Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston Recreated A Dirty Scene From “Fast Times” – NowThis

Fans were losing their minds over a virtual table read of the 80s classic, “Fast Times At Ridgemont High,” during which Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt appeared on-screen together for the first time in years. 

The A-list video call from “Dane Cook Presents Feelin’ A-Live” on Thursday night brought together Julia Roberts, Shia LeBeouf, Matthew McConaughey, Morgan Freeman, John Legend, and others. 

With Cook hosting, the table read benefitted charities CORE—founded by Sean Penn, who starred in the 1982 “Fast Times” film—along with the REFORM Alliance.

While the star-studded, hour-long special could entice any viewer—especially Freeman narrating a scene between Roberts and Aniston talking about blowjobs—many were thirsting over the on-screen appearance of exes Aniston and Pitt. 

In a notorious scene from the movie, the character Brad Hamilton, revived by Pitt, fantasizes about Aniston’s character Linda Barrett by the pool. Pitt and Aniston were shown reciting the flirtatious scene as Pitt blushes and smiles. 

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Joey King to Join Brad Pitt’s “Bullet Train”

Joey King at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in 2020. Photo by Shutterstock (10517029fe)

Joey King has become a household name this summer after starring in The Kissing Booth. Well, it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more of her as she’s currently in negotiations to star in Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train.

Bullet Train is based on Kotaro Isaka’s Japanese novel Maria Beetle. David Leitch is set to direct the film from a script by Zak Olkewicz.

According to sources, King will play one of four leads opposite Pitt, and she’ll be the only woman in the group. Other plot details and character descriptions are still under wraps and the production date hasn’t been set yet.

King starred in Netflix’s 2018 The Kissing Booth with Jacob Elordi and Joel Courtney, which just had a sequel released on July 26. A third movie was secretly filmed and will be released in 2021.

King has also been in Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Dark Knight Rises, The ConjuringWhite House Down, Independence Day: Resurgence, Wish Upon, and Slender Man. She received an Emmy nomination for her role in the true-crime drama series, The Act.

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Brad Pitt Matches Jennifer Aniston’s $1 Million to Racial Justice Organization

It has just emerged that Brad Pitt has matched Jennifer Aniston’s $1 million donation to a racial justice organization.

Keep scrolling to find out more…

Brad Pitt has followed in the footsteps of his famous ex-wife…

And it is an incredibly generous footstep, to say the least!

But firstly, let’s start from the beginning…

The 2 blonde bombshells were matched in true Hollywood style by their agents back in 1998.

Jen was still filming Friends and had just completed shooting classic Rom-Com, The Object of My Affection, with Paul Rudd.

Brad, on the other hand, was wrapping up filming Meet Joe Black and was about to start shooting for Fight Club. The 2 kept their relationship a secret at first – you know, probably wanting to avoid any public speculation (if only they had known!).

Stepping out together for the first time at the 1999 Emmy Awards, Jen and Brad shared their romance with the world.

Only 3 months later, during a Sting concert (of all places), the loved-up kids announced their engagement. Stepping on stage and waving the engagement ring to crowds of applause, it really did seem to be a Hollywood-fairytale.

Can you think of a more iconic 90s couple?

Sadly, there does not seem to be any video footage of the Sting concert, I guess this was a time before concerts revolved around the crowd filming e v e r y t h i n g.

The couple wed in sunny Malibu in July of 2000.

The ceremony itself cost a hefty one million dollars, with $76,000 spent on security. Guests were asked to sign confidentiality agreements and airspace surrounding the ceremony was restricted.

Brad and Jen sure were sticklers for privacy!

The Aniston-Pitt privacy stance is perhaps the reason that there remains so much mystery around what the marriage was really like.

In an interview given by Aniston in September 2001 with Rolling Stone Magazine, the star talked about being 1 year into her marriage with Brad and all appeared pretty darn rosy.

In the Rolling Stone interview, Aniston divulged how the couple had purchased a $15 million property, liked to bond over music and may or may not be potheads.

Aniston’s love for Brad is apparent throughout the interview, she can’t seem to help but bring him up at any given opportunity.

But a couple of years later, the cracks began to appear in the fairytale romance of Brad and Jen.

Talking to W Magazine, Aniston was asked if Brad was the love of her life.

She responded with an awkward rambling answer that ends with, “He’s certainly a big love in my life..”

All good things must come to an end eh?

We’ve got to that point in the love story of Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt that we never want to get to… it’s all downhill from here, guys (or is it?).

Well, let’s just cover what must be covered… Let’s talk about Mr and Mrs Smith.

It’s May 2004, and “happily” married Brad Pitt starts filming the assassin/spy flick alongside the single (and admittedly.. very beautiful) Angelina Jolie (it’s those darn cheekbones).

Anyway blah, blah, blah, the 2 co-stars spent an awful lot of time together and got on very well.

The press had a field day during the shooting of Mr & Mrs Smith and rumors about how close Angie and Brad were getting circulated across the world…

And by January 2005, Aniston and Pitt had announced their separation.

In their joint statement, the couple contested the tabloid rumors and insisted that they would remain friends.

It didn’t take long for Brad and Angelina to go official…

And over the years, they went on to have 6 children together – 3 of whom were conceived and 3 of whom were adopted.

But relations between the 2 exes did not stay so civil…

Aniston publicly slammed Pitt and Jolie for their insensitivity following the break-up.

We mean, fair play to Jen! She has every right to be upset after Jolie publicly discussed the building of feelings between herself and Pitt whilst filming Mr & Mrs Smith (which we all know was still during Jen and Brad’s marriage..).

