Brad Pitt says his personal life is a disaster when compared to Leonardo DiCaprio: 'I'm just trash mag fodder'
“I’m just like, trash mag fodder. I don’t know… because of my disaster of a personal life, probably," Pitt said.
Brad Pitt recently admitted that his personal life was a 'disaster' in an interview along with his 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.
During the WTF with Marc Maron podcast, which premiered on January 6, Brad Pitt made quite a few candid remarks. Pitt bagged the award for the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture at Golden Globes 2020.
When Maron asked Pitt and DiCaprio at what moment they actually knew they had made it in their respective careers, DiCaprio recalled the turning point was after he did “a film called Titanic."
The actor said that he saw that he was being followed by four black SUVs one day—something that did not happen in his life anymore.
“It doesn’t?” Pitt exclaimed, surprised by his co-star's answer, adding, “I’m a little disgruntled with you. I’m just like, trash mag fodder. I don’t know… because of my disaster of a personal life, probably.”
Pitt became the talk of social media on Sunday as he was delivering his acceptance speech after winning the Golden Globe Award. "I wanted to bring my mom, but I couldn’t because anyone I stand next to they say I’m dating. It’d just be awkward,” Pitt said after he went up on the stage, just as the cameras panned around to record his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston’s reaction, who was also present at the ceremony.
The 50-year-old actress was caught smirking as her former husband joked about why he decided to show up at the award sans a date.
Earlier in the night, Pitt was told on the red carpet, "everyone is waiting, they're hoping for this moment when you and Jennifer run into each other so they can take their picture."
Very casually, he replied: “I’d run into Jen. She’s a good friend.”
He also went on to joke that it was the “second most important” reunion for Aniston this year. He was alluding to her 'Friends' reunion that nearly broke the internet.