Brad Pitt to retire at 50?

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Based on Michael Lewis' 2003 book of the same name, "Moneyball" centers on Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) and his arrival as general manager of the Oakland A's. Through analysis and a new, non-traditional sabermetric approach to scouting players, Beane attempts to create a competitive baseball team at a fraction of the cost of the large market teams. Also starring Jonah Hill, Robin Wright, and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
November 14th, 2011

Brad Pitt plans to retire at 50.

The 'Moneyball' actor has revealed he does not plan to stay in front of the camera indefinitely and believes he only has "three years" left in Hollywood, but may turn to producing films instead.

He told Australian TV show '60 Minutes': "I've really enjoyed the producerial side and getting stories to the plate that may have had a harder time otherwise."

Despite being keen to step behind the camera, Brad - who raises children Maddox, 10, Pax, seven, Zahara, six and Shiloh, five and three-year-old twins with Angelina Jolie - has previously said he would not direct because he would never get to see his family.

He said: "I have no aspirations for directing. It would drive me crazy and my family crazy, I'd never see them. It would take me three years to do it. I like what I do now.

"I love cinema and I'm still watching films I was watching 20 years ago. Making films that stand, that's the goal."