Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Pitt 'going to have to fix up'

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt is reportedly not impressing film industry executives with his "greasy hair."

The 48-year-old Hollywood star has chosen to sport a less glamorous look in recent years.

Brad embraces his facial hair and bed head seems to be his preferred hairstyle.

Apparently the star's fashion choices are having a negative impact on his career.

"Film bosses are over the goatee and greasy hair," a source told British newspaper The Sun.

Brad shares half a dozen children with his fiancée Angelina Jolie and his upcoming zombie apocalypse film World War Z has been riddled with script rewrites, re-shoots and management problems.

The actor's life is said to be overwhelming his bosses.

"Having six kids, house renovation in France and delays over latest film World War Z have also taken their toll," the source said.

"He's quickly realising if he wants to keep acting he's going to have to fix up."

It's thought Brad and Angelina marry at their estate in France "soon", with rumours that Brad has made many of the arrangements.

Brad also revealed that a venue has been thought about but not settled on.

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