An effort by residents of New Orleans to recruit Brad Pitt for mayor has the actor smiling. "I'm running on the gay marriage, no religion, legalization and taxation of marijuana platform," Pitt told The Today Show Thursday morning. "I don't have a chance." Pitt's Make It Right foundation plans to build 150 homes by 2010 for those destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. So what are the chances of him running? "I don't have a chance," he says. "It's not what I do best." (Photo: WENN)

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