In response to Jolie’s public comments about the blossoming of her and Pitt’s relationship, Aniston spoke to Vogue in 2008.

Huffpost notes that Jen told Vogue, “I felt those details were a little inappropriate to discuss. That stuff about how she couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool.”

But clearly, things weren’t meant to be.

Brad and Angelina split in 2016.

The divorce seemed rather messy, with allegations of substance abuse problems and issues between Brad and the kids coming to the fore.

And though there’s a certain amount of bad blood between Brangelina …

Brad and Jen seem to have reconnected during these difficult times.

Or, as some suspect, something more …

Because a few months ago at the SAG Awards …

The backstage pictures snapped of Brad and Jen got the whole internet talking.

The pair were locked in an adorable private joke …

And then as Jen started to walk away, Brad pulled her back in for more lols.

And that’s not all.

The Hollywood Reporter also shared this picture of Brad watching Jen’s acceptance speech for Best Female Actor in a Drama Series.

He’s so proud!

It seems that the former flames have reconnected…

And although Jen has been adamant that they’re just friends, fans have been speculating that more has been going on.

They’re clearly in a lot of contact, however…

Because Brad has just made a very generous move to match his ex-wife.

Jen recently donated $1 million to the racial justice organization Color of Change in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

Color of Change is an organization that works to get equal justice for black people in America.

The website says: “Color of Change leads campaigns that build real power for Black communities. We challenge injustice, hold corporate and political leaders accountable, commission game-changing research on systems of inequality, and advance solutions for racial justice that can transform our world.”

She is aware of the “terrible injustice” that’s going on right now…

It was reported that Jen made her donation “to the charity she felt resonated with her the most” after being “deeply affected” by the death of Floyd late last month.

“She wanted to show her support and has donated a big sum to the charity she felt resonated with her the most. The link is on her Instagram page so her fans can also donate.”

Brad clearly agreed with Jen’s motive…

Because he decided to match her donation by donating a further $1 million himself to the organization.

It seemed that his ex-wife inspired him…

The Mirror reported on Saturday:

“Brad is ­really involved with the charity because of Jen and said he would match her donation.”

This is truly astounding…

And a huge sum of money can help make such a difference to this amazing cause.

Thank you, Brad and Jen.

Let’s hope that the awareness they have both raised will educate others and will hopefully allow us to strive towards a better future.

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Brad Pitt threw a pizza party for daughter Shiloh’s birthday which saw him reunite with ALL his kids | Daily Mail Online

It seems Brad Pitt‘s domestic life has taken a turn for the better, and just in time for his daughter Shiloh’s 14th birthday.

The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star reportedly threw a lavish birthday party for his daughter Shiloh on Wednesday, according to The Sun.

The fete, to mark Shiloh’s 14th trip around the sun, was attended by all of her siblings, which included her eldest brother Maddox, 18 – who had up until recently been estranged from his father.

Star dad: Brad Pitt reportedly threw a lavish 14th birthday party for his daughter Shiloh on Wednesday complete with pizza, cake and gifts; seen here at the SAG Awards in LA in January

‘Brad really wanted to make Shiloh’s day special and had been planning it for a while, he can’t believe how grown up she is,’ a source told The Sun.

‘He has an expensive pizza oven at his house and made her favorite dish for the party, while also celebrating with a cake.’ 

The insider also said Shiloh’s siblings, 11-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, Zahara, 15, Pax, 16, and Maddox, were all in attendance at the 56-year-old Oscar winner’s Los Feliz, California home.

‘Brad really wanted to make Shiloh’s day special and had been planning it for a while, he can’t believe how grown up she is,’ a source revealed; Shiloh seen here with her mother Angelina Jolie in October 2019

‘Shiloh’s birthday really brought them all together, and she had plenty of presents to open on the day,’ the source continued.

‘One of Brad’s film editor pals put together a video of messages from her family and friends all over the world, some of whom she hadn’t seen in a while due to the pandemic.

‘Shiloh is really into photography and Brad also bought her a vintage Polaroid camera and created a book of all her best photographs from the past few years,’ the insider added.

Family man: Pitt has been working hard at mending rifts in his family, ever since his very public divorce proceedings against ex-wife Jolie began in 2016; seen at this year’s Oscars

And to top it all off, Pitt also surprised Shiloh with a studio session with a guitarist for lessons on how to play.

Brad’s children have been spending the majority of their time during the pandemic with their mom Angelina, 44, whose $25million home is mere minutes from Brad’s mansion. 

Pitt has been working hard at mending the rifts in his family, ever since his very public divorce proceedings against ex-wife Angelina Jolie began in 2016.

Latchkey kids: Brad’s children have been spending the majority of their time with their mom Angelina, whose $25million home is mere minutes from Brad’s mansion; Angelina and Shiloh seen with twins Vivienne and Knox in December of 2018

It all stemmed from an allegedly heated fight on a private jet that year, which resulted in Angelina and Brad calling it quits and Maddox not speaking to his father for an extended period. 

But more recently, sources claim the exes have been ‘getting on better’ since agreeing on a custody schedule for their children. 

‘Brad’s kids are the most important thing to him. He tells his friends he learns so much about life from his own children,’ a source told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday.

‘He and Angie have been getting along so much better since the custody rules have been worked out. They have come so far.’ 

‘Brad’s kids are the most important thing to him. He tells his friends he learns so much about life from his own children,’ a source says of the Oscar winner; the family seen here in 2014

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Dr. Fauci thinks Brad Pitt “did great” impersonating him on “Saturday Night Live” – CBS News

Dr. Anthony Fauci has seen his face on T-shirts, bobblehead dolls and even donuts — but you know you’ve become a pop culture icon when “Saturday Night Live” does a skit about you. And Fauci was pleased to see he wasn’t portrayed by just anybody — Brad Pitt played him on last Saturday’ episode.

