Though Brad Pitt plays a Nazi-scalper in Inglourious Basterds, out on Friday, his next project will be something for his very large family. "I'm doing a voice for an animation film with Robert Downey Jr., Tina Fey. A superhero who wants out–he doesn't want to be a superhero anymore… that sounded like an angle," Pitt told the Today Show on Tuesday. "It's something [my kids]'ll enjoy, think dad's cool." The film, Oobermind, is set for release next fall. (Photo: WENN)

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