Brad Pitt is a prominent American actor and producer, who has received numerous awards. He gained recognition with the film ‘Thelma & Louise.' He shot to fame with big-budget films, such as ‘Legends of The Fall’, ‘Interview with the Vampire’ and ‘A River Runs Through It’. Some movies of his career which have brought great commercial success are ‘Mr & Mrs Smith’, ‘Troy’ and ‘World War Z’. He is considered as one of the most powerful and influential people in the entertainment industry of America. Following is a compilation of some popular and famous quotes and sayings by Brad Pitt which have been curated from the boundless sea of his movies, roles, dialogues, tweets, thoughts, popular utterances, works, interviews and life. Take a look at the interesting quotes and thoughts by Brad Pitt, the man who can make anyone skip a heartbeat.
It might be a very human thing across the board, but we, in America, love a story - we need a story to get involved in. But then everything becomes more about how the story protects a certain perception as we pick sides.
Certainly the attrition rate of Hollywood couples looms large.
I just don't like the separatism that comes from religion, and, without fail, the need to put your beliefs on someone else. When you start telling someone else how to live, you should check yourself, man.
In some ways, I'm still a kid from Missouri and Oklahoma, and I'm trying to find my way.
When I received my first paycheck from my now known day job, I spent it on a period Craftsman chair and a Frank Lloyd Wright-wannabe lamp. With my second paycheck, I bought a stereo.
I'm much more experienced now, so I can find films that are interesting quicker and cut out the films that don't really matter. It means more to me now because my kids are going to see them, and I want them to be proud.
I certainly feel injustice. I'm no foreigner to that, whether it's real or perceived.
I guess I just don't see America as separate from Vietnam or Ethiopia. This mentality of 'our team's better than yours' - it's a high school idea. My kids don't see those dividing lines, and I don't want to either.
Deregulation created this epidemic of greed which according to the rules of capitalism was OK. Beyond that there was criminal behaviour. There have been no repercussions and it's hard to make your peace with.
Where I grew up - we started out in Oklahoma and then moved to Missouri - it was considered hubris to talk about yourself. And the downside of that was that ideas rarely got exchanged, or true feelings.
I'm drawn to furniture design as complete architecture on a minor scale.
I loved 'Saturday Night Fever' when I was a kid. I couldn't believe people talked that way. It was just a whole new culture I didn't understand. I snuck into it. It was an R-rated film. So it holds a special place.
At the end of the day, we get to be parents, greeting our lovely, crazy children and talking about their day, making sure they brush their teeth, so all the tension from our day is tabled... until the next.
Being married means I can break wind and eat ice cream in bed.
Religion works. I know there's comfort there, a crash pad. It's something to explain the world and tell you there is something bigger than you, and it is going to be alright in the end. It works because it's comforting.
I grew up in Oklahoma and Missouri, and I just loved film. My folks would take us to the drive-in on summer nights, and we'd sit on the hood of the car. I just had this profound love for storytelling.
You can't be different for different's sake, and this doesn't always work, but you have to separate yourself from the normal read. Of course, it has to be truthful. If it's not truthful, don't waste your time.