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Brad Pitt appears to have added a new tattoo to his collection — and it’s located near other very meaningful ink.
On Tuesday, the actor, 55, was photographed arriving in Italy ahead of the Venice International Film Festival. Keeping things casual, Pitt wore a T-shirt, jacket and newsboy cap.
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Beneath his T-shirt’s sleeve, Pitt debuted his new inner bicep tattoo of a man’s silhouette standing over his shadow.
The new mysterious design is positioned next to a quote from a poem by Rumi that reads, “There exists a field, beyond all notions of right and wrong. I will meet you there” — a tattoo he got with Angelina Jolie in honor of their 2014 wedding.
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While it is unclear what Pitt’s new ink means or represents, fans have begun to speculate that it could be an ode to The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, the 2008 drama that Pitt starred in, or inspired by his character in 1998’s Meet Joe Black.
The tattoo adds to his growing collection, which also includes the first initials of each family member, a set of lines designed by Jolie, his ex-wife’s birthday, an outline of Ötzi the Iceman, and the word “Invictus”.
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The Venice Film Festival, often seen as the unofficial beginning of Oscars season, kicked off on Wednesday. Pitt’s space thriller Ad Astra premiered at the festival on Thursday.
The actor stepped out looking dapper in a traditional tux as he promoted the film, which sees Pitt’s astronaut Roy McBride blasting into deep space on a mission to...
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