In an interview with Telemundo, the 79-year-old director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reacted to the 56-year-old heartthrob’s portrayal. “I think he did great. I mean, I’m a great fan of Brad Pitt, and that’s the reason why when people ask me who’d I like to play me I mention Brad Pitt because he’s one of my favorite actors,” Fauci said.

“He showed he’s really a class act when at the end he took of his hair [wig] and he thanked me and all the health care workers,” Fauci continued. “So not only is he a really great actor, he’s actually a really classy person.”

In the cold open of Saturday’s show, Pitt wore a gray wig and glasses to resemble Fauci and impersonated the doctor’s thick New York accent. Pitt, as Fauci, joked about the women who send him flattering emails and pointedly corrected things President Trump has said. As a member of the White House coronavirus task force, Fauci appears alongside Mr. Trump at many meetings and press briefings, and their messages have clashed from time to time.

At the end of the skit, Pitt stepped out of character and thanked Fauci for his “calm and clarity during this unnerving time,” and went on to express gratitude to all of America’s frontline workers.

Pitt was a natural choice to play Fauci — the doctor himself said in a previous interview that he’d like to see the actor portray him.

“SNL” is know for its celebrity cameos, and Pitt wasn’t the only surprise appearance during Saturday’s episode — Charles Barkley and DJ Khaled also appeared in a sketch.

Like the rest of the episode, the cold open was not filmed in a studio or with an audience due to social distancing guidelines. It was the second episode that the cast produced from their homes.

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Have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hired Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s former bodyguard? | Daily Mail Online

Harry and Meghan are reportedly hiring former SAS soldiers to replace their Scotland Yard bodyguards.

They apparently chose from a shortlist of two firms whose staff have guarded stars including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Nicole Kidman, Madonna and the Ecclestone family.

From tomorrow, the Sussexes will no longer be working members of the Royal Family as they pursue new lives and careers in US with their ten-month-old son Archie.

Harry and Meghan are reportedly hiring former SAS soldiers to replace their Scotland Yard bodyguards

As the Daily Mail revealed this week, they have agreed to meet the bill for their own security in America. Harry and Meghan had found themselves at the centre of a row over the cost to British taxpayers of providing them with round-the-clock protection by the Metropolitan Police during their new life in California.

The row deepened after President Donald Trump said Americans should not be asked to contribute. The couple have decided to hire a private security team charging around £400 a day per guard, the Sun reported yesterday.

Experts say their annual bill could be up to £4million as they will require the use of several bodyguards a day. While a spokesman for the couple insisted they would meet the bill personally, Prince Charles may also contribute.

The royal couple apparently chose from a shortlist of two firms whose staff have guarded stars including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie (pictured)

Harry and Meghan are pursueing new lives and careers in US with their ten-month-old son Archie

He has agreed to make a substantial contribution towards his son and daughter-in-law’s living costs for the next 12 months while they ‘get on their feet’.

Sources have warned that the money, which will come from his personal funds and not the Duchy of Cornwall, is not ‘inexhaustible’ and will be reviewed in a year.

Meanwhile the Royal Family are determined to put the Megxit saga behind them, the Daily Mail can reveal. While there is still sadness – and hurt – over Harry and Meghan’s decision to step down as working royals and live abroad, the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and other senior figures believe there is no more they can do to bridge the divide.

‘Harry and Meghan have made their decision and it is clear they have moved on, which is what everyone else is now trying to do,’ well-placed sources said. ‘There is a lot of work to do, especially given the health crisis currently faced by this country.’   

From tomorrow, the Sussexes will no longer be working members of the Royal Family. Signing off their Sussex Royal social media feed, Harry and Meghan told their 11million followers: ‘Thank you to this community for the support, the inspiration and the shared commitment to the good in the world’

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Oscars 2020: From Natalie Portman To Brad Pitt – Best & Worst Dressed Ranked!

The day finally arrived and we saw the who’s who of Hollywood put their fashion foot front on the red carpet of Oscars 2020. Apart from the celebration of the world of films, it was also one of the year’s most foreseen evenings of fashion. The Oscars came bustling with chic haute couture and pared-back designs that ruled the red carpet.

Every year, Hollywood stars meet under one roof to celebrate cinema and take away awards for their hard work in the latest fashion trends. This time Hollywood stars like Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Brad Pitt, Renée Zellweger, Joaquin Phoenix, Billy Porter stepped looking their best and stole the limelight on the red carpet.

From Billy Porter’s golden chest armour to Natalie Portman’s gown was embroidered with the names of women who were snubbed this year to Brad Pitt’s classic tuxedo, this year we saw a lot happening on the carpet. While we talk about their looks, you can decide who looked the best amongst them.

Oscars 2020: From Natalie Portman To Brad Pitt – Best & Worst Dressed Ranked!
Oscars 2020: From Natalie Portman To Brad Pitt – Best & Worst Dressed Ranked!

Best Dressed:

Natalie Portman: Natalie Portman stepped in a custom Dior Haute Couture gown in black colour. The gown had golden embroidery on it with the names of women directors and actors who were snubbed this year. She kept her makeup quite subtle and stole the show with her smile.

Janelle Monae: Janella’s custom Ralph Lauren dress was a highlight in itself. The dress featured over 168,000 Swarovski crystals and it made Janelle Monae always looks out of this world. With the sassiest walk, Moane stepped up the game at the Oscars red carpet.

