Brad Pitt  stepped out in all black at the Seoul premiere of Moneyball this evening after giving a press conference earlier in the day. The actor, who stopped to pose for pictures with fans and sign autographs just before the screening, arrived solo after bringing Angelina Jolie  along for several of his recent red carpet appearances. She was by his side at the Tokyo debut of the film earlier this month. They brought all six of their kids along for the trip and the Jolie-Pitts visited Vietnam  after wrapping up their stay in Japan. Their son Pax was born there and the family reportedly paid a visit to the orphanage where he once lived during their visit. Brad and Angelina spend much of their time traveling for their various work and philanthropic obligations, and Brad recently hinted that he might be interested in a more behind-the-scenes role in the movies — and more kids — in the coming years. Brad said he may quit acting at age 50  during a recent interview and also didn't rule out the possibility that he and Angie might expand their family.
Brad Pitt was in high demand at the Korean Moneyball premiere.
Brad Pitt waved to his fans.
Brad Pitt signed autographs before the screening.
Brad Pitt attended his latest premiere solo.
Brad Pitt's trip to Seoul came after a recent debut of the movie in Tokyo.
Brad Pitt  stopped to sign autographs for his Korean fans.
Brad Pitt's fans turned up in droves at the premiere.
Brad Pitt  stopped for an interview at his premiere.
Brad Pitt  bundled up in a scarf.
Brad Pitt wore all black to the event.