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Brad Pitt Arrives With Hydrogen At Ocean's 13 Premiere

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At the premiere of Ocean’s 13 last night at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in LA, Brad Pitt wowed the red carpet crowds by appearing in a BMW Hydrogen 7. Okay, the crowd could probably care less about the car, but we’re completely giddy.

Here’s the scoop from Autobloggreen,

“BMW is getting a lot of publicity out of the Hydrogen 7s they’ve got in America. If you go back and watch the video of the AFVI show from April, you’ll notice that this Hydrogen 7 is the exact same one I was able to drive in April (or they switched license plates). I can’t tell from this image if the company removed all the “clean energy” markings from the side (visible here) so as not distract from Mr. Pitt’s suaveness. Whatever the case, let’s pretend that AutoblogGreen is one step closer to being on the A-list. Or something.”

We hear you guys — seeing a hydrogen vehicle in the wild is always exciting. Of course, you don’t have to be headed to the red carpet to drive one around town. Stars like Q’Orianka Kilcher have their own hydrogen car (the Honda FCX) in the garage. Still, it’s a sign of things to come and we’re jazzed that Pitt chose such a vehicle to take to the premiere.

Hit Autobloggreen for more details, or dip yourself into Hydrogen/Pitt goodness with additional photos here.

Hey Clooney, where’s the Tango?!  Thanks to Linton for the tip!

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