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Brad Pitt could have been The One, but turned the role down, so it went to Keanu.
Brad Pitt recently gave us a taste of his fighting skills when he came toe-to-toe with Bruce Lee (not the real one, obviously) in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. But if his career had gone a little differently, we could have seen ...
 
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Cliff Booth traded in his Globes black-tie for a look that says R-E-L-A-X.
Sleaze, how I've missed you. It feels like it's been ages since your patron saints last stepped out looking both way too comfortable and stylish as hell. But while the sleazelords hibernate, a most-unexpected ambassador has thrown himself into the ring, carrying the Summer of ...
 
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In defense of the one thing from the whole rigmarole that holds up after 20 years.
To begin, I should tell you that this story contains two confessions. Here is the first: I have no idea when the last time I saw Fight Club was, but it may well have been 20 years ago, when the movie first ...
 
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This week's Style Archive covers Hollywood's most handsome man and his love of all things black and shiny.
January 4th 1988. Brad Pitt is signing autographs outside a hotel in Beverly Hills wearing a leather biker jacket with an upturned collar and a faint smile. Three years before Thelma & Louise would jump-start his career, and with iconic roles in ...
 
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The actor says projects will be "fewer and further between."
Clutch Brad Pitt to your bosom. Hold him tight. Give him a big pat on the shoulder with one hand, just to keep the hug going a bit longer. Why the lingering cuddle? Because despite being in two big films this year, ...
 
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A 2006 Daily Express article has made fools of us all
Brad Pitt! You know the guy: does that handsome actor thousand yard stare a lot. Has 12ish children. Embodies the entire aesthetic of every woman he dates to the point where his haircut and dress style are exactly identical to hers.You may ...
 
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"I tell my love to wreck it all. Cut out all the ropes and let me fall."
The ultimate self-indulgent indie breakup song about an unappreciative lover and the quiet heartbreak that comes with a failing relationship (you'll show her/him!), we've all been guilty of hitting repeat on "Skinny Love" during a tough time.So it's good to know that ...
 
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Five steps? Easy peasy.
"Even now, still, it's 'Brad Pitt in Fight Club'. That's the body [men] ask for."When Esquire writer Max Olesker investigated—and trained to achieve—the male's ideal body in 2015, all roads led back to one film. Seventeen years on, when we look in the ...
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