Brad Pitt is back on the red carpet scene.
The actor, who has kept a low profile since his split with Angelina Jolie, looked dashing at Wednesday night’s L.A. premiere of his WWII drama Allied.
At the event, which was live streamed on Facebook, Pitt appeared to be in good spirits as he smiled for photos and chatted with fans.
Pitt, 52, made his first public appearance since Jolie filed for divorce last night while attending a private screening of Moonlight in Los Angeles. He was joined by longtime pal and Ocean’s 11 costar Julia Roberts. Pitt’s production company, Plan B, partnered with A24 to produce the coming-of-age drama about a gay, African-American boy, and the film has been earning Oscar buzz.
Before the back-to-back appearances, Pitt had chosen to stay out of the spotlight, even skipping the premiere of his film Voyage of Time on Sept. 28. He explained in a statement that he preferred to stay “focused on his family” at the time.
On November 9, a rep for Jolie released a new statement saying that the former couple have reached a legal agreement about the custody of their six children: Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and 8-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
However, other sources close to the situation maintain the pair have not reached any new agreement or permanently settled their differences, and Pitt still plans to push for joint custody.
Pitt filed a response on Nov. 4 requesting joint custody after Jolie, 41, requested sole physical custody in her Sept. 19 divorce filing.
Allied, which also stars Marion Cotillard, hits theaters Nov. 23.
This article originally appeared on people.com.
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