Maybe it’s stress from divorcing the love of his life!Maybe he’s working out his recent deluge of post-divorce emotions through intense cardio! "[They were] heavily enjoying each other's company [and] were talking to each other all night," a source said. News the dating rumors were "exaggerated." Miller split from partner Tom Sturridge in 2015, while Pitt's wife, actress Angelina Jolie, filed for divorce in September after two years of marriage and a decade together. Miller stars as Nina Fawcett in the movie, which was produced by Pitt's Plan B Entertainment company.Spies — I’m picturing some characters dressed in the finest World War II era garb — claim that the pair were heavily enjoying each other’s company, and were talking to each other all night. Miller shot down rumors in 2015 that she was flirting with the then-married Pitt, saying “You know, he’s the producer of the film and I’ve met him twice.It’s insane.” Well Miller, maybe third time’s the charm, eh? Brad Pitt is way too sad right now to be flirting with young starlets all willy-nilly.together, were pictured making a cosy appearance at the US Open earlier this week.The couple sat side-by-side, chatting and giggling as they watched the match.
As you know, Brad Pitt has recently returned to his peak form.
Actor Charlie Hunnam replaced Brad to play the Colonel in the biographical adventure drama.
Brad and his ex-wife Angelina previously tied the knot in August 2014 after dating for nearly 10 years.
On Tuesday, April 11, the 35-year-old actress denied she's seeing Brad, 53, while speaking to . "They were talking to each other all night." MORE: Shiloh and More of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Kids Look All Grown up in New Rare Photos Brad's relationship news comes just days after the actor was spotted looking thinner than ever on the red carpet. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) Brad and Sienna are currently promoting their new film, , which is set to hit US theaters on Friday, April 14.
"[He is now] in very high spirits, which he hasn’t been for a long time. The father-of-six first signed on to play the movie's lead role, Colonel Percy Fawcett — a military man-turned-explorer, searching for a lost city deep in the Amazon — but pulled out of the project due to scheduling conflicts.