Last night, Brad Pitt stepped out for his first red-carpet appearance since his split with Angelina Jolie.
Pitt and his co-star Marion Cotillard attended the Los Angeles premiere of their film “Allied,” which hits theaters later this month. Despite his recent divorce drama, Pitt was able to smile for the cameras and mingle with fans at the premiere, which was livestreamed on Facebook.
Pitt even took a moment to acknowledge all the love he has received since his breakup. "It’s really sweet. Everyone has been really kind out here. It’s really nice to have all the support.” Watch!
The premiere came just hours after Pitt was cleared of any wrongdoing in a child abuse investigation. TMZ reports L.A.’s Department of Children and Family Services decided to close the investigation after they concluded that Pitt did not commit child abuse during an alleged altercation with son Maddox on a private jet in September.
The night before, Brad promoted the film “Moonlight,” which his company produced. He was joined by his pal and “Ocean’s Eleven” co-star Julia Roberts at the screening of the movie, which has received Oscar buzz.
Though Brad is about to go on a promotion tour for "Allied," he wants more time with his kids. A source told People, “The last few weeks have been tough for Brad. He has been very unhappy with the arrangement to see his kids.”
“Brad doesn’t want supervised visits. He loves his kids and wants to spend more time with them," the insider continued.