your neck.” One awards consultant who was at the show emailed immediately afterward to say, “No way there was there a statistical tie. No way on picture.” But it was indeed a mathematical, straight-on tie as PGA National Executive Director Vance Van Petten confirmed at the after party in the Hilton Penthouse. At the same celebration, nominated Captain Phillips co-producer Michael De Luca (now moving back into a studio job at Sony) agreed that this result will possibly free Academy members to go their own way without the usual influence of any kind of consensus from guild awards. He should know. De Luca’s been through turning points at PGA awards before. His film, The Social Network, had won every critics award and the Golden Globe, but was blindsided by The King’s Speech at the 2010 PGAs. “When that happened it was like the Bataan death march as we exited the Ballroom,” he recalled during the Saturday morning nominees reception. By the way, De Luca and Lori McCreary did an outstanding job putting the PGA show together for the Guild. The expertly-crafted James Bond tribute reel for Selzinick Award recipients Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli is exactly what last year’s undercooked Bond tribute at the Oscars completely lacked. De Luca said the Bond team put it together themselves. And it was cool to have current Bond, Daniel Craig, present that award. And accepting the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television Award, Chuck Lorre hit it out of the park with a speech that was not only hilarious, it was surprisingly touching.

    But back to consensus, clarity and surefire Oscar pool winners. Do you think we are really going to get any of that??? Here’s what is coming up: Next weekend the hugely important Directors Guild awards happen, but that honor is widely expected to go to Gravity’s Alfonso Cuaron for what is looked at as a major, but very specific, directorial achievement. He can’t be denied. At least that’s the thinking. Chalk another one up for Gravity. But many pundits believe that despite that, there could be a rare split between the directing winner and Best Picture winner at the Oscars. And then the next weekend is the Writers Guild Awards where Gravity failed to land an original screenplay nomination despite Warner Bros’ best efforts, and 12 Years A Slave was ineligible because it didn’t meet the WGA’s strict union-supporting criteria. Does that mean another triumph for American Hustle to go with its SAG win? Or does another film like Her sneak in and steal everyone’s thunder? Two weeks later BAFTA gets its say and that could further cloud the picture. And don’t count out some of the other films we haven’t mentioned that could develop real heat including Philomena, Dallas Buyers Club, Nebraska and The Wolf Of Wall Street (which seems to have equally rabid fans and detractors). Bottom line: It looks like it is going to be tough to get any kind of consensus. This is where a renewed and innovative phase two campaign can mean all the difference. And judging from all the emails and phone calls I have been getting, it’s clear Sunday’s PGA verdict will have a genuine effect on those decisions

    Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

  • Bea

    Congratulations to Lupita and the team for TYAS.

    I don’t understand this pathetic need for some trolls to have Brad thank Angie for doing his job.

    My husband doesn’t thank me every day when he gets home for him going to work and I don’t thank him for my workday either.

    It’s so silly. But then, so are the pathetic little hens who peck around this site 24/7 to be the loudest clucker in the thread.

  • AJBP

    Haters can spew as much hate they like, but the reality is you can see now this is a guy who cant waite to get back to his women Angelina & his family,nothing can keep him away form them more than necessary. He came did the SAG & PGA gigs, and now has gone back home at the first available flight, now if that wasnt love what is?. Never saw him so anctiously going back home when he was married to Jen Aniston, he stayed away as much as he could, I still remeber the good old Troy days the longer away the happier he was, only pointing out the facts.

  • AJBP

    Brad has already thanked Angelina for being the mother of his children , there is no greater compliment then that, doesnt matter if her thanks her at award ceromany, its whats inside that counts and Brad loves Angleina Jolie end off.

  • AJBP

    I dont remember Jen Aniston thanking Justin when she won her Dirt Bag Award???????????????? I cant name any other awards as she never has won any apart from People choice.

  • http://Justjared Susan

    Good morning J-P fans.
    I don’t envy Brad, when Angie wraps her film in Australia, they both need to go a deserted Island, and sleep for two solid weeks.
    Maybe Jamie can babysit one week and the grandparents the next, wish full thinking on my part. They know how to handle their business.

  • Q

    You all are beyond insulting FOR NO REASON !

    i’m not a fan of jen and I – just like YOU really believe that they belong together ! I don’t hate them at all and think they are a great couple, i just wanted to ask something, i don’t follow them all the time and that’s why i wanted to ask my Q here because i taught i’ll get a good answer – all you did was bite my head off.

    I’m really sorry i wanted to get your point of view on things and i’m really sorry if i didn’t remember word for word what they said.

    this was my first time here and you all assumed i’m just like the rest out there. i may not be a big of a fan like you but you don’t have to insult me because of that.

  • gia74

    @Q:

    Yeah right.

  • the ring

    What a shame, pitty not mentioned saint Angie in his speech, now returns with bambi

  • LOL

    OH look the ring is back , why were you posting under Q?
    we all knew that post was reeking of desperation of Tampon and the Ring . Remember you are fooling no one.

  • the ring

    @LOL:

    ahahahahahhahaha now I AM Q HAHAAHAHAHHAHA

  • LOL

    @The Ring
    Did you manage to eat all the Crow since satarday LMAO
    Where was your LEO’s award ???????? crow crow remeber Leo , you know the one that you were gloating about.

  • the ring

    @LOL:

    Leo win the Oscar,idiot

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