Is Brad Pitt already thinking about retirement and full-time daddy duty?
Maybe, and sooner than you might think. In an interview with Australia's 60 Minutes, the Moneyball star revealed an exit strategy planned for his great career.
It involves the half-century mark. When asked how much longer he would like to keep on acting, the 47-year-old answered fairly succinctly, "Three years."
That doesn't mean he wants to be absent from the industry altogether. But Pitt says he plans to step off-camera and get behind it, if at all, by age 50.
"I'm really enjoying the producing side and development of stories," Pitt says. "Getting the stories to the plate that might have had tougher times otherwise."
Something he may not be ready to say bye to? Procreation! "You know, I don't know that we're finished," Pitt says. "I don't know yet. I don't know."
Even with six children, Pitt says he "obviously" enjoys the chaos and that all the running around, and even the lack of sleep is fine with him right now.
"Those late nights are so fun when one of them's up or those mornings when they get up and make pancakes or something. That's what it's all about."
Indeed. Watch out, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.