Pitt will attend in support of his latest film, The Big Short
The Golden Globes just got a major infusion of star power.
Pitt, 52, is a producer and has a small role in the Adam McKay-directed film, which tells the story of four outsiders who predicted the financial crisis in the 2000s.
The Globes have been good to Pitt over the years, nominating him five times for acting roles and awarding him a trophy in 1996 for his performance in Twelve Monkeys. He most recently picked up a Golden Globe in 2013 when another film he produced and appeared in, 12 Years a Slave, won for best motion picture, drama.
It’s also possible Pitt could do more than just sit in the audience at the Ricky Gervais-hosted event on Sunday: The star is also in talks to present at the awards show.
The Golden Globes will air live at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) Sunday on NBC.