Billy Porter: Well, with his Giles Deacon’s custom couture gilded feathery top, Billy porter just outdid himself. He paired the top with a floor-length skirt featuring a bold orange print from Versace and looked like a bomb as usual.

Brie Larson: Brie Larson’s made heads turn with her Celine gown. The body fit gown composed of more than 13,000 Swarowski crystals and looked every inch of perfect on Brie. Fun fact is that the dress required over 1,200 hours of hand embroidery to look this beautiful and we think Brie is doing absolute justice to it.

Scarlett Johansson: The Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit star stepped down in an Oscar de la Renta. Her metallic dress looked sexy on Scarlett and she accentuated her powerful look with subtle dewy makeup.

Brad Pitt: Brad Pitt looked classy as always in Brioni. The actor bagged the award for the best supporting actor for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood looking dashing.

Worst Dress:

Gal Gadot: Gal Gadot may have many hearts with her on-screen presence but she failed to impress us with her Givenchy Couture gown. The Wonder Woman star stepped in a fluffy pink skirt and black-lace bodice was a big fail considering that her previous red carpet appearances were exceptionally stunning.

Margot Robbie: Margot stepped in a Chanel gown in black colour and failed to impress us. Her dress was not Oscar-worthy and we know she could do better.

Laura Dern: While the actress bagged the award for supporting actress, we think her Armani Privé blush pink silk crepe dress with a full-length skirt that sweeps into a train was a big now. The top was a black crystal blouse with ornamental tassels that failed to make an impression.

Billie Eilish: While we all love Billie Eilish for her song and were excited to see her at the Oscars red carpet, her Chanel tweed jacket is something she wears everywhere and we thought she could have done something new for the red carpet.

Timothée Chalamet: Timothée Chalamet is a charming actor who everybody loves and his fashion sense is highly spoken off. But instead of dressing like the red-carpet prince that he is, Timothee went for something so basic that it was a huge disappointment or us.

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Brad Pitt criticises Trump impeachment trial verdict after Oscar win: ‘I don’t think we should let it slide’ | The Independent

Brad Pitt got political at the Oscars after criticising the verdict of Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.

During his emotional acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actor, Pitt referenced the fact that the testimony of former national security adviser John Bolton was blocked.

“They told me I only have 45 seconds up here, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week,” he said.

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“I’m thinking maybe Quentin [Tarantino] does a movie about it,” he continued, adding: “In the end, the adults do the right thing.”

Asked about his comments in the press room, Pitt said: “I was really disappointed with this week. I think when gamesmanship trumps doing the right thing, it’s a sad day, and I don’t think we should let it slide. I’m very serious about that.”

Created with Sketch. Oscars 2020: Best-dressed stars on the red carpet

Created with Sketch. Oscars 2020: Best-dressed stars on the red carpet

1/80 Cynthia Erivo

Cynthia Erivo blew a kiss as she posed in her futuristic white and silver Versace gown.
The Little Women star cracked a smile on the red carpet wearing a teal Louis Vuitton gown and silver penchant necklace.

3/80 Margot Robbie

The Bombshell actor added a burst of colour to her look with a bright red lip, donning a black, strapless Chanel gown with a purple jewel embossed on the front.

4/80 Kristen Wiig and Gal Gadot

The Wonder Woman 1984 co-stars laughed as they posed together on the red carpet, Wiig in red and Gadot in black lace.

5/80 Laura Dern

Laura Dern attended the Academy Awards with her mother, wearing a pink and black Armani gown.

6/80 Spike Lee

Spike Lee paid tribute to the late Kobe Bryant with his Oscars outfit, wearing a purple blazer emblazoned with Bryant’s basketball jersey number, 24.
The Little Women star smiled as she had her Gucci dress adjusted on the red carpet.

8/80 Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman wore a Dior dress for the Oscars embroidered with the names of female directors who were snubbed in the nominations.
Pugh was all smiles as she and her mother walked the red carpet.

10/80 Cynthia Erivo

The Harriet actor struck a powerful pose on the red carpet wearing a white and silver cut-out Versace gown.

11/80 Charlize Theron

Theron attended the Academy Awards wearing an elegant black Dior gown, designed with a thigh-high split.

12/80 Gal Gadot

The Wonder Woman star put on a glamorous display in an ethereal Givenchy gown, featuring a black lace, high-neck top and bubblegum-pink lace, layered skirt.

13/80 Brie Larson

Captain Marvel herself looked every inch a superhero in a blush pink, sequinned Celine design, complete with a cape.

14/80 Kathy Bates and Rebel Wilson

Kathy Bates wore a black and navy suit for the Oscars, posing alongside the golden-clad Rebel Wilson on the red carpet.
The A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood actor looked sharp in a black tuxedo.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actor chose to wear a stylish, black Chanel design on the red carpet.

17/80 Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix

Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix smiled for the cameras, Mara in a black lace Alexander McQueen ensemble and Phoenix in his environmentally-conscious Stella McCartney suit.

18/80 Kristen Wiig and Gal Gadot

Wiig matched the red carpet in a bright, scarlet design, while Gadot chose to wear a contrasting, two-tone dress for the Academy Awards.
The Oscar nominee looked dashing in a black tuxedo.

20/80 Sandy Powell and Christopher Peterson

Costume designer Sandy Powell wore a suit autographed by several high-profile Hollywood figures, which she is planning on auctioning for charity. Powell attended the Oscars with fellow costume designer Christopher Peterson.

21/80 Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker

Adam Driver, wearing a black tux, attended the Oscars with his wife, actor Joanne Tucker, who wore a white and black floral Oscar de la Renta gown, designed with practical pockets.

