Brad Pitt Was Just Spotted Doing This And Nobody Even Noticed

Brad Pitt Was Just Spotted Doing This And Nobody Even Noticed
Credit: Source: Cheat Sheet

There are few places Brad Pitt could go and not get immediately recognized by fans. But following this year’s Cannes Film Festival, the Hollywood star took a stroll through Venice without anyone taking notice.

The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star was spotted enjoying some local art with his longtime friend, Thomas Houseago, who is a well-known British artist. As fans might recall, Houseago was the man who allowed Pitt to use his sculpting studio in Los Angeles to help deal with his breakup from Angelina Jolie .

According to The Blast , Pitt rocked a casual look for the outing while the duo visited the Venice Biennale of Art. The theme of the event was May You Live in Interesting Times, and Pitt appeared to have a blast looking at the all of the exhibits. Despite his international fame, nobody approached Pitt or even looked twice in his direction, something that is rare for a star of his status.

Pitt, of course, was at the film festival for the premiere of his latest flick, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood . The movie was directed by Quentin Tarantino and stars the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie. Inside sources claim that Pitt loved being at the event and was happier than he has been for quite some time.

Pitt’s new film pairs him with DiCaprio and is sure to be a box office success when it hits theaters later this year. The movie received a lot of praise at the Cannes Film Festival, with critics saying it was both “shocking” and “brilliant.” With Pitt and DiCaprio at the helm, there’s little doubt that it will draw huge audiences.

While Brad Pitt is having a great time overseas, he is still working hard raising his six children with Angelina Jolie. The two recently settled their longstanding divorce and are looking forward to starting whatever comes next.

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