Brad Pitt makes rare appearance at Hollywood premiere

Pablo Tucker
April 6, 2017

Halperin said the straw that broke the camel's back is when Jolie tried to call Haven after having a fight with Pitt on a private jet.

"I thought that he looked really solemn. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Executive producer Brad Pitt attends the premiere of Amazon Studios" "The Lost City Of Z" at ArcLight Hollywood on April 5, 2017 in Hollywood, California.

After the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce was finalized, many were curious about how the actor's ex, Jennifer Aniston, feel about the news.

Rarely appearing in the spotlight these days, Pitt is devoting himself to crafting a sculpture.

Brad Pitt just walked his first red carpet in four months.

TV host and friend of Jennifer Aniston's, Chelsea Handler, has quashed rumours that Aniston is thinking about her ex-husband Brad Pitt and his now ex-wife Angelina Jolie.

While he had an appearance at the Golden Globes as a short surprise on January 8th, he skipped the award circuit.Despite been one of the producers of the Oscar winning "Moonlight" for best picture.

There was also an issue of incest that was brought out between Jolie and Haven. After considering the sacred monsters of the USA culture by revealing secrets (then already stale or denials) about Céline Dion, Kurt Cobain or Michael Jackson, the Canadian who is presented as an " investigative journalist " is set to release a documentary focusing divorce from Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

"He's healthy and much happier", a source insisted to People.

"[Brad] spends all night working on his art and listening to emotional songs."
She said: "I don't want to say very much about that, except to say it was a very hard time". The actor was seen purchasing new clothes at a store there, then meandering around town appearing to be lost before showing up at a supermarket, where he stared at baskets, according to an observer. However, he looked happy enough to be surrounded by "The Lost City of Z" team this week.

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