Brad and Angelina Have Glam Night Out At Toronto Film Festival ‘Moneyball’ Premiere

By Radar Staff

After spending the summer traveling around Europe with their six children, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie enjoyed some adult time together on the red carpet on Friday, and has all the photos of their glamorous night out.

The beautiful couple looked a world away from the busy parents we are used to seeing as they were the guests of honor at the premiere of Brad’s upcoming move, Moneyball, at the 2011 International Toronto Film Festival.

PHOTOS:  Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie At Moneyball Premiere In Toronto

Jolie, 36, swapped her casual clothes for a dramatic black satin Vivienne Westwood gown and Stuart Weiztman shoes, but all eyes were on her edgy gold Louis Vuitton clutch, which was attached to her wrist with a studded handcuff!

The fashion statement was a flashback to Angelina’s former gothic style before becoming a mother, when she would wear a vial of blood around her neck and flaunt her many tattoos.

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Hollywood’s most famous family has most recently been staying in London as Brad films his upcoming zombie action movie, World War Z. Previous locations for the sure-to-be blockbuster were Glasgow and Malta.

As previously reported, 47-year-old Brad looked unusually exhausted on Friday during a press conference for Moneyball after flying from England to Toronto to promote the baseball movie.

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Moneyball tells the story of the Oakland A’s manager Billy Beane who made baseball history when he put a team together on a budget using mathematical analysis and statistics to draft players.

Alongside Pitt, it also stars Jonah Hill, Robin Wright and Philip Seymour Hoffman.


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