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Back in Black: Brad Pitt Attends the Premiere of the Long Awaited 'Killing Them Softly'
Brad Pitt arrived at a low-key premiere for his upcoming movie Killing Them Softly at the SVA Theater in New York City on Monday evening (November 26, 2012). Wearing an understated ensemble of black jeans, black t-shirt and black leather jacket, the Hollywood star let his female co-stars and various others celebrities take the limelight on the red carpet.
It's been a pretty busy year for Pitt, who was a mainstay over the movie festival season, particularly at Cannes. Killing Them Softly went down well with critics in France, though the film seems to have taken an age to make it to the big screen. Pitt plays Jackie Cogan, an enforcer hired to restore order and three dumb guys rob a Mob protected card game, causing the local criminal economy to collapse. Robbie Collin of The Telegraph said, "Killing Them Softly has the rigor and poise of the great American crime pictures of the 1970s." So far, Oscar talk has been limited, though Pitt won't have had time to get caught up in the awards' season speculation having spent the summer in London shooting World War Z. "I didn't know it was Thanksgiving until like midday. Until [the] afternoon.When you're overseas, they don't celebrate it in England," he told People magazine.
Kylie Minogue turned up in London on Tuesday night for the red carpet premiere of her new movie Holy Motors, which opens next week in the UK and next month in the US. A hit at Cannes, the film is a surreal masterpiece that really does your head in. And Kylie's great in it.
The big release in the US this weekend is Dredd, which isn't actually a remake of the 1995 Sylvester Stallone action romp. It's a completely reimagined thriller based on the same series of comics, a surprisingly intelligent blockbuster, and a rare 18-certificate film that topped the UK box office chart a couple of weeks back.
Continue reading: A Week In Movies 21st September 2012
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