Brad Pitt Joins Lineup of Hollywood’s Leading Men Now Living in Recovery

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The first time I saw Pitt on screen, he was playing Floyd, a long-haired, couch-surfing stoner in True Romance. Surrounded by smoke in every one of his scenes, Floyd was a burnout. He smoked a page of an important letter; he was immune to the threats of the mafia. Along with everyone else in the theater, I laughed when he yelled at his roommate to bring home beer – and cleaning products. It wasn’t until years later, when Pitt’s weed use made headlines, that I connected the dots. Maybe it wasn’t an act, after all.  Read for Story

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