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Brad PittThe 58-year-old has an opinion on who should be called the most handsome men in the world and did not vote for himself. The stunning actor revealed two fellow actors, past and present, who he considers to be top of the list when it comes to looks, charisma and charm, in an interview with Vogue. “You know in the acting world, because that’s my day job… the immediate transition to it is Paul NewmanBrad said. “Because he aged so gracefully. And by all accounts [he was] a truly special, giving, warm and genuine human being.”
“If I was going to name someone in attendance, I should have named him George Clooney why the hell not?” he continued jokingly. “Because usually I always take him out and he always takes me out. And this time I’m going to go the other way, just this once.”
As well as talking about who he thinks are the most handsome men in the world, Brad talked about his new Le Domaine Skincare collection and credited his ex Gwyneth Paltrow giving him inspiration for the new project. The actress runs Goop, a wellness and lifestyle brand that has become very successful over the years.
“I like what Gwyneth [Paltrow]ready [with Goop],” he said. “She’s still a really dear friend, and she’s built this empire. She’s always had that in her as a curator, and it’s been a wonderful creative outlet for her. Actually, when I think about it, she was probably the first , which made me even wash my face twice a day… maybe.’
Before Brad’s latest interview, he made headlines for launching an art collection in Finland. The collection includes plaster and bronze sculptures and was presented at the Sara Hildén Art Museum. It is part of an exhibition by a contemporary artist Thomas Housago and a collection of ceramics from Nick Caveand will be exhibited until Jan. Brad revealed that the collection was inspired by “self-reflection” and what went “wrong” in his past relationships.