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Brad Pitt
Height: 5' 11½" (1.82 m)
Birth Name: William Bradley Pitt
Birth Date: December 18, 1963
Birth Place: Shawnee, OK USA

Marital Status: Divorcing Angelina Jolie (8/23/14)
Children: 6 (Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Viv)

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    Brad Pitt Calls BS on Angelina Jolie's Restrictive NDA Argument in Winery War

    (4/5/24) Angelina Jolie is unnecessarily making a big fuss over a non-disclosure agreement Brad Pitt wanted her to sign ... at least according to Brad who says she, and all celebs, sign these all the time.

    The exes are still warring over Miraval, the French winery they co-own, and Brad just filed docs in that dispute ... refuting Angie's claim she walked away from an agreement to sell her share of the winery to Brad, because he insisted she sign a strict NDA.

    In the docs, obtained by TMZ, Brad doesn't deny wanting her to sign one, but he says there's nothing onerous or broad about the NDA he presented her. In fact, he says it's pretty rich for Angelina to complain, because her lawyer "proposed an even broader, mutual non-disparagement clause" to Brad in connection with their divorce.

    As for why he wanted her to sign one for the Miraval deal -- he says it's just good business sense. According to the docs, they both agreed an NDA was necessary to "protect the reputation of the Miraval brand."

    Translation: Brad didn't want to buy her half of Miraval, and then have her trash him in public, thereby, hurting the business.

    In these new docs, filed Thursday in L.A., Brad asks the judge to force Angie to hand over other NDAs she's signed, plus the ones she's asked other people to sign -- all to prove there's nothing especially bad about the one he proposed.

    As we reported, Angelina filed docs of her own on Thursday ... accusing Brad of physical abuse during their marriage -- and before the infamous 2016 private jet altercation with their kids. Brad has denied that allegation.

    Angelina Jolie's Lawyers Claim Brad Pitt's 'Physical Abuse of Jolie' Started Before Their 2016 Plane Incident

    (4/4/24) Angelina Jolie alleges, via lawyers in a new court filing, that ex Brad Pitt was abusive toward her prior to the 2016 plane incident that led her to filing for divorce.

    As part of the former couple's ongoing legal battle over their French winery Château Miraval, on April 4, the actress's legal team filed a motion seeking to release communications they say would prove Pitt, 60, would not let Jolie, 48, sell her share of the winery to him unless she agreed to a "more onerous" and "expansive" NDA.

    Within the new filing, Jolie's lawyers make the claim: "While Pitt's history of physical abuse of Jolie started well before the family’s September 2016 plane trip from France to Los Angeles, this flight marked the first time he turned his physical abuse on the children as well. Jolie then immediately left him."

    A rep for Pitt declined to comment to PEOPLE.

    "This is a pattern of behavior — whenever there is a decision that goes against the other side they consistently choose to introduce misleading, inaccurate and/or irrelevant information as a distraction," a friend of Pitt familiar with the litigation over the years tells PEOPLE.

    "There was a lengthy custody trial that involved the entire history of their relationship and a judge who heard all the evidence still granted him 50/50 custody."

    According to Jolie's side, the winery lawsuit would not have happened if Pitt had purchased Jolie's share when she made the offer. However, Jolie's lawyers claim Pitt refused the deal unless it came with the NDA and suggest the actor feared that sealed documents included in their separate, years-long custody battle could be made public without the NDA.

    "Jolie’s sealed filing, which included emails, summaries of the family’s expected testimony and other evidence, caused Pitt to fear that the information could eventually become public," her lawyers write, adding that Pitt wanted Jolie to "contractually bind herself to that silence" about his alleged "personal misconduct, whether related to Miraval or not."

    A June 2023 filing from Pitt's legal team, however, claims Jolie was the one who suggested an “even broader non-disparagement clause” as part of the deal, and Pitt’s team presented a “narrower” one “intended to protect the business.”

    “The clause also made clear that there would be no limitation on Jolie’s ability to speak in connection with Pitt and Jolie’s divorce or custody proceedings. It specifically provided: This commitment shall however not limit the ability, for any Party, to make any claims, filings or testimony in any legal proceedings.”

