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Movie characters may seem more glamorous than you and me, but they've gotta eat. And you know who eats a lot in movies? Brad Pitt. And unlike the rest of us, even in comic moments, he looks good doing it (shocker).
Pitt did a fair amount of eating in his Oscar-nominated turn as Billy Beane in "Moneyball," but he chows down so much in so many movies, we're starting to wonder if the actor just gets hungry on set and brings his lunch into the scene with him. We're just waiting to see how much he ingests in "Killing Them Softly," out this week.
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- Avaryl Halley
"Get off my plane!" Just reading that sentence, you can hear Harrison Ford barking the famous catchphrase at Gary Oldman during a climactic sequence in "Air Force One." It's a familiar line, since we've all seen the classic 1997 thriller about a president (Ford) thwarting the Russian terrorist (Oldman) who's hijacked the flying White House. Still, there's probably plenty you don't know about the movie (which opened 15 years ago, on July 25, 1997), including how accurate it is (and isn't), how the filmmakers got access to the real Air Force One, the battle over the film's instrumental score, and the financial windfall that made one cast member the richest star by far (it's not who you think). Read on for the plane (get it?) truth behind the movie. 1. "Air Force One" was actually director Wolfgang Petersen's second movie in four years about a president whose life is threatened; it followed the German-born »
- Gary Susman
With a full weekend to celebrate St. Paddy's this year, we're venturing a guess that some of you may wish to spend at least one of those nights at home... In which case, we've got a list of 10 Irish movies and a themed drink, courtesy of Lavo in Las Vegas, if you'd like to branch out from the Guinness and Jameson's.
Blend the following:
– Shot of Bushmill's Irish Whiskey
– 1/2 oz Green Creme de Menthe
– 2 Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream
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Link | Posted 3/16/2012 by reelz
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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their brood headed for some fun at the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday night for the Cirque du Soleil show, "Ovo." According to X17Online, the high-profile couple decided to forgo the Directors Guild Awards and spend the evening with their kids.
Brad and Angie had previously told "Extra" their children were not thrilled with their absence during award season... perhaps they coaxed their parents into taking them out!
He may be one of the world's most famous actors, but there's still a lot about Brad Pitt that may come as a surprise... check it out!
Facts About Brad PittBrad's Humble Beginnings
Brad Pitt was named William Bradley Pitt on December 18, 1963 in Oklahoma and raised in Missouri.Their family was Baptist, and his father, a trucking company manager, raised Brad and his younger brother Doug, and sister, Julie, to be respectable, churchgoing folk.
5 items from 2012
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