Brad Pitt is finished with his walking stick after a reported skiing accident (which he said was just "an old man falling"). Without the "old man" accessory, Pitt glammed up and took Angelina Jolie's hand to walk to red carpet at the Producers Guild Awards Saturday night in Beverly Hills.

The pair wore matching black to the event where Angelina was presented the Stanley Kramer Award for her directorial debut In the Land of Blood and Honey.

When asked if Pitt might follow in his wife's steps and jump into position behind the camera, the actor said, "Hell no!"

Meanwhile, Pitt recently became the 5000th member of the Producers Guild. He worked for years to get Moneyball made and earned a Golden Globe nomination for co-producing The Departed.

But it seems he won't follow in the path of Jolie and good pal George Clooney who is as successful a director as he is an actor. Clooney now has four directing credits to his name, including this year's Ides of March, which is racking up award noms.

The big winner at last night's PGA's was The Artist for Best Film, which already took top prize at the Golden Globes for Best Comedy/Musical. It seems Harvey Weinstein's silent film is set to dominate the Oscars as well.

HBO's Boardwalk Empire won for Best Television Drama Series, keeping AMC's Mad Men from winning the category four years in a row.

Modern Family won the prize for Best Comedy Series, beating out shows like 30 Rock and Glee.

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