    The topic of the NDA came up last year in the court back-and-forth.

    A source on Pitt's side said in June 2023 that "the non-disparagement clause in the contract" was a "totally standard" business transaction; meanwhile, a Jolie source claimed Pitt "refused to complete the Miraval sale with Jolie unless she agreed to being silenced about the abuse."

    Jolie's attorney Paul Murphy said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE April 4, "Mr. Pitt refused to purchase Ms. Jolie’s interest when she would not be silenced by his NDA. By refusing to buy her interest but then suing her, Mr. Pitt put directly at issue why that NDA was so important to him and what he hoped it would bury: his abuse of Ms. Jolie and their family. After eight months of delays, this motion asks the Court to force Mr. Pitt to finally produce that evidence."

    Separately, another source maintains to PEOPLE that Jolie "does not want to be raising any of these facts, and she is doing it only because Pitt’s lawsuit against her is forcing her to defend herself."

    The source adds that "if this does go to trial, [Jolie] will be forced to use that evidence in the trial whether she wants to or not."

    In 2022, Pitt sued Jolie and her former company Nouvel for selling her half of the winery and going against an agreement he said they'd made about not selling without getting approval from the other. Pitt has accused Jolie of intentionally keeping him in the dark about her sale to Tenute del Mondo, whose parent company is spirits manufacturer Stoli Group, owned by Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler.

    He said that sale "jeopardizes the reputation of the business that Pitt so carefully built."

    Back when Jolie's legal team brought up the 2016 plane allegations in a response filed in October 2022 for the winery case, a source close to Pitt said, "It's incredibly sad that she continues to rehash, revise and reimagine her description of an event that happened six years ago, adding in completely untrue information to try to get additional attention for herself at the expense of their family."

    Pitt was never charged following an investigation into allegations of abuse on the Sept. 14, 2016, flight.

    In the latest filing, Jolie's lawyers write that the actress "never pressed charges as she believed the best course was for Pitt to accept responsibility and help the family recover from the post-traumatic stress he caused."

    Pitt and Jolie, who were declared legally single by a judge back in 2019, share six kids: Maddox, 22, Pax, 20, Zahara, 19, Shiloh, 17, and 15-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.hs

    Brad Pitt Roasts Pal Bradley Cooper Over Oscar Directing Snub: “He’s Used To It. He’s a Philadelphia Eagles Fan”

    (2/9/24) Brad Pitt was in top form last night as he presented honoree Bradley Cooper Bwith the Outstanding Performer of the Year Award during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

    First, he poked fun at the Academy’s seeming scattershot nominations this year for Cooper and Maestro.

    “Bradley’s nominated for three [Oscars] for producer, writer, actor,” Pitt observed before quipping of Cooper’s directing effort on the film, “apparently the movie directed itself.”

    Cooper, it should be noted, was very magnanimous when he spoke with Deadline’s Pete Hammond lasy month about his Oscar nominations.

    Pitt then continued on and hit Cooper where it hurts.

    “If it’s not [his year to win],” said Pitt, “Bradley’s ok. He’s Fine. He’s used to it. He’s a Philadelphia Eagles fan.”

    The midwest-raised Pitt then pumped his fist and mouthed “Go Chiefs!”

    The bit got big laughs from the audience and a joking rejoinder from Cooper offstage.

    “Man, that’s f*cked up!” he shouted.

    This isn’t the first time the duo has helped one another out on the awards circuit — or in much more important matters, it turns out.

    In 2020, when Pitt was campaigning for what would become his first acting Oscar for Once Upon a Time in America, Cooper stepped up to introduce his pal at the National Board of Review ceremony.

    “Thank you, Bradley. Bradley just put his daughter to bed and then rushed over to do this,” an appreciative Pitt said as he took the stage after Cooper’s introduction. He then revealed a deeper bond between them.

    “I got sober because of this guy and every day has been happier since.”

    Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Divorce May Be Wrapping Up ... Major Step Takes Place

    (2/9/24) Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's contentious divorce could be close to coming to an end ... with each star taking one of the last key final steps on the path to a divorce settlement.

    According to court documents, obtained by TMZ, both Pitt and Jolie are serving their final financial disclosures on the other party ... which is noteworthy considering there hasn't been much movement on their divorce case for at least a couple years now.

    The final terms of any overall settlement of the divorce haven't been filed yet ... but Thursday's filings indicate that one of the most legendary marriages and acrimonious divorces in recent Hollywood history is finally coming to an end.

    Whenever dueling parties in a divorce submit financial docs ... it means the end is near.

    Remember ... Brad and Angelina first met on the set of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" back in 2004 while BP was still married to Jennifer Aniston. The onscreen couple remained just friends through shooting though Brad separated from Jennifer about a year later.

    Brad and Angelina quickly shacked up together after his separation was announced, and they built a big family over the next few years -- with six children in their brood.

    Brangelina got engaged in 2012 and married in 2014 ... but Angelina filed for divorce just two years later in 2016, citing irreconcilable differences.

    In the same year, Pitt was accused of physically abusing at least one of his children -- even though he was cleared by authorities after an investigation ... and he denied the claims too.

    The divorce proceedings continued to stretch out well after that ... and a judge eventually ruled Brad and Angelina were legally single back in 2019. Other elements of the divorce have been playing out behind the scenes since then ... and now, in '24, the finish line approaches.

    Matters have gotten more complicated between Brand and Angie -- remember, in 2021, Angelina sold her portion of a winery she owned with Pitt ... a move that eventually led to Pitt suing her for allegedly not getting his signoff before selling to a Russian oligarch's company. That lawsuit is still ongoing ... and separate from their divorce case.

    While other legal battles may still be lingering ... it seems like the divorce is nearly a done deal -- and now, it's just a matter of time before it becomes official.

    Stay tuned ...

    Brad Pitt Reuniting With Quentin Tarantino In Final Film ‘The Movie Critic’: The Dish

    (2/2/24) Quentin Tarantino will be reuniting for the third time with Brad Pitt in the director’s final film The Movie Critic. Unclear if Pitt will play the title character, but I think he is. Last time out, Pitt won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for 2019’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and he also starred for Tarantino in Inglourious Basterds. I also think Sony Pictures will be back as the studio distributing the film, with Stacey Sher producing and a 2025 release eyed.

    Tarantino has been circumspect on the last movie, but he opened up a bit to Deadline’s Baz Bamigboye at Cannes in May, when the filmmaker presided over a screening of Rolling Thunder. He said at the time the movie was set in California the year of that film’s release, which was 1977, and that it “is based on a guy who really lived but was never really famous, and he used to write movie reviews for a porno rag.”

    The inspiration goes back to a job Tarantino had as a teen, loading porn magazines into a vending machine and emptying quarters out of the cash dispenser. “All the other stuff was too skanky to read, but then there was this porno rag that had a really interesting movie page,” he told Bamigboye. There was one critic in particular Tarantino liked, who wrote snarky and smart as the second-string critic.

    I’d heard Tarantino did quite a bit of rewriting since then, so we’ll see. I read his Once Upon a Time in Hollywood novelization, and it fleshed out the story of Pitt’s character Cliff Booth, who, it turned out, was as much a cinema fan as he was a stone killer when the stuntman work dried up. If Booth went from stuntman to film critic, that would make a lot of hardcore fans happy; like many of Tarantino’s screen creations, he’s too good a character to let go of.

    The pieces are still falling in place on the film, including where it will be distributed. But after the bang-up job Sony did on Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, including forgoing distribution in China and supporting Tarantino’s refusal to excise the Bruce Lee bout with Cliff Booth, it isn’t too much to imagine Tarantino stays in the fold. Stay tuned.

    Pitt is repped by CAA and Brillstein.

    Brad Pitt at Rolex 24 to film scenes for Formula One movie

    (1/26/24) Of course Brad Pitt is at the Rolex 24 at Daytona, the most prestigious endurance race in the United States.

