The Inglourious Basterds star Brad Pitt approach Wired‘s Scott Dadich to grace the cover and pages of the technology publication because he enjoyed the Mystery issue by director J.J. Abrams in May 2009, and sort after a non-traditional promotion outlet and stray away from the celebrity magazines.
Brad Pitt, Quentin Tarantino and Eli Roth are photographed by Dan Winters, inside the Wired issue. Inglourious Basterds arrives in theaters on Friday, August 21.
Brad Pitt had accurate view on technology, considering he fostered a computer lacking stand in his Newsweek Oscar roundtable interview last January. Here are blog perusings at your cubicle –
On Ashton Kutcher tweeting his wife Demi Moore’s bottom: Don’t take a picture of your wife’s butt. That’s silly. Take pictures of other people’s wives’ butts.
On online dating: Everyone lies online. In fact, readers expect you to lie. If you don’t, they’ll think you make less than you actually do. So the only way to tell the truth is to lie.
On talking on the phone at bathroom urinal: No, you can’t talk on the phone!. Do you want the guy next to you to hear your entire conversation?
Pitt feels texting on the potty is acceptable, but: Just be sure you don’t hit the wrong button and end up putting a photo of your junk on Twitter. Trust me, you don’t want those followers.
Brad Pitt is repped by Kevin Huvane, Jon Levin and Bryan Lourd @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), attorney Alan Hergott @ Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal LaViolette & Feldman, LLP and manager Cynthia Pett-Dante @ Brillstein Entertainment Partners.