Brad Pitt has narrated an upcoming documentary about American Football, reports The Associated Press. The Hollywood actor and star of 'Se7en' and 'Inglorious Basterds' has apparently lent his voice to a National Football League documentary entitled 'American's Game: 2009 New Orleans Saints'.
The film follows the success of New Orleans' victory over the Indianapolis Colts in this year's Super Bowl and Pitt joins a long list of celebrities who have previously narrated the annual documentaries - namely, Alec Baldwin, Morgan Freeman, Gene Hackman, and Bruce Willis.
As well as narrating 'America's Game', Pitt is currently working on a number of projects set for release in the near future. He is currently filming 'Moneyball' in Los Angeles - a film about baseball manager Billy Beane, and his movie 'The Tree of Life' also starring Sean Penn, is due to hit screens in early 2011. Pitt also provided the voiceover for the character of 'Metro Man', in the forthcoming animated movie, 'Megamind'.The American football is due to air on the NFL network in the US on September 8th 2010.