Brad Pitt appears on initial red runner given Angelina Jolie filed for divorce

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.”


Pitt spent some time signing autographs and holding photographs with fans Wednesday during a L.A. premiere of his film Allied. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

“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.


Angelina Jolie, seen here with Pitt in 2015, filed for divorce in Sep and is seeking solitary control of their 6 children. Pitt wants a corner agreement. (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

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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