Brad Pitt says that he looks beyond awards, focuses on difficult cinema instead.
Brad Pitt arrives at the BAFTA awards.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at the Berlin film festival.
Angelina and Brad wave to fans.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
From the Berlin film festival to the Bosnian premiere of Jolie's film, Hollywood's first couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were spotted together. Here's a ...
Brad was naturally there to support her at the premiere.
Angelina, accompanied by partner Brad, went to Bosnia for the premiere of her film In the Land of Blood and Honey.
Angelina Jolie poses with partner Brad Pitt as they arrive for the Cinema for Peace gala in Berlin.
Best Actor nominee Brad Pitt poses next to the Oscar statuette.
Hollywood star Brad Pitt says his latest film Killing Them Softly is not anti US President Barack Obama.
Many reviewers at Cannes have surmised that the movie takes a critical view of Obama's administration, and shows his reign as US president as being one of empty promises, reported Contactmusic.
"Only part of that is true. The movie sets Obama's 2008 Democratic National Convention speech against a landscape of greed and violence but this wasn't an attempt to criticize Obama, but rather the footage was used as a real expression of hope," Pitt said.
The film's director, Andrew Dominick, said that the gangster movie was critical of capitalism, rather than the US government specifically.
"I always feel that crime films are about capitalism, because it is a genre where it is perfectly acceptable for all the characters to be motivated by a desire for money. In some ways, the crime film is the most honest American film because it portrays Americans as I experience a lot of them, in Hollywood, as being very concerned with money," Dominick said.