Brad Pitt acknowledged that he’s uncomfortable being a celebrity, during an interview with Larry King which airs tonight. In the interview, he gushes about what a wonderful mother Angelina is, how they want more kids, and how he can’t stand the paparazzi using his children.
“Well, I duck and jive,” he said about being in the spotlight. “Keep my head down.”
Celebrity, though, is useful when he can leverage it for a good cause, he added.
“The press uses me,” he said. “I use it.”
He doesn’t like, however, how the paparazzi use his four children.
“They call out my kids by name, shove cameras in their faces,” Pitt said. “… My kids believe that any time you go outside the house, it’s just a wall of photographers, people that take your picture. That is their view of the world. I worry about the effect it will have on them.”
Despite the unwelcome attention, Pitt told King that he wants more children with Jolie. “We’re just getting started,” he said.
He called Jolie a “fantastic” mother.
“Dedicated, kids first,” he said. “[She's] really inventive and great fun to them and very, very protective.”
He and Jolie rarely argue, he said. “No, not really,” he said. “[We] challenge each other a lot. Have good fun with that.”
If they don’t want to be bothered, then stop making movies, and don’t put yourself out there-right smack in the middle of every major city (that’s my holiday stress talking).