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Bobby Kotick Gets Cameo in Brad Pitt Movie

Posted on Thursday, June 16 @ 08:00:28 Eastern by
We live in a fucked up world. But this... this is just too much. In an Entertainment Tonight TV spot highlighting Brad Pitt's new flick Moneyball, you can clearly see Activision CEO and most-evil man in the world, Bobby Kotick, playing the owner of the Oakland A's. Unless the A's in the movie isn't for Athletics and instead stands for Activision, this is just plain weirdness. Skip ahead to one-minute mark in the video below to see Kotick make his sliver-screen debut (or maybe he moonlights as an actor?).


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