It’s hard to believe, but Brad Pitt will hit the big 5-0 in two months.
In an interview with Ann Curry that’s set to air Wednesday on the Today show, the actor opens up about reaching AARP age — and he’s ready for it.
“I haven’t minded a bit,” he says. “I have no complaints.”
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And who can blame him? He’s had a successful career in Hollywood for more than 25 years, engaged to Angelina Jolie, 38, and he shares six children — who range in age from five to 12 — with the beautiful actress. No complaints? We get it, Brad. The handsome star also opens up about his new film, 12 Years a Slave, based on the true story of Solomon Northup, a free African American man who’s kidnapped in Washington, D.C. and sold into slavery in 1841.
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“It’s why I got into film in the first place,” Brad says about the movie. “It’s one of those few films that cutes to the base of our humanity.”
The father of six was a producer on 12 Years, and plays a very small role.
But is he ready to show his kids the R-rated flick, which features some disturbing scenes and imagery?
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“Maybe my eldest I would, right now,” he shares. “I’d rather for the others to get a little bit older and understand the dynamics of the world a little more.”
12 Years also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender. It hits theaters Oct. 18.
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