    The actor is not at Daytona International Speedway as a fan though. He’s actually on track filming scenes for his yet-to-be-titled Formula One movie, and the storyline contains an arc in which Pitt, an aging driver, has returned to sports car racing.

    His presence has been a bit of a headache to many of the other drivers in the field, mainly because of the heavy security at the driver motorhome lot, where Pitt has a spot for his downtime during filming. IndyCar driver Scott McLaughlin complained he was denied access to his motorhome because he wasn’t carrying his credential for entry — an unusual rejection for an athlete clearly in uniform coming directly from the racecar.

    NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace, a regular in the Daytona infield lot, said he’s been bumped to an overflow lot, same for many of the top drivers in the race. Among them? Former F1 champion Jenson Button and IndyCar driver Colton Herta, who wondered if he should ask Pitt for advice on how to make it into F1.

    They’ve all complained that the filming scenes have kept them awake at night as shooting begins long after the track has been cleared of the actual Rolex 24 practices. A filming session requires at least six cars on track at a time.

    Among them are three identically prepared Porsche 911 GT3’s painted as the actual movie car. The cars are also identical to the Wright Motorsports entry that will actually race in the twice-round-the-clock event that begins Saturday.

    The other cars on track are a Mercedes and a BMW that have been described as “non-descript cars looking like they are racing,” as well as a 1999 Lola V8 that is the official “camera vehicle” and rumbles loud enough to sound like a stock car and keep the drivers awake.

    Herta and Button both complained the filming has woken them up this week. Button had a practical view about the disruptions.

    “This race is going to be super cool and the lack of sleep is the only issue, but I’m in the cheap seats,” Button said. “I think we’re doing OK. We’ve got a big race coming up and Brad Pitt is playing a part in the event.”

    Jerry Bruckheimer, who also produced “Days of Thunder,” is producing this F1 movie. Seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton is both a producer and technical adviser, and the director is Joseph Kosinski, who directed “Top Gun: Maverick.”

    It is due for release in summer 2025.

    Brad Pitt Hits Brakes On F1 Film Production In Support Of Strike

    (7/29/23) Brad Pitt is reported to have paused production on his Formula One film, to show support for the SAG strike.

    The Oscar winner is currently in Europe filming Apex, but a source has told UK media that production has been cancelled.

    The Sun reports that:

    “Brad agreed that they would finish shoots booked in but has postponed planned production over the next two months.

    “The cast and crew of Apex have been filming in Budapest (Hungary, central Europe) but Brad has called for the future dates to be put back, in solidarity with everyone striking.

    “Postponing the production was a massive call, especially financially, but Brad has listened to the concerns of the people he works with and wants to show his support.”

    Another source has told Deadline that the crew were scheduled to film at the The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps frequently referred to as Spa, in Belgium this weekend – with the country’s real-life Grand Prix taking place on Sunday – but this won’t now be happening.

    The next planned dates for shooting are Las Vegas in November, by which time everyone involved is hoping for a resolution to the current impasse between writers, actors and studios.

    Pitt is starring in the film as well as producing, the latter alongside former world champion Lewis Hamilton. The team recently joined real-life Grand Prix teams at the British race at Silverstone in England, where Pitt joined the F1 drivers’ race briefing and later took to the track himself, reaching speeds of a reported 150mph.

    Angelina Jolie mercilessly mocks Brad Pitt’s ‘ludicrous’ winemaker affectations

    (7/10/23) Somewhere, Brad Pitt is weeping into a dusty beret.

    Ex-wife Angelina Jolie filed court papers Monday that merciless mock the “Ad Astra” star for his claims to have “built” their French wine business, painting him as a Hollywood dilettante who — despite his claims — has at most “visited the vineyards to admire the work of the French laborers who actually made the business.”

    The superstar has styled himself as something of a gentleman farmer in recent years, more concerned with the terroir of their Château Miraval estate than the foibles of Tinsel Town.

