Friday, July 3, 2015

Brad Pitt surprises Philly

Hey guys, it's Brad Pitt!

Brad Pitt surprises Philly

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US actor Brad Pitt waves to fans prior to the German premiere of World War Z in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, June 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop)
US actor Brad Pitt waves to fans prior to the German premiere of World War Z in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, June 4, 2013. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop) AP

Brad Pitt surprised sneak peekers at an early screening of "World War Z" in King of Prussia Regal Cinema today. Check out this tweet from Comcast entertainment editor David Onda.

Here's the official "World War Z" shot:

Radio 104.5 has a nice shot on their Facebook as well.

Pitt has been showing up to various screenings of his epic zombie flick. He was at another screening in Atlanta earlier today. On May 22, he showed up at a late night screening in Hoboken.

My sources tell me Pitt introduced the film to two theaters and then hopped on a plane to his next locale, so he won't be hanging out here, unfortunately.

I kinda feel like Pitt owes Philly this one. "World War Z" is set in Philly but was shot in Glasgow, Scotland.

"World War Z," also starring Mirielle Enos, James Badge Dale and Philly's own David Morse, hits theaters June 21.

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