Brad Pitt attended his initial open red runner given Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from him in September.
He didn’t have to face questions from a media though — a Los Angeles premiere of his new film Allied included only a brief QA on stage for broadside purposes.
After signing autographs and holding selfies with fans, Pitt said a accepting was “really sweet.”
“Everyone’s been unequivocally kind out here,” he pronounced during a QA hold outside the Regency Village Theatre. “It’s unequivocally good to have a support.”
The 52-year-old star missed an L.A. film premiere in Sep of a documentary he narrated: Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience. It took place about a week after his divorce was announced.
Allied is a spy thriller about dual assassins who tumble in adore during a World War Two mission. It also stars Marion Cotillard.
The screening comes on a same day as reports that a child abuse claim opposite Pitt was unfounded.
Several reports contend an investigation into either Brad Pitt was violent toward his 15-year-old, Maddox, onboard a private moody in Sep has been closed.
According to a Associated Press, there was no anticipating of abuse by a actor.
Multiples sources have pronounced a Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services had been looking into a allegations.
Jolie is seeking solitary control of their six children, while Pitt is seeking corner custody. The couple reached a proxy control agreement in that Jolie has full control and Pitt has visitation rights.
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