Brad Pitt shows off his typically bold sense of style as he sports a teal ... trends now

Brad Pitt shows off his typically bold sense of style as he sports a teal ... trends now
Brad Pitt shows off his typically bold sense of style as he sports a teal ... trends now

Brad Pitt shows off his typically bold sense of style as he sports a teal ... trends now

Brad Pitt showed off his typically bold sense of style on Tuesday as he filmed new Apple thriller Wolves. 

Strolling through the Harlem neighbourhood of NYC, the Hollywood actor, 59, sported a teal velour boilersuit, with a white t-shirt underneath. 

The sighting comes hours after Pitt learned he did not earn a Best Actor nomination for his role in the box-office bomb, Babylon, at this year's Academy Awards.

Looking good: Brad Pitt showed off his typically bold sense of style on Tuesday as he filmed new Apple thriller Wolves

Looking good: Brad Pitt showed off his typically bold sense of style on Tuesday as he filmed new Apple thriller Wolves

Brad donned a pair of white slip-on shoes, while carrying a large shoulder bag and a green blanket.  

Both Brad and George Clooney were attached to star and produce since September 2021, when Apple won a bidding war for the project that reunites the stars for the first time since 2008's Burn After Reading, a year after the final Ocean's film, 2007's Oceans 13.

The film hails from writer-director Jon Watts, who directed the latest Spider-Man film trilogy for Marvel Studios.

Stylish: Strolling through the Harlem neighbourhood of NYC, the Hollywood actor, 59, sported a teal velour boilersuit, with a white t-shirt underneath

Stylish: Strolling through the Harlem neighbourhood of NYC, the Hollywood actor, 59, sported a teal velour boilersuit, with a white t-shirt underneath

Both Pitt and Clooney will star as fixers who both work alone, but their lives collide when they take on the same job.

Watts will write, direct and produce the film, with Pitt producing through his Plan B Entertainment company and Clooney producing through his Smoke House Pictures.

Fans have long wondered about the possibility of a fourth Ocean's film following the success of Ocean's Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen.

And late last year, The Sun reported that Pitt - who famously plays Rusty Ryan - and his co-stars George Clooney and Matt Damon had finally signed on.

'Rumors of a film starring George, Brad and Matt have swirled for years but the

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