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The Jolie-Pitt family members reportedly stay at Donna Karan's beachfront house while enjoying some relaxing time away from Hollywood.
The former professional boxer recalled the time he walked in on Robin Givens sleeping with Pitt while they were going through a divorce.
The actor revealed that their six children put more and more pressure on them to make it official.
Stepping out solo at the SVA Theater, Pitt steals the spotlight with his casual number that consists of black leather jacket, shirt and denims.
RiRi premieres abstract visuals for her 'Diamonds' video and says the track has replaced 'Umbrella' as her all-time favorite song.
Words are, the 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' scribe has written 'a 40- to 50-page treatment' for the next three 'Star Wars' films long before Lucasfilm was bought by The Walt Disney Company.
Chrisoula Workman says she caught 14-year-old Ariel and her 18-year-old boyfriend 'engaging in behavior that I feel my daughter is too young mentally and physically to understand.'
The network and the Internet streaming media are said nearing a deal to bring back the crime drama series for a third season.
Countless zombies are invading the world, forcing Pitt to leave his family and do all he can to stop the undead creatures from decimating humanity.
Pitt embarks on a war against a host of occupying zombies in the teaser for the film adaptation of Max Brook's famous novel.
The fiance of Angelina Jolie will exhibit a collection of limited numbers of home furnishings in New York starting November 13.
Human Rights Campaign's National Marriage Fund received the donation to gather votes in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington.
The 'Glee' actor gets inspiration for his Halloween look from Chanel No. 5 commercial that features the 'World War Z' star.
Breaking tradition, the 'Moneyball' actor is the first male recruited as the perfume brand's spokesperson.
Revealing his past as a drug addict on Los Angeles' screening of 'The House I Live In', Brad Pitt calls the drug war as a charade, which spends so much money and takes so many people's lives.