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Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill attended a screening of Moneyball at the Cary Grant Theatre in Culver City yesterday, and the co-stars looked chummy as ever as they posed for pictures.

Pitt recently shocked fans when he said he was planning on retiring when he hit the big 5-0 (he's 47 now), but he recently revealed that he may have spoken a bit too soon. I wasnt putting an exact deadline on my expiration date, but I just see it coming and I do have an interest in the producing side, Pitt told reporters during part of his promotional tour in Korea. Regarding Koreas Lotte Cinema investing in his upcoming film World War Z, Pitt added, Its quite evident its a global community and Im much more interested in erasing those lines that are divisive and open those doors that are inclusive and finding those areas where we relate and learn from each other. World War Z is a big zombie movie. It is based on a book by Max Brooks and it is a global story and its a perfect film for global contributions, so I guess Im quite happy about that, why not.