Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt wins best supporting actor Oscar for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Brad Pitt has won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role as Cliff Booth in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the 92nd Academy Awards. Pitt saw off strong competition from Al Pacino and Joe Pesci for The Irishman, Tom Hanks for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Anthony Hopkins for The Two Popes.

Brad Pitt space drama Ad Astra among line-up

Director Steven Soderbergh's Panama Papers movie The Laundromat, which stars Oscar winners Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman, is also on the festival's line up.

Haifaa Al-Mansour, who is the first female director to shoot a movie in Saudia Arabia, will screen her new film The Perfect Candidate at the festival.

Controversially, Roman Polanski's latest An Officer and a Spy will also play at Venice. Polanski was expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences last year because of his 1977 rape conviction. He's taking legal action in an attempt to be reinstated.

Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron are Hollywood’s latest hot couple

The pair met over the Christmas break and have started a romance. It is Pitt’s first serious relationship since he split from Angelina Jolie two years ago.

The two actors were introduced by Theron’s ex-fiancé Sean Penn The Sun reported.

They were seen at the legendary Hollywood hangout the Chateau Marmont over the weekend after attending separate screenings of new films.

Brad Pitt contemplates life with Colbert

The actor and Colbert performed a sketch called "Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars," while pretending to be on a picnic, lying on a blanket. The skit marked a rare TV appearance for Pitt since he and Angelina Jolie announced they were divorcing last year.

"I haven't been out in a while. It feels good, feels good," Pitt said.

The two got deep as they lobbed questions back and forth about the meaning of life, setting each other up for jokes.

Brad Pitt opens up about his family being 'ripped apart'

In his first extensive interview since the power couple's highly-publicized divorce, Pitt told GQ Style he will not let things get ugly in court over the couple's six children.

"I just refuse," he said. "And fortunately my partner in this agrees. It's just very, very jarring for the kids, to suddenly have their family ripped apart."

The stars shocked fans in September 2016 when Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt after two years of marriage and more than ten years as a couple.

Brad Pitt reveals therapy after divorce from Angelina Jolie

His interview with GQ Style marks the first time the actor has spoken publicly about the split.

"I just started therapy," Pitt said. "I love it. I love it. I went through two therapists to get to the right one."

He admitted to heavy drinking and pot smoking in the past and said he cut himself off emotionally from others.

"I'm personally very retarded when it comes to taking inventory of my emotions. I'm much better at covering up," the star added.

'Boozing too much'

Brangelina:'spiritually binding' tattoos before split

The actress and her estranged husband are rumoured to have got the tattoos in Cambodia in February 2016 just a few months before they separated.

They were done using an ancient Thai handheld method.

But these aren't just any tattoos, the intricate designs done by ex-monk Ajarn Noo Kanpai are said to spiritually bind the pair as husband and wife.

Angelina Jolie opens up about family after split with Brad Pitt

The actress spoke with the BBC about her new movie, "First They Killed My Father," which she directed and produced.

The Netflix original film tells the story of the Cambodian genocide through the eyes of a child.

It's a project that is near and dear to Jolie's heart. She adopted her first child, son Maddox, from Cambodia after visiting and falling in love with the country 17 years ago, Jolie said.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie release first joint statement

The estranged couple has agreed to seal all court documents pertaining to their divorce in order to protect their six children.

"The parties and their counsel have signed agreements to preserve the privacy rights of their children and family by keeping all court documents confidential and engaging a private judge to make any necessary legal decisions and to facilitate the expeditious resolution of any remaining issues. The parents are committed to act as a united front to effectuate recovery and reunification," the couple said in a statement obtained by CNN.

Brad Pitt 'will not be charged' after FBI investigation

The Oscar winner had been accused of mistreating son Maddox, 15, on board a private flight from France to Los Angeles.

Angelina Jolie filed for divorce soon afterwards and is seeking sole custody of their six children.

Social workers investigating the same claim cleared Pitt two weeks ago.

The FBI said: "In response to allegations made following a flight... carrying Mr Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI has conducted a review of the circumstances and will not pursue further investigation.

"No charges have been filed in this matter."