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Buff Pitt won’t be showing off buff bod anymore

Sorry ladies, you won’t catch Brad Pitt in the buff anytime soon – at least not on the big screen.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Sorry ladies, you won’t catch Brad Pitt in the buff anytime soon – at least not on the big screen.

“I don’t want to be embarrassed when my kids get old enough to see my films. I can’t see any more nude scenes [in my career],” Pitt reportedly said in an interview with the BBC.

Although he hasn’t been known to bare all in his films, his famous (and revealing) scene with Geena Davis in “Thelma and Louise” helped catapult Brad into Hollywood superstardom.

And while other films such as “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” contained some sensual and steamy scenes, Brad’s nudity has typically been at a premium – if at all.

As for what’s to come in his career, Brad also revealed we’ve likely seen the last of the “Ocean’s” gang.

“There’s no more,” he said of the “Ocean’s” movies with pals George Clooney and Matt Damon. “I think we need to put away childish things.”

But that doesn’t mean Brad is done working with his friends.

“We’ll find something else,” he added. “I just don’t think there’s anywhere to go with that particular story.”

In fact, Brad and George team up on the big screen for “Burn After Reading,” a comedy set for a 2008 release.

However, one film Brad won’t be starring in is the political thriller “State of Play,” which he pulled out of last week due to reported creative differences. Universal Pictures is currently courting Russell Crowe to replace Pitt in the film, alongside Edward Norton, Helen Mirren, Rachel McAdams, Jason Bateman and Robin Wright Penn.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Crowe is in final negotiations to step into the role.