22/80 Lucy Boynton and Rami Malek

Bohemian Rhapsody co-stars and couple Lucy Boynton and Rami Malek looked effortlessly stylish on the red carpet, Malek in an all-black Yves Saint Laurent ensemble and Boynton in a white and black Chanel dress with checkered sleeves.

23/80 Sunrise Coigney and Mark Ruffalo

Actor Sunrise Coigney donned a fuchsia, ruffled gown for the Oscars, while her husband, Avengers: Endgame star Mark Ruffalo, looked suave in a black tuxedo.
Actor and producer Rita Wilson appeared to mimic the Oscars statuette with her shimmering, gold Tom Ford number.

25/80 Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson

Saturday Night Live star Colin Jost dressed smartly in a black suit, while Scarlett Johansson looked radiant in a metallic, strapless Oscar de la Renta gown.

26/80 Timothee Chalamet

Timothee Chalamet appeared to dress in a particularly casual manner for the Academy Awards, wearing a navy blue tracksuit by Stella McCartney.

27/80 Mahershala Ali and Amatus Sami-Karim

Oscar winner Mahershala Ali opted for an all-black Zegna ensemble for the awards ceremony, while his wife, Amatus Sami-Karim, wore a lilac gown and white headpiece.
Lucy Boynton dressed elegantly for the red carpet, wearing a white and black Chanel gown with checkered, exaggerated sleeves.
The No Times to Die actor oozed old-school glamour in a white, halterneck Louis Vuitton gown, designed with a black hem on the skirt.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star looked sophisticated in a smart black Armani tuxedo.
The Marriage Story actor shimmered on the red carpet in a metallic strapless Oscar de la Renta gown.

32/80 Kristen Wiig

Wiig wore a standout scarlet Valentino outfit at the Academy Awards, designed with ruffles down the side and a train.
Rooney Mara opted for a signature gothic look at the awards ceremony, wearing a black lace, cut-out Alexander McQueen design.

34/80 Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson

The couple made a stylish pair in Tom Ford on the red carpet, Hanks in a black tux and Wilson in a rose gold, tassled gown.

35/80 Margot Robbie

The Academy Award nominee was styled in a black, chiffon Chanel dress, which featured a purple jewel at the front.

36/80 Renee Zellweger

The Oscar nominee went for a simple but impactful look, wearing a one-shoulder, white sequinned Armani design.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood looked ever stylish in a black Brioni tux.

38/80 Florence Pugh

The Oscar nominee dazzled in a teal Louis Vuitton number on the red carpet, designed with a layered skirt.

39/80 Saoirse Ronan

The Little Women star stood out on the red carpet in a multi-coloured Gucci design, featuring a black, V-neck torso, a lilac skirt and a cream, ruffled midriff.

40/80 Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman looked radiant in a black and gold Dior ensemble, featuring a cape and gold embellishments.

41/80 Keanu Reeves and his mother Patricia Taylor

Keanu Reeves attended the Oscars with his mother, costume designer Patricia Taylor. The pair contrasted one another on the red carpet, Taylor in a white suit and Reeves in black.

42/80 Joaquin Phoenix

In January, Joaquin Phoenix vowed to wear the same custom-made Stella McCartney suit to every awards show in an effort to reduce waste.

43/80 Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek looked angelic in a white, one-shoulder Gucci dress, accessorising with a silver headpiece and matching bangles.

44/80 Maya Rudolph

Maya Rudolph struck gold in a sequinned orange Valentino gown, accessorising with gold, strappy heels and wearing her hair in a chic bob.

45/80 Sandra Oh

The Killing Eve star looked breathtaking in a gold, sequinned Elie Saab design, topped with a ruffled hem and shoulder details.

46/80 Taika Waititi

The Jojo Rabbit director knows how to work a red carpet, as shown during his many red carpet appearances. During this year’s Oscars, he chose to go for a somewhat understated black tux, a departure from his usual colourful style.

47/80 Penelope Cruz

Penelope Cruz’s Chanel ensemble featured several different eye-catching elements, including a white rose, a pearl belt, a pocketed skirt and a halter neck.

48/80 Rebel Wilson

The Pitch Perfect actor dazzled in a gold, sequinned floor-length Jason Wu design.

49/80 Janelle Monae

The singer had a Cinderella moment on the red carpet, donning an extravagant, unique, silver Ralph Lauren ballgown, designed with a matching hood.

50/80 Olivia Colman

Olivia Colman, who won the Best Actress Oscar last year for her performance in The Favourite, attended this year’s Academy Awards in a navy, cut-out, velvet Stella McCartney dress, complete with a train.

51/80 James Corden and Julia Carey

Corden attended the awards ceremony wearing a black tuxedo, while his wife, Julia Carey, donned a silver, embellished gown with a royal blue belt.

52/80 Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig

Little Women director Gerwig wore a strapless, khaki dress on the red carpet, while her partner, Marriage Story director Baumbach, was dressed in a black suit.

53/80 Oscar Isaac and Elvira Lind

The Star Wars actor donned a black suit for the occasion, while his wife, director and producer Elvira Lind, brightened up the red carpet in a sunshine yellow, layered gown.

54/80 Kelly Marie Tran

The Star Wars favourite opted for a black strapless gown, designed with blue floral detailing at the top.

55/80 Julia Louis-Dreyfus

The Veep star contrasted with the red carpet in a navy gown, accessorising with a eye-catching diamond necklace.

56/80 Gerard Butler

The actor struck a pose on the red carpet, wearing a svelte navy suit.
The singer stunned on the red carpet in a white Chanel ensemble, complete with lace gloves.

