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Always Supportive? Where Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston Stand Nearly Two Decades After Split

Everyone's favorite ex-power couple may still have a relationship — just not a romantic one. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston infamously called it quits on their marriage nearly seventeen years ago, but the Fight Club actor, 58, and the Friends star, 53, have continued to remain on great terms. "Brad and Jen are still friends," an insider confirmed to Entertainment Tonight of the beloved former pair, who were married from 2000 until 2005. "They talk and have a nice, friendly, cordial relationship."PICKING SIDES? JENNIFER ANISTON FOLLOWS JOHNNY DEPP ON INSTAGRAM AS HIS GRUELING TRIAL AGAINST EX AMBER HEARD CARRIES ON...

Brad Pitt Did Everything In His Power To Keep Seven's Ending Intact

When talking about the best movies and the best movie endings of all time, David Fincher's "Seven" (or "Se7en," if you prefer) is right up there. It has been 27 years since the film was released in theaters worldwide, but just because all that time has passed, it doesn't mean our sentiments toward the film's unbelievably spooky ending have changed.

Why Lady Gaga dropped out of new Brad Pitt movie Bullet Train

Brad Pitt's Bullet Train, an action movie set aboard a high-speed train going through Japan, looks absolutely bonkers, and has quite the starry cast. It could have been even more bonkers and starry, though, if Lady Gaga didn't have to drop out of the film. Sandra Bullock replaced Gaga as...

Gwyneth Paltrow shares blunt response to question about her exes Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck and Chris Martin

Gwyneth Paltrow had a blunt response to a question about her exes Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck and Chris Martin.The actor and owner of lifestyle company Goop replied to an Instagram post shared by Drew Barrymore.Earlier this week, The Drew Barrymore Show’s official Instagram account shared a clip in which the host spoke about her past relationships, comparing them to “bird carcasses”.The post was captioned: “Would you ever get back together with an ex?”Paltrow, decided to share her answer to the question, hilariously writing: “I’m good.”The post was picked up by Instagram account @commentsbycelebs.The actor previously had high-profile relationships with...

Brad Pitt Action Movie Bullet Train Moved Back A Week To August 5

"Bullet Train" is leaving the station a little later than expected. Damn these pesky train schedules — now the wait to see Brad Pitt kick butt as a dangerous assassin is even longer! Thankfully, this isn't one of those lengthy pandemic-fueled delays, "Bullet Train" is only being pushed back by a single week, premiering in theaters on August 5, 2022 instead of on July 29. The film will screen in premium large formats and IMAX. This strategic move from Colombia Pictures puts another week of distance between this and another highly anticipated IMAX blockbuster — Jordan Peele's "Nope." Keeping away from the cloud and/or alien-infested fright-fest is a pretty good idea, given all the excitement surrounding Peele's third time in the director's seat. More significantly, this puts "Bullet Train" at a distance from most of the major summer blockbusters and guarantees the film a few more of those premium screens, all the way through Labor Day. Unless you count Jo Koy's "Easter Sunday" or the mysterious Owen Wilson comedy "Secret Headquarters," as far as major blockbusters are concerned, Pitt's turn as an assassin will close out the summer movie season.

A Different Beloved Actor Almost Played Brad Pitt's Part In The Lost City

It is the best movie of its kind since 1999's "The Mummy," in no small part thanks to its central romance, and the power of Brad Pitt. He plays a hyper-stylized, hyper-masculine, hyper-handsome adventurer you'd expect would be the star of a movie like this. Though Pitt is not a huge part of the film, he steals every scene he's in, and yet, we almost had a very different actor play the part — and now we really wish this actor had taken the role.

'Love After Lockup' Star Chance Pitt Claims He's Related to Brad Pitt

Ever since it first premiered in 2018, WEtv's Love After Lockup has provided a candid look at relationships that blossomed in hard places, literally. Chronicling the lives of recently released felons and their loved ones, Love After Lockup spotlights the difficulties ex-convicts face when re-assimilating into society, as well as the implications their past has on their relationships.