'No plans yet… other than we're gonna do it': Brad Pitt keeps schtum over wedding to Angelina Jolie at London screening of Killing Them Softly
20:47 GMT, 6 September 2012
He's rumoured to be finally marrying his long-term partner Angelina Jolie this month.
But Brad Pitt wasn't giving anything away about their forthcoming nuptials as he attended a special screening of his new film in London tonight (Thursday).
Despite fevered speculation they have been busying readying their estate at their home, Chateau Miraval in the South of France, Brad insisted there weren't any plans.
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Keeping quiet: Brad Pitt claimed there were 'no plans' for his wedding to Angelina Jolie as he attended a screening of his Killing Them Softly at the May Fair Hotel in London
Arriving at the screening on Killing Them Softly at the May Fair Hotel, he said: 'No plans yet. Other than, we're gonna do it.'
The father-of-six was going for a smart-casual look in a beige and cream combination of slacks, T-shirt, blazer and shirt, with his hair pulled back in a small ponytail.
Although the crime thriller is for adults, Brad insisted he had made his movies for his kids to watch they're older.
All over beige: Brad's summers on the French Riviera are clearly influencing his wardrobe
He said: 'It was kind of the reason for the
zombie film I've done (World War Z) – my boys are going to like that
one. But I'm actually more interested in the films that they're going to
enjoy when they're adults.'
Brad is father to three sons Maddox, 11; Pax, nine; and Knox, four; and three daughters Zahara, seven; Shiloh, six; and Vivienne, four.
Killing Me Softly is based on the George V. Higgins novel, Cogan's Trade and directed by Andrew Dominik.
Night at the cinema: Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt looked cute in a floral skirt and black T-shirt
Brad plays Jackie Cogan in the movie, which is set in New Orleans against the backdrop of the financial crash and the last American presidential election.
Speaking about co-star Richard Jenkins, Brad explained: 'Watching Jenkins, I felt like I was
watching Peter Sellers, really, and I mean that. And then watching
Gandolfini I felt like I was watching (Marlon) Brando.
an actor you have respect for other actors when they do something that
is under the skin and unexpected and something I would have never
expected. You really enjoy it, and this was one of those experiences.'
Look who's here: Joanne's Downton Abbey co-star Jim Carter, who plays Mr Carson, also attended
Joining Brad at the low-key
screening was Downton Abbey stars Joanne Froggatt and Jim Carter, who
play servants Anna Bates and Mr Carter respectively.
Killing Them Softly, which has been produced by Brad's production company Plan B, opens in cinemas on Friday September 21.
Engaged: Brad and his fiance Angelina Jolie in France last week