Brad Pitt and the US war on drugs – at the rate of $2,000 for 20 minutes

Caricature of Hollywood actor Brad Pitt by caricaturist in London Simon EllinasHOLLYWOOD SUPERSTAR BRAD Pitt went on the warpath against drugs abuse in the US recently with the completely selfless promotion of his new documentary The House We Live In.

This is not all about the idyllic Brangelina lifestyle with hundreds adopted children from third world countries. This is a film all about why the US government efforts to fight drug trafficking are doomed to failure unless they find someone better-looking to organise it.

Brad Pitt is notoriously expensive to interview at £2,000 for twenty minutes, so we had to stoop to making things up, as if you hadn’t guessed.

“My drug days have long since passed,” Pitt told the Hollywood Reporter, whoever he is. “But I could probably land in any American city and within 24hours find whatever you want.”

Well, that’s a generous offer. And he doesn’t even mention demanding a fee. Well, Brad, by this time tomorrow, I would like a pet Mastodon, a lifesize waxwork of Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein monster and documentary evidence with signatures that Piers Morgan is actually Britney Spears in disguise.

We’ll see if he really thinks his drug days are over while he struggles to come up with that little lot.

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4 thoughts on “Brad Pitt and the US war on drugs – at the rate of $2,000 for 20 minutes”

  1. We used to have a pet mastodon. Or was it a mastiff? I don’t remember. If you’ve seen one large animal, you’ve seen them all.

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