Brad Pitt Claims 'Bored' With Self
The two-time winner of PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive title, Brad Pitt, is already eyeing his golden years. The hunk, 37, admitting that he's spent a useful year and a half in therapy, tells the new Vanity Fair that in the past he occasionally let his fame go to his head -- and figures that he has seven years, at best, remaining in the prime of his career. "On one hand, I'm hitting my own stride now," he says. "On the other hand, I'll tell you truthfully, I'm completely bored with myself in films . . . I have other interests that I want to pursue that mean more to me." Before he finds himself at the unemployment office, however, Pitt will soon be seen in two highly anticipated holiday movies: "Spy Games," co-starring Robert Redford, and a remake of the ensemble heist drama "Ocean's 11." "I find myself looking forward to a family," said Pitt, who married Jennifer Aniston last year. "Anything that's going to take the focus off myself, I welcome." And of marriage (which he jokingly refers to as "the merger"): "The thing with our marriage is that there was an opening in the Hollywood-couple slot, and unfortunately we've fallen into it, which I don't like very much . . . It doesn't leave us room to be human, to make our mistakes and have our struggles, because that will just be another story."
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