It was a night to rival the Oscars!
The hottest men in Hollywood – Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Matt Damon – joined film legends Al Pacino and Jerry Weintraub for the big “Ocean’s 13” premiere in Hollywood!
“Extra” has all the details from the stunning red carpet event at Grauman’s Chinese Theater.
The fans practically overran Hollywood Boulevard in their attempt to rub elbows with the likes of George, Matt and Brad.
But the biggest screams from the crowd came when Brad and Angelina Jolie, who was dressed to kill in jet-black Versace, walked the red carpet arm-in-arm!
The pair came right to “Extra” to set the record straight about her special birthday surprise from Brad.
Was it really a pendant inscribed with a poem?
“I got something else,” Angie insisted. “They got it wrong!”
“I don't know where these stories come from,” Brad added. “I'm much better than that... I'm much smoother than that!”
Smoother than a pendant inscribed with his profession of love? We wouldn’t doubt it!
George chimed in with a few choice words on Brad.
On Angelina raving about her man, George joked, "She has to. I mean really, in public, that's her man – she has to!”
Jokester George also mouthed off about pal Matt Damon, who is staying at George’s Italian villa in Lake Como with his family.
“I tried to get rid of them but they stick around forever,” George teased.
Added Matt, “I got the hint right away; I just didn’t leave. I know he was trying to get rid of me – my infant daughter was aware he wanted her out!”
Matt took wife Luciana Barroso to the big premiere, but they left their baby daughter Isabella at home.
And since Matt is just the latest Rat Packer to have kids – Brad’s got four with Angie! – George is feeling the pressure.
“I don't know what it is, but there's a million kids running around now,” George said. “You know I'm thinking this might be a whole plot.”
But George's pals are having some doubts about his parenting skills.
When we asked Don Cheadle if he would trust George with his kids, he replied, "Flatly - no!"
The guys continued to kid around with new “Ocean’s” cast members Al Pacino and Ellen Barkin.
“They’re like the CIA of pranks, you can’t even get in there,” Ellen told us.
So if they had that much fun making three “Ocean’s” movies, will there be a fourth?
Producer Jerry Weintraub isn’t ruling it out!
"I'm not going anywhere," he insisted.