Brad Pitt dropped a bombshell in a Tokyo interview for the Australian 60 Minutes. When interviewer Tara Brown asked the 47-year-old, “How much longer would you like to do your business for?” Pitt answered, “Three years.” She followed up with “Three years?” And he affirmed, “Yeah.” Brown continued, “And then what happens after three years?” To which Pitt responded, “Hell if I know. I am really enjoying the producing side and development of stories and putting those pieces together. And getting stories to the plate that might have had a tougher time otherwise.” For example, the movie he was promoting over there, Moneyball. There’s a good deal more that you can watch or read here, which is where everybody else got this and went crazy, but Deadline likes Brown’s question, “Do you get a lot of kudos making a film like this with your kids, a baseball film?” And Pitt’s answer: “I get more mileage with the zombie film,” referring to World War Z, directed by Marc Forster and targeted to open December 21, 2012 — just after Pitt turns 49.
By THE DEADLINE TEAM | Tuesday November 15, 2011 @ 12:23am PSTTags: 60 Minutes, Australia, Brad Pitt, Moneyball, World War Z
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