The real score for Brad Pitt and Emily Ratajkowski is not “that serious” yet.
A-list celebrities are dating again in Hollywood. Pitt and Ratajkowski made headlines and began seeing each other frequently. Rumors circulated that Ratajkowski and Bear-McClard had been secretly dating since her divorce from her estranged husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard.
The couple, on the other hand, is not officially dating.
Page Six received a tip from a Hollywood insider who confirmed that Brad and Ratajkowski have yet to meet.
“People have been speculating about this for a while. Brad is not dating anybody. They [Pitt and Ratajkowski] have been seen a couple of times together.”
According to the same source, the “Bullet Train” star has been seeing other people recently, but he is not dating anyone. Still, the public should reportedly keep an eye on Bratajkowski’s future.
The new information comes after a source told OK! Magazine that Pitt had asked the American model out on a date. Ratajkowski then agreed because she thought the actor was cute.
Meanwhile, according to a separate source, Pitt and Ratajkowski met through a mutual friend in the art world.
Despite the romance rumors, Ratajkowski has already criticized Pitt’s produced film.
“Blonde,” a Netflix original film, explores the life of Marilyn Monroe as told in Joyce Carol Oates’ 2000 novel of the same name.
On TikTok, the model and actress blasted Pitt’s film for “fetishizing” female suffering. She did, however, clarify that she had not yet seen the entire film.
Ratajkowski then stated that she would be irritated if she saw the film because it only highlights the public’s obsession with women who have faced adversity, such as Princess Diana, Britney Spears, and Amy Winehouse.
She is among those who have criticized “Blonde.” Critics and audiences have since criticized the film’s release, claiming that it provided a distasteful, traumatic portrayal of Monroe’s life.
Ana de Armas, the film’s star, defended the film. She stated that director Andrew Dominik put his heart and soul into the film and that the team’s only goal was to portray Monroe as a “real woman going through all these different kinds of abuses and situations.”