Brad Pitt isn't busy enough.
The actor-producer-philanthrophist-Chanel pitchman has added furniture designer to his resume!
But you won't find Pitt's creations at your local furniture store. His beds, chairs and tables will all be limited editions or limited production. Think in the neighborhood of $45,000 for a single chair!
"I've been doodling ideas for buildings and furniture since the early 1990s, when I first discovered [Charles Rennie] Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright," Pitt told Architectural Digest. "Actually I found Wright in college, when I was looking for a lazy two-point credit to get out of French. It forever changed my life."
Every move Charlie Sheen makes affects the life of his estranged wife Brooke Mueller.
While it may be good for the star of Two And a Half Men, a continuance of his domestic violence sentencing on Monday has just prolonged Brooke’s pain, says a source close to Brooke.
“She just wants to get this over with so everyone can move on with their lives,” the source says.
On Monday, Sheen’s sentencing in connection with his Christmas day assault on his wife was continued until July 12. Mueller was not present at the hearing held in Aspen, Colorado.
“This has been a nightmare for everyone involved,’ the source added. Now, Brooke is focusing on getting on with her life and taking care of her twin boys. This weekend, she even made her first public appearance in six months.
“She didn’t have her wedding band on when she went to the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball the other night and she said it felt great to be out again,” the insider tells RadarOnline.com.
Brooke has moved out of Charlie’s Beverly Hills mansion into a Los Feliz home and is physically and emotionally moving on.
The source says, “They need positive energy in their family and to get away from all the negativity.”