Among being an Academy Award-winning actor and producer, Brad Pitt is also a businessman.
With the recent lucrative sale of 60% of his production company, Plan B Entertainment, worth $300 million to French group Mediawan, Pitt is considering taking a step back from it all.
“Brad has decided that he wants to live a peaceful life going forward and is deciding what ‘semi-retirement’ looks like for him,” a source told Page Six.
“One thing he’s decided is that he will likely continue acting,” the source revealed, before cautioning that Pitt likely will step away from other business ventures.
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Brad Pitt is reportedly considering taking a step back from his busy career.
Pitt launched a new genderless skin-care line, Le Domaine, late last year. He previously bought Château Miraval with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie, which he now owns.
“While Brad has put a lot of time into the various [businesses based out of the French estate, Chateau Miraval, he bought with Angelina Jolie], and his other interests like architecture, he is absolutely committed to his film career,” an additional insider shared. “He is not leaving Hollywood.”
Another source alleged a slightly different narrative for Pitt, telling Page Six, “He is considering leaving Hollywood and moving to France and doing his vineyard and art and making furniture … He just wants to live in peace.”
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Brad Pitt created a skincare line from natural ingredients.
(Le Domaine Skincare)
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Pitt can currently be seen opposite Margot Robbie in “Babylon,” in theaters now.
While the 59-year-old has several projects in the works as a producer, his starring in an unnamed Formula 1 film project is on the horizon.
Brad Pitt has several movies in the pipeline, including a movie about F1 racing.
(Clive Mason – Formula 1/Formula 1)
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A representative for Pitt did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment at the time of publication.