In an interview with Parade magazine Brad Pitt said some unnecessary comments about his ex-wife, America’s sweetheart, Jennifer Aniston.
He also recently complained about starring in 1994’s Interview With The Vampire, to EW…
To Parade, on his marriage to Aniston from 2000 to 2005:
“I spent the 90’s trying to hide out, trying to duck the full celebrity cacophony, I started to get sick of myself sitting on a couch, holding a joint, hiding out. It started feeling pathetic. It became very clear to me that I was intent on trying to find a movie about an interesting life, but I wasn’t living an interesting life myself…”
“I think that my marriage had something to do with it. Trying to pretend the marriage was something that it wasn’t.”
To Entertainment Weekly, on his Interview With The Vampire experience:
“I am miserable. Six months in the fucking dark. Contact lenses, makeup, I’m playing the bitch role. One day, it broke me. I called David Geffen, who was a producer. I said, ‘David, I can’t do this anymore. I can’t do it. How much will it take to get me out?’ And he goes, very calmly, ‘Forty million dollars.’”
On his current relationship, with Angelina Jolie:
“I put much more emphasis on being a satisfied man. I’m satisfied with making true choices and finding the woman I love, Angie.”
I would like to tell Brad to please just shut up. How does he manage to boast and complain so much in the same interview? His life is perfect. He fucked Jennifer Aniston over, and she never talks about him, why does he have to talk about her for no real reason?
I wish I could send Brad Pitt to the partially gray-haired actor glue-factory with Clooney, but sadly I can tell his career has longevity to it.
Brad is even making a fuss now about his comments about Jennifer Aniston being misunderstood (I have no idea how they could be?) saying,
“It grieves me that this was interpreted this way. Jen is an incredibly giving, loving, and hilarious woman who remains my friend. It is an important relationship I value greatly. The point I was trying to make is not that Jen was dull, but that I was becoming dull to myself – and that, I am responsible for.”