By getting Brad Pitt, your #mancrushmonday, to take her place on the November issue. Fine by us.
The Hollywood hunk is center stage this month, and inside he opens up about his holy matrimony to Angelina Jolie, his famous friends like George Clooney, and co-star in his upcoming flick Fury, Shia LaBeouf. Keep reading for excerpts from the interview.
“I wouldn’t say [marriage is] just a title. There’s more to it than that.”
On working with Shia:
“Oh, I love this boy. He’s one of the best actors I’ve ever seen. He’s full-on commitment, man. He’s living it like no one else, let me tell you. I’ve been fortunate to work with a lot of great actors. He’s one of the best I’ve seen.”
Why he isn’t on Twitter:
“Listen, I see a benefit in it. You could, you know, combat the misconceptions of the misquotes immediately. And if I’d have had that in my younger days, I’d have used it… because I felt quite used, and completely misunderstood, and misread, and not given the benefit of the doubt. You know, I felt that a lot in my first years. I would have brought some logic to the table, and brought it immediately. But now, at this point, I don’t want to bother with it.”
On whether he’s happy:
“I’ve always believed happiness is overrated, you know? It’s those difficult times that inform the next wonderful time, and it’s a series of trade-offs, of events, of wins and losses.”
Read Brad’s interview in full once it hits stands October 3.
PHOTO CREDIT & SOURCE: GQ
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