    “I’m a farmer now,” Pitt, 59, told Wine Spectator back in 2014, “I love learning about the land and which field is most suitable for which grape, the drama of September and October: Are we picking today? Where are the sugar levels? How is the acidity? Is it going to rain? It’s been a schooling for me.”

    He added that in the off-months after the harvest, “I enjoy cleaning the forest and walking the land.”

    But on Friday, attorneys for Jolie, 48, lodged a cross-complaint in the endless legal battle over the winery, which they bought together in 2011.

    The papers lay into claims, previously made by Pitt’s attorneys, that Jolie’s decision to sell off her share in the business has threatened to ruin the project that Pitt has poured so much of himself into, calling the idea that Pitt “built” the business “ludicrous.”

    “Pitt is an actor, not a winemaker,” it scoffs. “He deals in illusions, not dirt and grapes.”

    It goes on: “During the years that he allegedly ‘built’ the business, he filmed and appeared in dozens of movies, not to mention making countless promotional appearances, jetting-setting [sic] around the world for movie premieres, and attending Hollywood parties.”

    It somewhat savagely added: “While he no doubt visited the vineyards to admire the work of the French laborers who actually made the business successful, Pitt is no vigneron.”

    As the French say: Ouch.

    The complaint claims that Pitt “looted” the business, spending millions of dollars in profits on frivolous projects, including renovating a recording studio.

    Jolie’s attorneys says Pitt’s business owes her own holding company $350 million.

    He has accused her of selling off her share in the company, contrary to an agreement they made while married, to spite him after their marriage collapsed.

    The pair separated in 2016.

    A rep for Pitt didn’t respond to our request for comment..

    ‘Ageless’ Brad Pitt suits up to film Formula 1 movie at British Grand Prix

    (7/9/23) (Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6) Welcome to the Pitt lane.

    Brad Pitt was having the “time of [his] life” filming the upcoming Formula 1 movie alongside the professional drivers at the British Grand Prix.

    The actor, 59, lined up alongside world champions Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen before the race Sunday, while filming scenes with his co-star Damson Idris.

    The pair, who play drivers Sonny Hayes and Joshua Pearce in the Joe Kosinski-directed flick, wore custom black and white race suits for the fictional team “APXGP.”

    “Brad Pitt is ageless,” one fan tweeted when the actor was shown on the broadcast, while hundreds of others said they were looking forward to the movie’s release.

    The Oscar winner told Sky Sports he was feeling “a little giddy” before walking out on the starting grid.

    “I’ve got to say, it’s great to be here. Having such a laugh, time of my life,” he said.

    Pitt also divulged some plot details about the untitled Apple film, which is being produced by “Top Gun: Maverick” heavyweight Jerry Bruckheimer.

    “I would be a guy who raced in the ’90s. He has a horrible crash, kind of craps out and disappears, and then is racing in other disciplines,” he explained.

    “And then his friend, played by Javier Bardem, is a team owner. They’re a last place team, they’re 21 or 22 on the grid, they’ve never scored a point. And they have a young phenom, played by Damson Idris, and he brings me in as kind of a hail mary. And hijinks ensue.”

    The movie’s fictional team had a high-profile presence in the paddock and pitlane at the British Grand Prix, with “APXGP” even getting its own garage area between Mercedes and Ferrari.

    Pitt, along with two stunt drivers, were also seen driving the film’s modified Formula 2 cars around the Silverstone circuit throughout the weekend.

    “I’ll tell you what’s amazing about it. You see the cameras mounted all over the car. You’ve never seen speed, you’ve never seen G-force like this. It’s really, really exciting,” the actor said.

    Seven-time world champion Hamilton, who is also a producer on the film, revealed Pitt and Kosinski joined the pre-race driver’s meeting and calling the moment “probably the best drivers’ briefing we’ve ever had.”

    However, Pitt wasn’t the only celebrity spotted at the track.

    Cara Delevigne, Florence Pugh, Liam Payne and Hamilton’s rumored flame Shakira were all on hand to watch Verstappen clinch his eighth victory of the 2023 season.