58/80 Laura Dern

The Oscar nominee opted for a pale pink Armani number with black detailing at the top, accessorising with understated jewels.

59/80 Mindy Kaling

The Late Night star attended the Academy Awards wearing a bright marigold one-shoulder gown with pleating detail.

60/80 America Ferrera

The Ugly Betty actor looked regal in a scarlet, floor-length Alberta Ferretti gown, accessorising with a golden headband.

61/80 Gam Wichayanee

The Thai singer looked every inch a princess on the red carpet, wearing a stunning, off-the-shoulder, ombre, chiffon gown.

62/80 Anthony Ramos and Jasmine Cephas Jones

The actors, who both starred in the original Broadway production of Hamilton, made for a stylish pair on the red carpet, Ramos in a white and black ensemble and studded shoes, and Jones in a black, blouson-sleeved gown.
The Booksmart star brought a touch of old-school glamour in a white and black floral gown, her hair styled in classic waves.

64/80 Billy Porter

Billy Porter arrived on the red carpet in a skirt and top combination.

65/80 Tonya Lewis Lee and Spike Lee

Tonya Lewis Lee attended the Oscars in a white gown alongside filmmaker Spike Lee, who opted for a purple suit with yellow detailing.
The Booksmart actor oozed glamour in a red, embellished, strapless Louis Vuitton gown.

67/80 Vanessa Nadal and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda looked chic in a black tuxedo, while his wife, lawyer Vanessa Nadal, contrasted in a white, embellished gown.

68/80 Caitriona Balfe

The Irish actor made a bold entrance on the red carpet, wearing a black, fishtail gown designed with a sheer, pink top and bow.

69/80 Sigourney Weaver

Sigourney Weaver attended the Oscars in a green long-sleeved gown with a matching clutch.
Chrissy Metz attended the Oscars in a pillared red gown.
Regina King chose a pale pink structured Versace gown for the Oscars.

72/80 Julia Butters

Julia Butters also chose a pink outfit, arriving on the red carpet in a long-sleeved gown with matching pink purse.

73/80 Idina Menzel

Idina Menzel went with a pink theme as well, arriving on the red carpet in a strapless fuchsia gown.

74/80 Ryan Piers Williams and America Ferrera

America Ferrera chose a red gown for the red carpet and accessorised with a headband. Ryan Piers opted for a simple black tuxedo.
Zazie Beetz chose a strapless black dress for the Oscars.

76/80 Kerri Higuchi and John Cho

Kerri Higuchi chose a black and silver gown for the red carpet, while John Cho opted for a burnt orange suit.

77/80 Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts arrived on the red carpet wearing a one-shouldered sparkling green gown.
George MacKay opted for a simple tuxedo for the 92nd annual Oscars.

79/80 Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora

Aurora arrived at the Oscars wearing a pale green ensemble with red accents.

80/80 Kelly Ripa

Kelly Ripa arrived on the red carpet in a black structured one-shouldered gown.

1/80 Cynthia Erivo

Cynthia Erivo blew a kiss as she posed in her futuristic white and silver Versace gown.
The Little Women star cracked a smile on the red carpet wearing a teal Louis Vuitton gown and silver penchant necklace.

3/80 Margot Robbie

The Bombshell actor added a burst of colour to her look with a bright red lip, donning a black, strapless Chanel gown with a purple jewel embossed on the front.

4/80 Kristen Wiig and Gal Gadot

The Wonder Woman 1984 co-stars laughed as they posed together on the red carpet, Wiig in red and Gadot in black lace.

5/80 Laura Dern

Laura Dern attended the Academy Awards with her mother, wearing a pink and black Armani gown.

6/80 Spike Lee

Spike Lee paid tribute to the late Kobe Bryant with his Oscars outfit, wearing a purple blazer emblazoned with Bryant’s basketball jersey number, 24.
The Little Women star smiled as she had her Gucci dress adjusted on the red carpet.

8/80 Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman wore a Dior dress for the Oscars embroidered with the names of female directors who were snubbed in the nominations.
Pugh was all smiles as she and her mother walked the red carpet.

10/80 Cynthia Erivo

The Harriet actor struck a powerful pose on the red carpet wearing a white and silver cut-out Versace gown.

11/80 Charlize Theron

Theron attended the Academy Awards wearing an elegant black Dior gown, designed with a thigh-high split.

12/80 Gal Gadot

The Wonder Woman star put on a glamorous display in an ethereal Givenchy gown, featuring a black lace, high-neck top and bubblegum-pink lace, layered skirt.

13/80 Brie Larson

Captain Marvel herself looked every inch a superhero in a blush pink, sequinned Celine design, complete with a cape.

14/80 Kathy Bates and Rebel Wilson

Kathy Bates wore a black and navy suit for the Oscars, posing alongside the golden-clad Rebel Wilson on the red carpet.
The A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood actor looked sharp in a black tuxedo.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actor chose to wear a stylish, black Chanel design on the red carpet.

17/80 Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix

Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix smiled for the cameras, Mara in a black lace Alexander McQueen ensemble and Phoenix in his environmentally-conscious Stella McCartney suit.

18/80 Kristen Wiig and Gal Gadot

Wiig matched the red carpet in a bright, scarlet design, while Gadot chose to wear a contrasting, two-tone dress for the Academy Awards.
The Oscar nominee looked dashing in a black tuxedo.

20/80 Sandy Powell and Christopher Peterson

Costume designer Sandy Powell wore a suit autographed by several high-profile Hollywood figures, which she is planning on auctioning for charity. Powell attended the Oscars with fellow costume designer Christopher Peterson.

