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Photos of Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino in Berlin to Film Inglorious Bastards
Brad and Quentin Hit Tarantino's For an Inglorious Cast Dinner

Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino joined the rest of the guys from Inglorious Bastards for dinner at the aptly named Tarantino's restaurant in Berlin last night. Unfortunately, no Diane Kruger this time. Brad showed off his mustache for the role — who wore it better, Brad or George Clooney? — though you can get a much better first look at him in character here. While we're excited to hear more about this unique-sounding project, Brad's already signed on for another one. He'll be starring in a big screen adaptation of The Odyssey, set in space. It'll be interesting to see how that turns out and where the Jolie-Pitt family will be packing up and moving next to join dad on set.

Images include: Til Schweiger, Brad Pitt, Quentin Tarantino, Bruno Eyron

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jaan_black
jaan_black
QT looks like bitter beer face lmao
giazpt
giazpt
Iam so exited for this movie cant wait.
Squishy
Squishy
Tarantino looks even more like a wanker than he usually does!
amandahugginkiss
yeah, why a post about the saint in a brad thread? i ADORE til. LOVED him in "judas kiss." more til, please...
bluesteyes
bluesteyes
I think they're trying hard to do the right thing but they should fire their PR people. I would!
bluesteyes
bluesteyes
Brad pitt looks exhausted these days..Well I am so glad they no longer do the spot light business, Jesus remember those days? Giving birth in the Namibia Desert and donation a lot of money to a dictator! THis time it was France, Thank GOD for that. THat Namibia stuff and the spot light made me cringed big time. Well if Brad can tell his lover not to talk about the kids so much whenever she has a film coming out that would fantastic. I think they're made for one another though.
Joanna
Joanna
What does Angelina have to do with Brad in the movie. Give the man a break, he should have a little bit of a life of his own. It is suppose to be about him this time. It may be true but does lovej2 think Angelina does all the thinking for him.
Mesayme
Mesayme
NEXT!!!
Mädchen
Mädchen
He's separated. He's also a manwh*re though. ;)
Mesayme
Mesayme
Aww... he's so married with kids. Crap. Is there one left that's single, not a manwh*re that I can drool over guiltfree?!?!?! ...good-looking, attached men get on my NERVES! :D :WAVE: Keenan!
Mädchen
Mädchen
Mesayme, that's Til Schweiger, a German actor.
ning
ning
Quentin would look really grumpy when he gets old... that face...
Mesayme
Mesayme
Yeah, yeah, yeah... more importantly WHO THE HELL IS THAT? in that last picture.. :DROOL:
spicyaroma
spicyaroma
It's always good to see Brad :D
ilanac13
ilanac13
i used to LOVE brad but now i'm kind of getting over him a little bit. oh well...what can you do right? i think that it's nice that he's got this project, but i think that neither he nor george are really well suited for staches. good try though! is it just me or does quentin usually look like he's angry?
pinkprincess1101
Brad is still caliente
lovej2
lovej2
Nice to see pics of Brad.
lovej2
lovej2
(Part 2)She's Actually Smart by Nancy Collins Info RSS Once there, Jolie began by citing the “remarkable education” of her seven years as Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations, and her visits to 25 refugee camps. She then proceeded to eloquently make her case that too often, “peace is placed before justice, often times instead of it. I believe there’s no enduring peace without justice.” Justice, as she put it, should not be “a luxury for only rich and wealthy nations. In far too many places I’ve been, I’ve seen refugees returned to live among the same people who attacked them,” the same people who remain in power by “threatening more violence if we attempt to bring them to justice. We let those who destroyed their country decide the future for it. She continued: “When crimes against humanity are punished consistently, the killers’ calculus will change. If they walk away, it sends a message that they need not worry. We need to arrest those indicted. Trials can change behavior.” And finally, “After seven years in the field I have a lot to learn, but I do know that no mother who had her children killed in front of her, no young girl sold into slavery, no boy kidnapped and forced to be a child soldier, no young girl, like the three year old I saw with her limbs cut off, should be expected to forget. No one should have to choose between peace and justice.” When the panel concluded, the actress, who was giving no interviews, was instantly surrounded by people who, in the name of world peace, had summoned up the courage to approach her for an autograph—not for themselves, you see, for their grandchildren. “Of course, I understand,” she replied, ever graciously, as the long fingers of her left hand scrawled her name across the programs. “I have kids, too.” Indeed. The most famous on the planet. As Jolie left, Ted Sorenson, who as JFK’s speechwriter spent a lot of time with the most famous brunette of that era, summed up his impression of the actress. “Frankly, I came a skeptic,” he said, “but am leaving impressed.”
lovej2
lovej2
(Part 1) She's Actually Smart by Nancy Collins Angelina wows a crowd of human rights bigwigs with a kick-ass speech on war crimes, child soldiers and global justice. “Angelina’s full of surprises,” said legendary profiler Lillian Ross, who was shadowing the actress for a New Yorker piece last Friday afternoon at the Council on Foreign Relations. “She doesn’t miss a thing. She’s one of a kind, not only with the six kids—she’s a real working mom—but her intelligence, understanding, humor. And, of course, there’s the beauty. Clint Eastwood says when you look at her up close you realize she has the most beautiful face on earth.” Jennifer Aniston really didn’t stand a chance. Neither did most who heard Jolie deliver the introductory remarks for a panel on Darfur at an elegant international law and justice symposium sponsored by the Jolie-Pitt Foundation. She spoke alongside Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court, and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. It was the final presentation of a decidedly high-wonk day. As Jolie left, Ted Sorenson, whom as JFK’s speechwriter spent a lot of time with the most famous brunette of that era, summed up his impression of the actress. ‘Frankly, I came a skeptic,’ he said, ‘but am leaving impressed.’ It began at noon with the activist actress hobnobbing with General Wesley Clark, Nick Rostow, legal advisor to the political elite, and Greg Craig, the defense attorney who represented would-be Reagan assassin John Hinkley. By the time Council President Richard Haass welcomed everyone, the actress, dressed for diplomatic success in black boots, skirt and blazer, was first row, front and center. When a brand-name Hollywood personality attends such an event, it’s tempting (and often accurate) to dismiss their presence as good PR, a little star power to make the affair palatable to the popular media. Often at these sorts of things, the starlet delivers a few minutes of talking points while affecting a glamorous, yet earnest, pose. Folks were wondering if Jolie’s speech would show a well-intentioned woman well out of her league. Over the course of five hours, as the attendees digested such light fare as “International Obligations Toward Victims of Mass Atrocities,” Jolie scribbled notes on a legal pad. When her turn came to speak, the room hushed and craned its collective neck. Human rights advocates, NGO staffers and Council members—people who live and breathe this subject matter—shifted in their seats to watch the celebrity approach the podium.
LolaDub
LolaDub
cool
Mädchen
Mädchen
I'm confused, has Bruno Eyron been cast as well? Or did he just go as a guest? Pity there's no picture of Daniel Brühl. I really want to know what he'll look like in the film.
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