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Solid ties conveyed a sense of slickness.
Nice shades: The father of six looked cool in amber hued lenses.
Back to work: Brad was spotted on set of a new short film on Sunday in New York, after marrying Angelina Jolie in the French Riviera last week.
Few details about the plot are known but The Hollywood Reporter claims that they will play husband and wife in the flick, which is set to be released sometime in 2016.
'It will hopefully allow them some privacy and some time to explore and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.'.
I think hes very impressive and he seems to have a very interesting understanding of this world and what hes trying to say, Phoenix said.Ffolliott Fluff LeCoque, company manager of the "Jubilee Show" at Bally's for 22 years, displayed the necessary toughness to land the 522-a-day part of a real estate investor trying to strong-arm the mob.Scorsese musefor a mysterious role in the film.He wont be playing a villain, but rather a talk-show host character whos formative to the Jokers journey and transformation into the Clown Prince of Crime.Get Vanity Fairs HWD Newsletter Sign up for essential industry and award news from Hollywood.Casting directors combed the streets of New York and New Jersey to round up background players and secondary characters-each of whom had to be outfitted.Its gritty, its raw, its Not Your Average Comic-Book Movie."It was triage recalls Ryack, whose credits also include "Apollo 13" and Scorsese's "Cape Fear." "The first three weeks we shot in the casino from midnight to 10:30.m.We paid a fortune to rent bad '70s clothing-shiny Qiana material, platform shoes, bell bottoms-things we all donated to the Salvation Army.'The boat is absolutely beautiful, a classic yacht with three masts, and is where Angelina, Brad and their children will stay during the shoot the source said.
Phoenix has spoken vaguely about the project, telling.
Joaquin Phoenix eventually answered the call, signing up for the lead role in the Joker spin-off movie, recently revealed to be titled.