Pitt attended a fan screening of his new World War II thriller, Allied, at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday, where he walked the red carpet, sans wedding ring, looking happy and healthy in a crisp, black suit jacket with a white button down and no tie.
The 52-year-old star also stopped for a Facebook Live interview, streamed on the Allied Facebook page, where he opened up about appearing in the action-packed film, which is modeled visually on the style of classic Hollywood films, and which iconic Tinseltown star inspired his character the most.
"I found myself watching a lot of Joseph Cotton," said Pitt, referring to the iconic leading man of the 1940s, who starred in the post-World War II noir drama The Third Man and the legendary Citizen Kane.
However, the 41-year-old French actress also credited Hollywood royalty like Ingrid Bergman, Katherine Hepburn and Audrey Hepburn, calling them "amazing, strong powerful women [who were] also very sensitive and [who gave] amazing performances."
The co-stars also posed for photos together outside the screening, and were the epitome of stoic Hollywood poise.
While this was Pitt's first red carpet appearance since Jolie filed for divorce, the star stepped out for a private screening of the acclaimed drama Moonlight, alongside his pal Julia Roberts, on Monday. Check out the video below for more.