Brad Pitt for Interview

Brad Pitt plays dress up for Interview magazine's October/November issue, sporting dreadlocks, eyeliner, and even an eye patch to portray different characters in a playful photo shoot by Steven Klein.

Here is what Brad share with Interview.
On why he's become choosier about projects
I want it to be worthy enough of a story to leave the family, you know? They're everything. The family is first . . . I also don't want to embarrass them.

On how he stays inspired
You know, right now, this is like a clean-up-the-loose-ends-and-tidy-up-the-place kind of year, which I also look at as a refill kind of year. I'm not good at going back-to-back-to-back-to-back with movies, and it's just now that I'm starting to get my bearings again and a flavor for what's next. But it can't be something repetitive that I've done before. I'm bored to death by that, and when I attempt things like that, it never works — I end up hurting the movie.

On who he's supporting in the election
. . . I'm a big supporter of Obama, and I think he's our best answer for the next four years.
On reshooting World War Z
We've got some tidying up to do there, but that one is gonna be big and entertaining. My boys are gonna love it.
On the one thing he learned, now that he’s older and much wiser
As I get older, it's about the company that I keep. That's the most important thing to me—that if I'm gonna spend however long it takes to make a movie, give up 14 hours a day for however many weeks or months, then it's very important for me to know that I'm working with people who I respect and enjoy and that we're going for something together.
On how he makes his decision on what film to commit to after starring in countless amounts of flicks and getting thrown scripts every other second and what still gets him excited about filming
I think I'm at a point now where I feel like I can jump into anything and lay something down that's quality. Someone may be better at it—or maybe not—but I know that if I have a feeling for it, then I can make it interesting. I'm interested in finding people who I think have a voice—and a very specific voice. It's hard to be surprised by a film. It's hard to be surprised by another actor or by a director when you've seen enough and been around.