21/80 Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker

Adam Driver, wearing a black tux, attended the Oscars with his wife, actor Joanne Tucker, who wore a white and black floral Oscar de la Renta gown, designed with practical pockets.

22/80 Lucy Boynton and Rami Malek

Bohemian Rhapsody co-stars and couple Lucy Boynton and Rami Malek looked effortlessly stylish on the red carpet, Malek in an all-black Yves Saint Laurent ensemble and Boynton in a white and black Chanel dress with checkered sleeves.

23/80 Sunrise Coigney and Mark Ruffalo

Actor Sunrise Coigney donned a fuchsia, ruffled gown for the Oscars, while her husband, Avengers: Endgame star Mark Ruffalo, looked suave in a black tuxedo.
Actor and producer Rita Wilson appeared to mimic the Oscars statuette with her shimmering, gold Tom Ford number.

25/80 Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson

Saturday Night Live star Colin Jost dressed smartly in a black suit, while Scarlett Johansson looked radiant in a metallic, strapless Oscar de la Renta gown.

26/80 Timothee Chalamet

Timothee Chalamet appeared to dress in a particularly casual manner for the Academy Awards, wearing a navy blue tracksuit by Stella McCartney.

27/80 Mahershala Ali and Amatus Sami-Karim

Oscar winner Mahershala Ali opted for an all-black Zegna ensemble for the awards ceremony, while his wife, Amatus Sami-Karim, wore a lilac gown and white headpiece.
Lucy Boynton dressed elegantly for the red carpet, wearing a white and black Chanel gown with checkered, exaggerated sleeves.
The No Times to Die actor oozed old-school glamour in a white, halterneck Louis Vuitton gown, designed with a black hem on the skirt.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star looked sophisticated in a smart black Armani tuxedo.
The Marriage Story actor shimmered on the red carpet in a metallic strapless Oscar de la Renta gown.

32/80 Kristen Wiig

Wiig wore a standout scarlet Valentino outfit at the Academy Awards, designed with ruffles down the side and a train.
Rooney Mara opted for a signature gothic look at the awards ceremony, wearing a black lace, cut-out Alexander McQueen design.

34/80 Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson

The couple made a stylish pair in Tom Ford on the red carpet, Hanks in a black tux and Wilson in a rose gold, tassled gown.

35/80 Margot Robbie

The Academy Award nominee was styled in a black, chiffon Chanel dress, which featured a purple jewel at the front.

36/80 Renee Zellweger

The Oscar nominee went for a simple but impactful look, wearing a one-shoulder, white sequinned Armani design.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood looked ever stylish in a black Brioni tux.

38/80 Florence Pugh

The Oscar nominee dazzled in a teal Louis Vuitton number on the red carpet, designed with a layered skirt.

39/80 Saoirse Ronan

The Little Women star stood out on the red carpet in a multi-coloured Gucci design, featuring a black, V-neck torso, a lilac skirt and a cream, ruffled midriff.

40/80 Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman looked radiant in a black and gold Dior ensemble, featuring a cape and gold embellishments.

41/80 Keanu Reeves and his mother Patricia Taylor

Keanu Reeves attended the Oscars with his mother, costume designer Patricia Taylor. The pair contrasted one another on the red carpet, Taylor in a white suit and Reeves in black.

42/80 Joaquin Phoenix

In January, Joaquin Phoenix vowed to wear the same custom-made Stella McCartney suit to every awards show in an effort to reduce waste.

43/80 Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek looked angelic in a white, one-shoulder Gucci dress, accessorising with a silver headpiece and matching bangles.

44/80 Maya Rudolph

Maya Rudolph struck gold in a sequinned orange Valentino gown, accessorising with gold, strappy heels and wearing her hair in a chic bob.

45/80 Sandra Oh

The Killing Eve star looked breathtaking in a gold, sequinned Elie Saab design, topped with a ruffled hem and shoulder details.

46/80 Taika Waititi

The Jojo Rabbit director knows how to work a red carpet, as shown during his many red carpet appearances. During this year’s Oscars, he chose to go for a somewhat understated black tux, a departure from his usual colourful style.

47/80 Penelope Cruz

Penelope Cruz’s Chanel ensemble featured several different eye-catching elements, including a white rose, a pearl belt, a pocketed skirt and a halter neck.

48/80 Rebel Wilson

The Pitch Perfect actor dazzled in a gold, sequinned floor-length Jason Wu design.

49/80 Janelle Monae

The singer had a Cinderella moment on the red carpet, donning an extravagant, unique, silver Ralph Lauren ballgown, designed with a matching hood.

50/80 Olivia Colman

Olivia Colman, who won the Best Actress Oscar last year for her performance in The Favourite, attended this year’s Academy Awards in a navy, cut-out, velvet Stella McCartney dress, complete with a train.

51/80 James Corden and Julia Carey

Corden attended the awards ceremony wearing a black tuxedo, while his wife, Julia Carey, donned a silver, embellished gown with a royal blue belt.

52/80 Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig

Little Women director Gerwig wore a strapless, khaki dress on the red carpet, while her partner, Marriage Story director Baumbach, was dressed in a black suit.

53/80 Oscar Isaac and Elvira Lind

The Star Wars actor donned a black suit for the occasion, while his wife, director and producer Elvira Lind, brightened up the red carpet in a sunshine yellow, layered gown.

54/80 Kelly Marie Tran

The Star Wars favourite opted for a black strapless gown, designed with blue floral detailing at the top.

55/80 Julia Louis-Dreyfus

The Veep star contrasted with the red carpet in a navy gown, accessorising with a eye-catching diamond necklace.

