"I don't want to be embarrassed when my kids get old enough to see my films," he says
Brad Pitt has vowed not to film any more nude scenes – because he doesn’t want his kids to see them.
“I don’t want to be embarrassed when my kids get old enough to see my films,” Pitt told the BBC in an interview that aired Tuesday. “I can’t see any more nude scenes [in my career.]”
Pitt previously burned up the screen in the buff for Thelma and Louise and Troy – as well as in some steamy scenes with Angelina Jolie in Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
As for his future in films, the 43-year-old who is promoting his film The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, told the BBC, “I figure I’ve got very few films left. Who knows how many I’ll get to do now, so I want to do something I’m interested in. Otherwise, I don’t want to bother. I think it’s a younger person’s game.”
Pitt, who recently dropped out of the film State of Play, also said he wasn’t interested in making any more Ocean’s movies. “There’s no more,” he said of the series of caper flicks he’s made with pals George Clooney and Matt Damon. “I think we need to put away childish things.”
He did offer some hope for working with Clooney and Damon again, though: “We’ll find something else. I just don’t think there’s anywhere to go with that particular story,” he said.