Brad Pitt is getting ‘crankier’ as he gets older and honestly, same

Brad Pitt has opened up about growing older, revealing that age has made him ‘crankier’.

The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor, 57, shared his realisation that comfort has become ‘more important’ as he grows up, especially when it comes to fashion.

Honestly, who hasn’t become crankier with age?

In a candid chat with Esquire, he said: ‘You get older, you get crankier, and comfort becomes more important. I think it’s as simple as that.

‘It’s too exhausting to follow trends. And I despise billboards, I just don’t want to be billboard.’

Fair enough.

Brad’s stance on fashion comes after he followed in the footsteps of close pal George Clooney, by fronting a global campaign for a coffee brand.

The Hollywood heavyweight stars in the new advert for De’Longhi and looks seriously smooth in it – not that we’d expect anything different.

In the clip, he’s seen zipping around idyllic coastlines on a motorbike before heading home to the swankiest of bachelor pads, and settling down with a fresh latte.

The joy on his face alone is enough to make us push our iced coffee aside for something a little hotter.

The Fight Club actor previously opened up about the next steps in his career, and suggested we would be seeing less of him in front of the cameras – coffee adverts aside.

In fact, he is hoping to do more work behind-the-scenes with his production company, Plan B.

‘It’ll be fewer and farther in between for me, just because I have other things I want to do now. When you feel like you’ve finally got your arms around something, then it’s time to go get your arms around something else,’ Brad said.

‘Producing just means you don’t have to get up really early and put on make-up…

‘The ultimate place for my style of acting, as I understand it, is to get to a place of just absolute truth. I’ve got to be experiencing something that’s real to me for it to read real to you.’

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