Brad Pitt and George Clooney were spotted on the set of their new movie Wolves in New York City on Friday.
The legendary actors and friends both donned comfortable clothing as they filmed scenes together in Chinatown for the upcoming Apple TV Plus thriller.
Brad, 59, cut a casual figure in a brown tie-dye sweatshirt, blue jeans and gray slip-on trainers.
The Fight Club actor also sported a fluffy tan bucket hat on his head and clear-framed glasses.
His hair was covered by the bucket hat, but he wore a full goatee on his face.
On the set: Brad Pitt and George Clooney were spotted filming their new movie Wolves
Comfy: Both wore comfortable clothes as they filmed scenes together in Chinatown for the upcoming Apple TV Plus thriller
Brad strutted the city streets with a large red bag in hand and a brown fur coat thrown over it.
In some footage, the bullet train star could be seen falling and grabbing something out of the air.
George, 61, who co-stars and co-producers the film alongside Brad, wore a navy blue pea coat and blue jeans on set.
His peacoat was buttoned up to his neck and he wore a pair of green-soled white sneakers.
The “Ocean’s Eleven” actor had his salt-and-pepper hair cropped close to his head and sported a full beard.
He walked the set with his hands in his pockets and a big smile on his face.
Wolves is about two lonely wolf fixers – played by Brad and George – whose lives are turned upside down when they are assigned the same job.
In addition to Brad and George, the film also stars Amy Ryan, Austin Abrams and Poorna Jagannathan.
Action shot: The Bullet Train star was seen throwing himself and grabbing something out of the air
Bucket hat: The 59-year-old sported a fluffy tan bucket hat on his head and clear-framed glasses
Filming: Brad also wore a fluffy brown bucket hat as part of his costume
It was revealed last year that both Brad and George took pay cuts to ensure the film would get a theatrical release alongside its debut on Apple TV Plus.
Both stars are taking on dual acting roles and producing the film through their production companies.
Directed by Jon Watts, who also directed the three latest Marvel Studios Spider-Man films. He also wrote the screenplay for the film.
Apple TV+ acquired the rights to the film after winning a studio bidding war between as many as 10 companies including Sony, Lionsgate, Annapurna, MGM, Universal, Warner Bros, Apple, Netflix and Amazon.
Big smile: George donned a navy blue pea coat and blue jeans on set
Notes: Wolves is directed by Marvel’s Spider-Man director John Watts. He also wrote the screenplay for the film
On the Move: Wolves follows two lone wolf fixers – played by Brad and George – whose lives are turned upside down when they are assigned the same job
In an interview with Deadline last year, George spoke about his enthusiasm for Wolves.
“It was an exciting time because it turned into one of those weird bidding wars that happens every now and then and it ended up being pretty extreme and Apple came in with a really big number for Brad and I.”
He continued, “And we said we’d like to take less as long as we can guarantee we can have a theatrical release, and they said great.”
The two actors have both been in the entertainment industry for most of their lives and have become longtime friends after appearing in several films together.
On the street: The Ocean’s Eleven actor wore his peacoat buttoned up to his neck and wore a pair of white trainers with green soles on his feet
Wardrobe change: As day gave way to evening, Clooney had changed into a black leather coat with dark jeans, a black shirt and matching boots
Getting ready to shoot: In his new outfit, the former ER star was busy chatting up his Wolves co-star, who was standing just feet away in gray trousers with a black foam jacket over a shirt
LOL: Pitt could be seen smiling and laughing as he was seen walking away from Clooney
They first starred together in 2001’s Ocean’s Eleven, 2004’s Ocean’s Twelve, and 2007’s Ocean’s Thirteen.
Brad also had a cameo in George’s directorial debut, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) and they co-starred in the 2008 Coen Brothers film Burn After Reading.
They also starred in Dustin Lance Black’s 2012 Play 8, which was broadcast live on YouTube, with a star-studded cast including Kevin Bacon and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Old Friends: Brad and George have both been in the entertainment industry most of their lives and have become longtime friends after appearing in several films together including the Ocean’s franchise; seen in a still from 2004’s Ocean’s Twelve