Brad Pitt to quit acting at 50
Monday, 14 November 2011film News
American actor Brad Pitt has revealed in an interview his plan to quit acting when he turns 50.
In an interview with Australia's 60 minutes, Hollywood star Brad Pitt said he plans to continue in the acting business for just another three years, until he reaches 50 years of age.
Pitt has recently turned his attention to producing as of late, his name has featured as producer in a dozen films including Moneyball, The Tree of Life, The Time Traveller's Wife and his upcoming movie World War Z.
Pitt said he is 'enjoying the producing side and getting stories to the plate that might have had a tougher time otherwise'.
When asked by 60 Minutes' Tara Brown what he would do after 50, Pitt replied: 'Hell if I know.'
Pitt's latest film Moneyball tells the tale of a floundering baseball team and his upcoming film World War Z is an action-packed zombie film, with parts filmed in Glasgow.
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