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Brad Pitt Shows Us How to Make It Right - Watch Now!

Brad Pitt Shows Us How to Make It Right - Watch Now!

Check out Brad Pitt is partnering with Groupon to launch a new campaign with his foundation Make It Right in a brand new Youtube video!

Brad Pitt here to tell you about Make It Right’s big event in New Orleans and we want you there. Please join me and host Chris Rock, Jim Gaffigan, Kings of Leon, and Bruno Mars for what promises to be a great night,” the 50-year-old actor shared in the video. Watch the video below!

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He added, “Worst case scenario — you help build homes for people for in need… Best case scenario — you help build homes for people for in need and you win a trip to New Orleans and hang with us.”

In case you didn’t know, Brad‘s foundation Make It Right builds environmentally-friendly homes for people in need.

Mark your calendars, the gala is scheduled to take place on May 17. You can donate for your chance to win round-trip first class airfare to New Orleans, a two-night stay at the W hotel, VIP tickets to the gala and after-party, and the chance to meet Brad.

FYI: Brad is wearing Oliver Peoples sunglasses.


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651 Responses to “Brad Pitt Shows Us How to Make It Right - Watch Now!”

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  1. 1
    anustin Says:

    sweet and looking gorgeous

  2. 2
    anustin Says:

    anjie’s baby poppa….very happy lookin’

  3. 3
    GFW Says:

    I don’t care who you are. If you’re going to film something like this please remove your shades.

  4. 4
    anustin Says:

    happy daddy.

  5. 5
    anustin Says:

    awwww…..very charitable,thank u.

  6. 6
    anustin Says:

    is the family in NOLA?

  7. 7
    kts Says:

    Last time Angie & Maddox went to the MIR Gala, too. I wonder if Pax or any of the other kids will get to go this time??

  8. 8
    busted Says:

    It’s a fun spot not a big deal. He can wear whatever the FcUK he wants.

    I’m so excited for the GALA. They raised so much money the last time. I hope we get to see the whole family in NOLA. So much going on. They are such a busy couple.

  9. 9
    rachel Says:

    enough of the old botox man. his face does not move. he is a dbag

  10. 10
    lily Says:

    OH, MY! The trolls are trying to make his appearance more important than the message.
    Lots of people need homes, cooperate a little!

  11. 11
    tweet Says:

    L.A. Times Image ‏@latimesimage 2m

    Paris Photo L.A. art fair opens with Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, more: http://lati.ms/wbiWT

  12. 12
    awwww Says:

    Brad is beautiful from inside and out.

  13. 13
    MIMI Says:

    Brad is so perfect. Angelina is lucky.

  14. 14
    ndn Says:

    Love his voice….so soothing and sexy at the same time….

  15. 15
    a lurker Says:

    Brad looks very happy and relax. Can’t wait for MIR Gala.

  16. 16
    onlooker Says:

    @busted:

    GFW is a bossy one…watch that one carefully. lol
    But since I’ve just recently started on this new thread, I’ve been highly interested in Asian Mind reading and look, IT’S RIGHT HERE! YES!!!!!….*arms in a v and walks off*

    jk

  17. 17
    Always Says:

    Braaaaaaad… You are so beautiful to meeeeeee. Kissss!

  18. 18
    MIR Says:

    Brad & Angie going to the last MIR gala- so gorgeous!!

    http://www.celebitchy.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/FFN_Jolie_PItt_Car_FFRAK_031012_8857925.jpg

  19. 19
    Love Says:

    Thank you for the Love story of the century. You and Angie are meant to be .. may your love for your Angie and Angie for you, her night is shinning armour last for Eternity.
    Love.. Love .. Love :)

  20. 20
    perfect Says:

    Brad Pitt’s New Movie About the Steubenville Rape Has a Strong Message For Men
    Jack Fischl’s avatar image By Jack Fischl 7 hours ago
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    brad, pitt’s, new, movie, about, the, steubenville, rape, has, a, strong, message, for, men, Brad Pitt’s New Movie About the Steubenville Rape Has a Strong Message For Men Image Credit: AP
    The video is as ominous as its creator intended — a figure shrouded in a cheap Guy Fawkes mask, his viage illuminated by the glow of a computer screen. Recorded a few nights before Christmas, that digital missive — created by a scrawny young man from Kansas named Deric Lostutter — would set in motion one of hacktivist group Anonymous’ highest-profile crusades to date targeting those associated with the Steubenville rape case.

    This scene, part of a Rolling Stone article detailing Anonymous’s vigilante efforts to expose the Steubenville rapists, may soon be heading to a movie theater near you thanks to Brad Pitt and his production company, Plan B, which bought the rights to the story earlier this month. So far, it seems Lostutter will be the focus of the planned film, though it remains to be seen whether he will be portrayed as a hero or simply the protagonist.