    “Having such a laugh, time of my life,” Pitt said.

    Brad Pitt Attends British Grand Prix To Film Scenes For Apple Formula One Film

    (7/9/23) Brad Pitt has appeared trackside at the British Grand Prix, where he will be filming scenes for his forthcoming Formula 1 feature film.

    The Oscar winner met fans and posed for photographs in the paddock at the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire, England.

    Pitt is working with former F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton on the film for Apple Original Films, and F1 is collaborating on the project, which means access all areas for the all-star cast and crew. CNN reports that Pitt and his co-stars will even film their own pitstop beside the famous track.

    Formula 1 drivers revealed they enjoyed having Brad Pitt in their official pre-race meeting at Silverstone on Friday, with Lewis Hamilton calling it “probably the best drivers’ briefing we’ve ever had.”

    And Pitt also took to the track where he was reported to have reached speeds of 150mph.

    Pitt will star as a former driver returning to the sport with a fictional F1 team, alongside actor Damson Idris (Snowfall) as his teammate.

    Interest in Formula One has mushroomed in recent years with much credit going to Netflix behind-the-scenes documentary series Drive to Survive. Max Verstappen is currently leading the real-life drivers’ championship.

    Brad Pitt in Silverstone pit lane as F1 gears up for Hollywood action

    (7/6/23) Formula One expanded the grid for an 11th team at the British Grand Prix but the Brad Pitt-driven entry won’t be racing for the win.

    The actor was turning laps around the circuit as part of filming for a movie about F1. His adviser and driving coach was seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton.

    Hamilton, who is co-producer of the project, said he wasn’t able to judge much when he watched Pitt practice two weeks ago but he has already been impressed by the Hollywood star's driving skills.

    “I mean, he was just coming by flat out,” Hamilton said with a laugh on Thursday. “But we did do a day together at a track in L.A., and for someone that hasn’t raced he’s definitely already got a keen eye.

    “He loves watching MotoGP (motorcycling), and so he’s always been a racing enthusiast. And he had already a knack for the lines, and he was fully, fully on it. Just good to see.”

    Fans at Silverstone will get to see the car on the track themselves during specific filming slots. and the fictional Apex team has been given a garage in the pit lane, between Mercedes and Ferrari.

    The driver boards bear the unfamiliar names of Sonny Hayes and Joshua Pearce — also known as Pitt and British actor Damson Idris.

    The film is being produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Joseph Kosinski, who both worked on “Top Gun: Maverick.”

    “Joe is an incredible director and you already saw what he’s done with fighter jets, what he did with Maverick,” Hamilton said. “So if you just think about what he’s done with that in terms of the dogfights you saw on those jets, was pretty epic.

    “And bringing that in, that technology and that viewpoint into our world, I think it’s going to be amazing.”

    F1 is looking to build on the success of the behind-the-scenes “Drive to Survive” docudrama — the Netflix show that helped to finally capture the elusive American audience.

    And to that end the series’ organizers have been supportive of the Hollywood project.

    “I’ve been really incredibly grateful to them,” Hamilton said. “I don’t know if this would have been possible 10-plus years ago when the old management was in place. They wouldn’t have perhaps seen this as an important step in terms of the sport’s growth.

    “But we’ve already seen the great work and impact of the Netflix show, and I think this will take it to new heights beyond that.”

    According to details already divulged, Pitt stars as a racing driver who comes out of retirement to compete alongside an up-and-coming rookie against the titans of the series.

    That helps solve one problem in how the 59-year-old Pitt can convincingly portray an F1 driver, with the average age a lot younger in the high-intensity series.

    “Well, firstly, Brad looks like he’s aging backwards,” Hamilton said. “I mean, he looks great for his age and … he’s super fit, he’s been training and at the end of the day it’s a movie, so there will be a Hollywood element to it, that will make it believable.

    “And Brad is such an iconic actor. He has always done such an incredible job, so I can’t tell you how excited I am to have Brad Pitt in the Formula One movie. I mean, it’s incredible. So I think he’s going to do a great job.”

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