George Clooney and Brad Pitt are back on set, and they’re enjoying a twinning moment.
Clooney, 61, and Pitt, 59, were photographed filming scenes for their next Apple TV+ thriller, Wolves, in New York City on Tuesday.
The actors appeared to be wearing similar black leather jackets and gray slacks, creating a bit of a matching moment. Pitt wore a white button-up shirt with his outfit. The “Babylon” actor, who was the most loved person in the room at this year’s Golden Globes, also flaunted his new hairstyle.
Clooney kept things simple—and toasty—by donning a black sweater and scarf.
Austin Abrams, who looked to have some injuries on his neck, joined the men in another snap.
Wolves, written and directed by John Watts, is about “two lone fixers who are assigned the same assignment,” according to Apple TV+.
The next thriller will be Clooney and Pitt’s third collaboration after the Ocean trilogy and Burn After Reading.
Clooney told Deadline last year that he and Pitt offered to accept a significant salary cut in return for a theatrical release as well as streaming.
“Yeah. Brad and I. It was an exciting time because it became one of those strange bidding wars that happen every now and then, and it ended up being pretty extreme. Apple came in with a really big number for Brad and me, and we said we’d take less as long as we could guarantee a theatrical release, and they said great. “So, I believe there is a way for us all to coexist,” he told the newspaper.
Pitt and Clooney’s new assignment comes after they exchanged some friendly banter last year. Pitt dubbed Clooney “the most beautiful man in the world” in an interview with Vogue.
When the Ticket to Paradise star heard his co-remarks, he couldn’t help but agree.
“Well, he’s correct about that,” Clooney said during a CBS Mornings interview with Gayle King. “Let’s be honest: He’s correct.”
“I think the truth is that the first time he answered it, he was simply answering himself, and they said, ‘Maybe don’t say that let’s do another take,'” he joked.