Brad Pitt says George Clooney and Paul Newman are the most handsome


Brad Pitt called George Clooney and Paul Newman “the most beautiful men”.

The Bullet Train star, 58, joked that he had to pick fellow Ocean co-star and close friend Clooney, 61, as the hottest man on the planet right now, while the late Hollywood icon Newman, who was 83 when died in 2008, is his choice for the past because of how he “ages so gracefully.”

Asked by Vogue who are ‘the most handsome men in the world past and present’, Pitt replied: ‘You know in the acting world because that’s my day job… the immediate choice is Paul Newman. Because he aged so gracefully.

His likes: Brad Pitt told Vogue this week who he thinks are the most beautiful movie stars of all time;  seen in August in Japan

His likes: Brad Pitt told Vogue this week who he thinks are the most beautiful movie stars of all time; seen in August in Japan

The star also said: “And by all reports [he was] a truly special, giving, warm and sincere human being.

Speaking of the silver fox Clooney, he joked: “If I was going to name anyone in attendance, I’d have to name this George Clooney dammit, because why not?”

He added: “Because usually I always take him out and he always takes me out. And this time I’ll go the other way, just this once.

The two are known to make fun of each other.

Paul Newman in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in 1969

George Clooney at the premiere of Ticket To Paradise in early September in London

His top pick: The Oscar winner said he likes Paul Newman, left, and George Clooney

Last year, Clooney joked that he was really looking forward to working with “cheap” Pitt again.

He said: “He’s a friend of mine and we have a really good time together. I look forward to it.’

Clooney then quipped, “Brad was obviously the cheapest of the actors available.”

Meanwhile, the pals look set to reunite with Matt Damon for a new Ocean’s film.

Another hit movie: Paul, right, with Robert Redford, left, in 1973's The Sting

Another hit movie: Paul, right, with Robert Redford, left, in 1973’s The Sting

He had a long, happy marriage: to his actress wife Joan Woodward

He had a long, happy marriage: to his actress wife Joan Woodward

The Hollywood trio previously starred together in the 2007 heist film Ocean’s Thirteen and are now set to reunite for the latest film in the money-making franchise.

A source told The Sun newspaper last week: ‘Rumours of a film starring George, Brad and Matt have been swirling for years, but the timing wasn’t right and their busy schedules meant it just wasn’t possible.

“Finally, the right team for the job came together in an attempt to make it a huge success, and the main stars decided it would be fun to do it again.”

“The franchise is hugely popular and the brilliant storyline was an opportunity that was too good to pass up.”

Next up for George: The actor stars with Julia Roberts in the movie Ticket to Heaven.

Next up for George: The actor stars with Julia Roberts in the movie Ticket to Heaven.

Meanwhile, his ex-wife Angelina Jolie is all set for another humanitarian venture as she will visit flood-ravaged Pakistan amid a devastating humanitarian crisis.

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) said in a statement on Monday that the 47-year-old actress will arrive in the South Asian country to draw attention to the natural disaster that threatens the lives of millions.

Jolie “is visiting to witness and understand the situation and to hear directly from the people affected about their needs and about steps to prevent similar suffering in the future,” the statement said.

Good heart: Angelina Jolie (seen in February 2019) is ready for another humanitarian initiative as she visits flood-ravaged Pakistan amid a devastating humanitarian crisis

Good heart: Angelina Jolie (seen in February 2019) is ready for another humanitarian initiative as she visits flood-ravaged Pakistan amid a devastating humanitarian crisis

Tragic: The floods were caused by heavy monsoon rains and melting glaciers in Pakistan's northern mountainous regions, which submerged a third of the country's land (this is a photo taken in Nasirabad last month)

Tragic: The floods were caused by heavy monsoon rains and melting glaciers in Pakistan’s northern mountainous regions, which submerged a third of the country’s land (this is a photo taken in Nasirabad last month)

The floods were caused by record monsoon rains and melting glaciers in Pakistan’s northern mountainous regions, which submerged a third of the country’s land.

The death toll from the flood has reached 1,559, including 551 children and 318 women, not including deaths from the disease, the country’s disaster management agency said.

An intense and prolonged monsoon has dumped about three times more rain on Pakistan than average in recent weeks, flooding large parts of the country.



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