Holy Crap! Brad Pitt Hasn't Cried in 20 Years

Brad Pitt at the Venice International Film Festival on Aug. 29 in Venice

I see it as one thing I'm simply now getting my arms round at the moment in my life. I get sucked into something, and I can lose it.

Pitt also opened up about believing in fate and trying not to take credit or blame for what happens in life.

When Hopkins called him "as easygoing as forever", the actor replied, "Pretty much, it's my gliding speed".

"I'm realizing, as an actual act of forgiveness for myself for all the alternatives that I've made that I'm not happy with, that I worth these missteps as a result of they led to some knowledge, which led to one thing else", mentioned Pitt. But what you do after the mistake, is what actually defines a person.

After the alleged dispute with Maddox aboard the plane, Pitt was investigated for child abuse, of which he was eventually cleared.

But at the same time, Pitt noted that he's also becoming more emotional and open after years of being closed off.


Everything between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie was going great but out of the blue, it was announced that the couple who was together for more than a decade, has made a decision to end their two-year-long marriage.

In other locations within the chat he admitted there became as soon as some extent the save aside he hadn't cried for "20 years" sooner than finding he's turning into more "moved" by issues. "Well, I just saw it as a disservice to myself, as an escape", said Brad. Just moved. I think it's a good sign. Brad and Jolie share six children and now the Ad Astra movie star thinks that this is a good sign that he has been able to reconnect with his emotions.

The Two Popes actor assured the penchant for shedding tears is just something that comes with age.

Pitt previously revealed he stopped drinking altogether and found solace in Alcoholics Anonymous group meetings during his highly publicized divorce.

"Yes, it's not even about grief, it's about the glory of life", the Oscar victor said. Brad Pitt stated. "We don't, as a culture, seem to stick around and see what that person's next step is". And that's the half I safe so rather more invigorating and enticing'. "I did some bad things, but it was all for a reason, and it's unusual to look back and think, 'God, I've done all these things?' But it's as if it's an inner voice that says, "It's over".

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