Brad Pitt has, in an interview with BBC, vowed never to shed his clothes for a role again, because he doesn't want to embarrass his kids.
Has had a long living acting career in the business with numerous big screen hits in his resume, Brad Pitt has had more than enough of experience that turns him into a more mature and wiser guy. Attempting to get better with age, the hunk has vowed never to go nude again in all his future films.
Pitt, who was shot to Hollywood stardom after he bared all in the 1991 film "Thelma and Louise," also has some other nude scenes like in "Troy" (2003) as well as some steamy scenes with future partner Angelina Jolie in the 2005 "Mr and Mrs Smith."
As of his decision not to pose nude anymore, Pitt told BBC in an interview aired Tuesday, it was all because "I don't want to be embarrassed when my kids get old enough to see my films." He, moreover, also confirmed that he wasn't interested in making any more Ocean's movies, saying "There's no more. I think we need to put away childish things."
Though so, Pitt has revealed his intention to work with Ocean's costars, George Clooney and Matt Damon, again. "We'll find something else. I just don't think there's anywhere to go with that particular story," so the actor said.
Discussing his future acting career, Pitt told the BBC "I figure I've got very few films left. Who knows how many I'll get to do now, so I want to do something I'm interested in. Otherwise, I don't want to bother. I think it's a younger person's game."
Pitt has four children with Jolie; Maddox, Pax, Zahara, and Shiloh. As of recently he's busy promoting his film, the action drama "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford."