Brad Pitt and George Clooney stepped out looking better than ever on the set of their new movie “Wolves” in New York City.
The 59-year-old “Babylon” actor and the 61-year-old “Ticket to Paradise” star were spotted filming the upcoming Apple TV+ thriller at a drive-in hotel in Harlem on Tuesday night.
The co-stars and close friends appeared to be enjoying working together again as they were seen flashing wide smiles and laughing while shooting a scene in a car.
The two wore similar ensembles that consisted of black leather jackets and gray pants with black shoes.
Written, produced and directed by Jon Watts, the film follows “two lone-wolf fixers assigned to the same job,” per Deadline. Pitt and Clooney will also produce through their production companies Plan B and Smoke House Pictures. The outlet reported on Thursday that Academy Award nominee Amy Ryan has joined the cast.
“Wolves” marks another on-screen reunion for the pair, who previously co-starred in the “Ocean’s” film trilogy and the 2008 crime comedy “Burn After Reading.”
Pitt and Clooney teamed up for the first time in 2001’s “Ocean’s Eleven,” when they were 38 and 40 respectively.
Over their decades-long careers, the actors have cemented their status as two of Hollywood’s most legendary leading men. Both stars have received numerous accolades for their work including two Academy Awards and four Golden Globe Awards for Clooney and two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards and one Emmy Award for Pitt.
In addition to critical acclaim, fans have long marveled over the two’s enduring good looks. Whether due to lifestyle choices, diet, exercise, skincare, genetics or a combination of several factors, Pitt and Clooney have set a gold standard for aging gracefully in Hollywood.
Widely regarded as one of the most handsome men in the world, Pitt only seems to improve with age.
The actor has spoken out about maintaining his physique through regular exercise and clean eating in between more intense training for his movie roles including “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” “Snatch” “Troy,” “Fury” and “Fight Club.”
Veteran stunt coordinator Greg Rementer, who worked with Pitt on his 2022 action film “Bullet Train,” told Men’s Journal that the actor continues to defy his age by throwing himself fully into grueling months of training before beginning production on a new project.
“Brad wanted to do majority of the stunts himself, which isn’t always the case,” Rementer told the outlet. “For him it was possible because not only is he a great comedic actor, but he’s also a physically gifted athlete.”
As for his skincare routine, Pitt embodies the old saying, “aging like a fine wine.” Last September, he debuted his wine-inspired skincare line Le Domaine, which he created in partnership with the French winemaking Perrin family, who are also his partners in his winery Chateau Miraval.
The Le Domaine line, which promises to slow the aging process, consists of a cleansing emulsion, a serum and a face cream that include grapevine-derived ingredients.
Source : Fox News