Brad Pitt Recalls Crashing a Wedding While Making ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith’ : ‘They Were Okay with It’

One couple got the amazement of their lives thanks to Brad Pitt. In 59-year-old Pitt’s cover interview for W Magazine’s Best Exhibitions issue distributed Monday, the Babylon entertainer uncovered that he once dropped in on a wedding party while he and ex Angelina Jolie recorded their 2005 film Mr. and Mrs. Smith back in 2003.

“I have dropped in on a wedding party,” Pitt educated the power source during a far reaching discussion concerning his new film, his breakout job in 1991’s Thelma and Louise and that’s just the beginning. “It was on the arrangement of Mr. and Mrs. [Smith].

We were shooting down in this Deco constructing downtown, and up in the penthouse above, we pushed seeing individuals along out of control.”

“It was a wedding party, so I crashed it,” Pitt chuckled to the power source about the experience. “Furthermore, they were good with it.” Somewhere else in the meeting, Pitt noticed that the “despairing” he shows as Jack Conrad in chief Damian Chazelle’s 1920s Hollywood awe-inspiring Babylon “might be my regular method of being.”

“Some intrinsic despairing,” the entertainer said, according to his Babylon character’s battle to adjust from the period of quiet film to talkies.

“Yet, no, I thoroughly consider there’s an exhaustion that takes with the person as he continues on. There’s a world-exhaustion that I can unquestionably connect with a smidgen.”

“Right now, a greater amount of us are attempting to tear each other down than help each other up,” Pitt included the meeting. “I get somewhat exhausted.”

Babylon is currently playing in theaters.