Brad Pitt says that twins Knox and Vivienne are doing great.
“All good; everyone’s healthy, and everyone’s great,” Brad, 44, told Entertainment Tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival Premiere of his flick, Burn After Reading, Friday.
“Sleep is something we long for, but that’s alright, we’ll get it [soon],” Brad added.
Brad joked that his easygoing life with his family helped inspire his goofy character in Burn After Reading. He plays a dimwitted gym employee who stumbles on a CD potentially full of CIA secrets.
“You’ll see some remnants of home in [my performance],” he told ET.
The father-of-six was in Paris with daughter Zahara earlier this week, and Venice with sons Pax and Maddox last week.
Despite their hectic homelife, Brad has ambitions to expand his family.
“I’ll have two more by next year,” Brad told reporters at a Burn After Reading press conference in Venice on August 27th.