56/80 Gerard Butler

The actor struck a pose on the red carpet, wearing a svelte navy suit.
The singer stunned on the red carpet in a white Chanel ensemble, complete with lace gloves.

58/80 Laura Dern

The Oscar nominee opted for a pale pink Armani number with black detailing at the top, accessorising with understated jewels.

59/80 Mindy Kaling

The Late Night star attended the Academy Awards wearing a bright marigold one-shoulder gown with pleating detail.

60/80 America Ferrera

The Ugly Betty actor looked regal in a scarlet, floor-length Alberta Ferretti gown, accessorising with a golden headband.

61/80 Gam Wichayanee

The Thai singer looked every inch a princess on the red carpet, wearing a stunning, off-the-shoulder, ombre, chiffon gown.

62/80 Anthony Ramos and Jasmine Cephas Jones

The actors, who both starred in the original Broadway production of Hamilton, made for a stylish pair on the red carpet, Ramos in a white and black ensemble and studded shoes, and Jones in a black, blouson-sleeved gown.
The Booksmart star brought a touch of old-school glamour in a white and black floral gown, her hair styled in classic waves.

64/80 Billy Porter

Billy Porter arrived on the red carpet in a skirt and top combination.

65/80 Tonya Lewis Lee and Spike Lee

Tonya Lewis Lee attended the Oscars in a white gown alongside filmmaker Spike Lee, who opted for a purple suit with yellow detailing.
The Booksmart actor oozed glamour in a red, embellished, strapless Louis Vuitton gown.

67/80 Vanessa Nadal and Lin-Manuel Miranda

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda looked chic in a black tuxedo, while his wife, lawyer Vanessa Nadal, contrasted in a white, embellished gown.

68/80 Caitriona Balfe

The Irish actor made a bold entrance on the red carpet, wearing a black, fishtail gown designed with a sheer, pink top and bow.

69/80 Sigourney Weaver

Sigourney Weaver attended the Oscars in a green long-sleeved gown with a matching clutch.
Chrissy Metz attended the Oscars in a pillared red gown.
Regina King chose a pale pink structured Versace gown for the Oscars.

72/80 Julia Butters

Julia Butters also chose a pink outfit, arriving on the red carpet in a long-sleeved gown with matching pink purse.

73/80 Idina Menzel

Idina Menzel went with a pink theme as well, arriving on the red carpet in a strapless fuchsia gown.

74/80 Ryan Piers Williams and America Ferrera

America Ferrera chose a red gown for the red carpet and accessorised with a headband. Ryan Piers opted for a simple black tuxedo.
Zazie Beetz chose a strapless black dress for the Oscars.

76/80 Kerri Higuchi and John Cho

Kerri Higuchi chose a black and silver gown for the red carpet, while John Cho opted for a burnt orange suit.
Robin Roberts arrived on the red carpet wearing a one-shouldered sparkling green gown.
George MacKay opted for a simple tuxedo for the 92nd annual Oscars.

79/80 Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora

Aurora arrived at the Oscars wearing a pale green ensemble with red accents.

80/80 Kelly Ripa

Kelly Ripa arrived on the red carpet in a black structured one-shouldered gown.

The actor beat out Anthony Hopkins (The Two Popes), Al Pacino, Joe Pesci (both for The Irishman) and Tom Hanks (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood) to win his first ever acting Oscar for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

“This is incredible,” the actor said, calling it an “honour of honours” and praising Leonardo DiCaprio and Quentin Tarantino.

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – ain’t that the truth,” he said.

Pitt was referring to films Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and Thelma & Louise, the 1991 film that marked his first big screen performance.

He praised his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio, saying: “I’ll ride on your coattails any day, man – the view’s fantastic.”

Earlier in the ceremony, an uncomfortable Pitt recoiled as actor-singer Janelle Monae, who performed the opening song, placed the microphone in front of his face.

For the second year running, the Oscars will have no presenter.

Nominations-wise, Joker leads this year’s pack with 11, while The Irishman and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood follow close behind with 10.

Follow along with live updates from this year’s ceremony here and a full list of the evening’s winners here.

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Brad Pitt Recalls Premiere Audience’s Reaction to the Ending of ‘Se7en’; “What the F Did We Do?”

Movie endings don’t get much more memorable than the “What’s in the box?!” scene from David Fincher‘s Se7en, wherein Detective David Mills (Brad Pitt) realizes that what’s in the box is his pregnant wife’s severed head. Mind you, we never see the head – belonging to Gwyneth Paltrow – but the grim ending is horrifying and truly disturbing all the same.

When audiences first saw the movie back in 1995, well, they left the theater in a state of disturbed shock. That was of course Fincher’s goal with the movie, which is in no way interested in making sure you have a feel-good time; but Pitt admits to wondering if they had gone too far in a new interview with Marc Maron on the podcast WTF With Marc Maron.

Pitt recalled, “We had the premiere of Se7en – no one had seen it. The movie ended – her head’s in the box – they flick on the lights and I look at people. And they just kind of slowly get up from their seat and no one’s talking. Then, they just kind of disappear from the screening.”

“I remember looking at Fincher and going, ‘Oh my god, what the fuck did we do? What happened. What’s going? I thought this shit was great.’

Of course, Pitt’s concern was unfounded, as Se7en was a massive hit both critically and at the box office. The film pulled in $327 million worldwide on a $33 million production budget, and it’s widely considered to be one of the very best crime thrillers – I call it a horror movie, personally – ever made. Proof that sometimes the right ending is the darkest possible ending.

Twenty five years later, we’re still haunted by the grim brilliance of Se7en.

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