It's set for release later this month but Brad Pitt won't be attending any official interviews or press junkets for his latest movie Allied, according to a new report from The Sun.
It's also claimed the the 52-year-old may be a no-show at the world premiere in LA next week.
"This was supposed to be the start of a big campaign push for Brad to finally win an acting Oscar but there’s too much controversy for him to risk any publicity. It also doesn’t help that there were rumours he had an affair with his co-star Marion Cotillard, which both deny," an insider explained to the publication.
“Loads of chat show studios are gutted as they had him booked to come on and dozens of journalists have had their interviews scrapped," the source adds.
If Brad ends up attending the LA premiere, it's alleged he'll avoid the red carpet all together and "sneak in a side door."
Meanwhile, Brad's focus remains purely on his family as TMZ reports the actor has filed for joint custody of his six children with Angelina Jolie.
Official court documents show Angelina originally filed for full custody of Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox, eight, only granting Brad visitation rights.
While legal experts are predicting Brangie's custody battle could end up being one of Hollywood's most messy, the couple have begun diving their assets.
Most recently the estranged exes sold their New Orleans mansion, with the French Quarter property selling for just under $6.5million ($USD4.9 million).
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