In his recent interview with Hello Magazine, Pitt gave some pieces of advice for his young "Fury" co-actors.
"With time you get to develop your craft and I worry for the younger guys because they are used up so quickly before they are able to develop it," said Pitt who received Oscar nominations for his roles in "Moneyball," "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" and "Twelve Monkeys."
For the three-time Academy Award nominee, "there are guys who are smart and making their way through it. Shia LaBeouf is certainly one of them."
"We are still a tight group," Pitt said of the "Fury" cast. "And when I look at the film, I see a dysfunctional family."
Written and directed by David Ayer, the war drama also stars Michael Pena, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Xavier Samuel, Brad William Henke, Kevin Vance, Jim Parrack, Jason Isaacs, Adam Ganne, Laurence Spellman and Scott Eastwood among others.
Now 50, Pitt said he is "pretty clear" about how he wants to live his life, what he wants from his wife Angelina Jolie and their six children. He described himself as "one of those guys who thinks about the five-year plan or the 10-year plan."
Currently, Pitt is working on his upcoming film "By The Sea," with his wife as his co-star and the director. After their wedding in France, the couple went to Malta to shoot the film with their children, according to Daily Mail.
"She's tough as nails, you must know that!" Pitt said of Jolie. "There's no hiding that. I am immensely proud. She's got this. She's good."
Pitt also recent told The Star he highly recommends married life to those who can find "someone who can stand you for 24-hours-a-day."
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