BRAD Pitt looked bloody and bruised after filming a "car crash" on the set of his new movie.
The Hollywood hunk looked a bit worse for wear when he was snapped shooting a scene from “Bullet Train,” a movie in which he plays a deadly assassin with co-star Joey King.
During the gory scene, Pitt, 57 – who is embroiled in a nasty divorce battle with Angelina Jolie – was seen wearing slacks and a grubby white T-shirt with fake blood all over his arms.
Later, he donned a plastic face shield and covered his mouth and nose at one point to stop the spread of Covid-19 on set, while his co-star Joey also put on a face covering.
The actress also appeared to be looking bruised and battered as she filmed the action scene with Brad.
However, unlike the Once Upon A Time In...Hollywood heartthrob, 21-year-old Joey wore a clean pink sweater vest and red mini skirt.
In "Bullet Train," several assassins end up on the same train with different missions to kill – but they may be all tied to each other.
Forbes reported that Joey's character attempted to take out Brad during the movie, which would explain why there is just so much blood.
Brad was spotted on set after it emerged that Angelina was able to make $11.5 million after auctioning off a rare Winston Churchill painting gifted to him.
The late Prime Minister painted the piece in 1943 for Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Last month, Christie's Auction house revealed that the painting would be auctioned off by the Academy Award-winning actress.
However, now the artwork has a new owner as the 45-year-old was able to sell it off on Monday in London for the eye-popping price of $11,590,715.
The Moroccan painting was previously expected to be sold off for about $3 million.
A source told Page Six that the classic piece was gifted to Angelina by her ex Brad.
The painting is now the most expensive Churchill work ever.
An insider also told the outlet that the mother of six had the piece since 2011 when it was bought from New Orleans antique dealer M.S. Rau for $2.95 million.
The source added that Brad was the purchaser of the painting which then fell into the Jolie Family Collection.
The famed actor and art collector reportedly bought the work as a gift for Angelina, after being inspired by his role in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds.
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The former A-List couple had also previously shown interest in the topic, as they visited the U.K. Churchill War Rooms together on a private tour.
Brad and Angelina have been in a nasty divorce battle since 2016.
Though the proceedings finally went through three years later in April of 2019, the ex-pair has still not found peace.