Brad Pitt is having a moment. Well, several moments, really.
He's raking in awards for his role as stunt double Cliff Booth in Quentin Tarantino's "One Upon a Time in Hollywood" and with that comes opportunities in front of a captive audience.
And, oh, has Pitt delivered.
He got us laughing with a decades-old "Titanic" joke and sent all of America frantically searching for his Tinder profile. The comedic genius of those speeches comes "from the heart," Pitt says.
“These people mean a lot to me. I want to say something meaningful … And I have some funny friends,” he told USA TODAY on the red carpet at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Pitt, 56, noted on the Screen Actors Guild Awards that he’s “been banging away at this thing for 30 years.” He did, after all, play a sexy young thief in 1991’s “Thelma & Louise.”
But his 50s are really bringing out the sass – and he admits it.
"I'm old. It's amazing how much more relaxed you get the older you get, right?" he told USA TODAY on the SAG red carpet when asked about his carefree vibe.