AWARD-WINNING American actor Brad Pitt looked sharp on the red carpet for the special screening of Ad Astra premiere last night.
The 55-year-old who plays protagonist Roy McBride in the new science fiction film was joined by his fellow cast mates Ruth Negga and Liv Tyler for the celebrations at the Cinerama Dom in Los Angeles.
Brad Pitt looked extremely dapper in a black blazer on the red carpet of the Ad Astra premiere[/caption]
The Fight Club star, who plays the son of the famous astronaut (Clifford McBride played by Tommy Lee Jones) in his latest flick, looked effortlessly sleek with his hair pushed away from his famously chiselled face for the special celebration.
He tied up his look with a simple yet effective all black blazer with a matching shirt and shoes.
Brad was joined on the star-studded red carpet with award winning actress Ruth Negga, 37 who plays Helen Lantos in the new blockbuster.
The actress, who is most known for her roles in Isolation (2005) and E4’s Misfits, looked gorgeous in flower patterned floor-length ball gown which showed off her tiny frame.
Brad plays Roy McBride, the lead role in the new block buster[/caption]
Brad teamed his all black outfit with a pair of sunglasses[/caption]
Co-star Ruth Negga looked gorgeous in her quirky dress[/caption]
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The stars were accompanied by Liv Tyler, 42 who plays Eve McBride, Roy’s wife in the new film.
She looked gorgeous in a midi length LBD and strappy high-heel shoes whilst hand in hand with the support from her proud dad Steven Tyler, 71.
The new block buster was released last night in the UK and follows the story of Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) after he is recruited by the government to embrace on a mission to relocate his missing father after a sonic blast hit the Earth.
Throughout Roy’s journey, secrets are revealed about humanity and could have potentially threatening consequences to the solar system.
Liv donned an all black dress with a red manicure[/caption]
Steve Tyler joined her daughter on the red carpet[/caption]
Brad himself has revealed that it is the most difficult film he’s worked on and he told CNN Entertainment: “We set out to make a very sincere film, a real bare bones, bare raw kind of honesty, and the danger in that is that, in sincerity it can become to earnest and tip the scales of the film.
“It was very interesting to see how one piece of voice over or holding on a take for too long could suddenly make it just too earnest.”
“It works conversely the other way, we’re talking about seconds, if we got out too early it would be flat and the emotion wasn’t there. I’ve never quite wrestled with a film in that way,” he admitted.
Despite it being one of his hardest roles to date, Brad has received huge amounts of praise for his talent, and has even got fans tongues wagging about receiving an Oscar after it’s first screening at the Venice Film Festival last month.
Several factors including his love of the sci-fi genre landed Brad’s role in the movie[/caption]
The film has also achieved a whopping 83% rating on American review website for film and television: Rotten Tomatoes.
Brad recently divulged his feelings on getting older and working less on his latest cover of GQ.
He last donned the front cover of the magazine back in 2017 following his split from Angelina Jolie – and he revealed that he’d quit booze and gone to therapy following their divorce.
Now, the dad of six has opened up to GQ about his career trajectory, spirituality and living with fame.
Brad wanted to bring something different to the sci-fi genre in his new role[/caption]
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The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star mused: “It’s been my question the last 15 years: ‘If I’m gonna do the role, what can I bring to it that someone else can’t?
“It’s about bringing my personal experience, my personal humour, my personal, um, embarrassments, and my personal pains.
“When I watch [Christian] Bale or [Tom] Hardy, I can’t do what they do. I love watching them. And I couldn’t step into that role. I want to do the same thing on my end.”
The sex symbol has told how he has reached a content place in his life and has even found faith again.
He said: “I’ve gone through everything. Like, I cling to religion. I grew up with Christianity.
“Always questioned it, but it worked at times. And then when I got on my own, I completely left it and I called myself agnostic.
“Tried a few spiritual things but didn’t feel right. Then I called myself an atheist for a while, just kind of being rebellious.
“I wasn’t really. But I kinda labelled myself that for a while. It felt punk rock enough. And then I found myself coming back around to just belief in—I hate to use the word spirituality, but just a belief in that we’re all connected.”
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