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Brad Pitt Breakdances With Jimmy Fallon

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First rule of Breakdance Club is: you do not talk about Breakdance Club.
 
Yes, it looks as if Brad Pitt has found himself a new secret underground fellowship, with the notably moustachioed star appearing on a brilliant new skit for Jimmy Fallon’s TV show to promote his upcoming tank-firing drama Fury.
 
In the video we see the pair meeting in a New York basement and communicating only via the language of busting moves. And don’t think it’s just a bunch of stand-ins, either. Both men put in their fair share of dance skills, making for a mirthful few minutes.
 
Take a look at the action below and prepare to admire Brad Pitt even more than you do already.

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