    The film has so far met with a good deal of controversy from those who argue the victim — not hackers — should be the protagonist of such a story. While this argument makes sense, a high-profile movie about a high-profile case of sexual assault and could spark a much-needed conversation about the responsibility of men in terms of eradicating rape culture.

    And that’s a good thing. Because whatever your stance on Lostutter’s methods, he is an example of a guy who took action on an issue too often met with silence by men.

    All too often it seems, sexual assault prevention is still viewed as a “women’s issue,” one men appear reluctant to actively get involved with. Sure, when questioned, most men are going to declare themselves anti-rape, but saying you’re against sexual assault is like saying that you’re “anti-genocide” or “pro-ice cream” — of course you are. Being anti-sexual assault should be a given, not grounds for praise.

    The perception that rape is somehow a “women’s issue” also assumes that men are never sexually assaulted, when in fact, according to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN), at least 10% of reported American sexual assault survivors are men.

    So what is keeping men on the sidelines? Many, it can be assumed, want to help but are unsure how to get involved. This, however, is no longer good enough. As Jackson Katz says in his excellent TED Talk, “Violence Against Women – It’s a Men’s Issue,” “caring deeply is not enough.”

    So what can guys do to help prevent sexual assault?

    Incidents like the recently leaked email exchanges originating from the underground Epsilon Iota fraternity at American University remind us that misogynistic, hyper-masculine norms still permeate our culture. A CALL TO MEN co-founder Tony Porter and award-winning speaker and educator Keith Edwards often use a box as a metaphor for the way American society currently defines masculinity. This man box has consequences.

    Aggression, stoicism, rationality, sexual competitiveness, superiority to women, heterosexuality, lack of vulnerability — these are all some of the ingrained traits expected of men that culturally and emotionally limit them and can degrade women.

    “Interacting with men who are feeling insecure and who get messages that proving their manhood is often about sexual conquest affects relationships with women at best and leads to sexual and other violence at worst,” Edwards notes.

    Thus, one important action for preventing sexual assault is challenging the confines of the man box, both for yourself and the other men in your life. Even small things like language can have an impact; for example, be careful not to use degrading terms like “plowing” when talking about a sexual experience, don’t mock your buddy when he gets emotional, and don’t use phrases that equate homosexuality or femininity with inferiority (e.g. “You throw like a girl” or using “this is gay” to denote something disagreeable). These little actions may seem insignificant at the time, but they are all part of an effort to be a good ally and a good “bystander.”

    Indeed, “bystander intervention” programs are becoming increasingly popular on college campuses around the country — and what’s more, they appear to be working. The basic premise of these programs is that if you see signs of potential sexual assault, you should intervene. (A recent article in the New York Times prescribes some creative ways of doing so). Such programs aim to make the term “interventionist” as ubiquitous as “designated driver,” mirroring the success of Mothers Against Drunk Driving in the ’80s.

    In the purest sense, Lostutter was a bystander who intervened — and now Hollywood has decided his intervention is worthy of a movie. Again, while the deba

  21. 21
    Neil Says:

    Innovative and brilliant. Well done, Brad. Should generate lots of excitement, interest and FUN.

  22. 22
    Rachel Green of envy Says:

    @rachel:
    What is it to you.. Go and look at your idol Ticky bloated massive BIG face with all that filler gone wrong, and park your self in her DEADEND thread .. She needs you bad.

  23. 23
    perfect Says:

    cont.>>>
    In the purest sense, Lostutter was a bystander who intervened — and now Hollywood has decided his intervention is worthy of a movie. Again, while the debatable ethics of his methods are beyond the scope of this article, another week’s headlines full of fresh high-profile sexual assaults should serve as a reminder that there’s still much to be done to amend a culture that facilitates rape and makes the legal and recovery process difficult for survivors.

    We as young men have a responsibility to do more than simply say we don’t agree with sexual assault — we can be good bystanders, we can educate ourselves and our friends about challenging the man box and we can be good allies for the survivors in our lives (because there is at least one, whether or not you know about it).

    We can act. And hopefully, by the time the Steubenville vs. Anonymous movie comes out, we will be able to look back on the incident as a call to action that helped set off a major cultural shift — not a blip in an increasingly dispiriting status quo.

    http://www.policymic.com/articles/88335/brad-pitt-s-new-movie-about-the-steubenville-rape-has-a-strong-message-for-men

  24. 24
    tweet Says:

    So much to look forward to- MIR gala, Maleficent, Fury, Unbroken…yea!

    OT- check out J-Law flipping off the paps- you go girl! I like her BF, too- he’s trying to stop her. He was in the same UK show as Jack O- Skins.
    Daily Mail Celebrity ‏@DailyMailCeleb
    Jennifer Lawrence has a message for the paparazzi http://dailym.ai/1lPZ6zp pic.twitter.com/tt1S0Fc3Ej

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    Test Says:

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