Handsome Brad flies to Paris to reunite with family

He was noticeably absent from the Oscars in February, but Brad Pitt was back out and about in Los Angeles on Saturday. The actor arrived at LAX airport appearing relaxed as he prepared to board a flight to Paris.

Brad looked effortlessly cool and handsome as ever in a casual all-black ensemble topped off with a fedora hat and aviator sunglasses. He clutched a leather messenger bag and waved to onlookers upon his arrival at the airport.


Brad Pitt looked handsome in Los Angeles on Saturday

The 50-year-old was travelling alone without his wife Angelina Jolie or any of their six children for company. However it is believed he has joined them at their French home, Chateau Miraval, where they tied the knot in August.

Brad's trip comes ahead of work on his new film Big Short, which he is believed to start filming in March. The film is an adaptation of Michael Lewis' best-selling Wall Street exposé, and Brad will both star in and produce the highly-anticipated movie, joining an A-List cast including Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale and Steve Carell.

The in-demand actor is also in negotiations to star in his wife's latest directorial effort Africa, according to reports. It will be the Hollywood power couple's third collaboration together – they recently teamed up on the actress' third feature as a director, By the Sea, and they famously met and fell in love on the set of Mr. & Mrs Smith back in 2005.

The actor arrived at LAX for a flight to Paris

Angelina's next project may see Brad play famed archaeologist Richard Leakey who became a staunch defender of elephants against poachers in Kenya in the late '80s.

Not one to rest on his laurels, Brad also continues to carry out charity work with his wife for their Jolie-Pitt Foundation. It has been reported that the couple let their children help them decide who will benefit from the donations, and so far Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne have earmarked £22 million for worthy causes.

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