Weatherman Brad Pitt has some bleak news about climate change

Rebecca Barbier
Junho 9, 2017

"To help us understand climate change and what it means for the world, here's our own Jim Jeffries show weather man", the show's host introduced the clip.

Brad Pitt has fired shots at U.S. President Donald Trump's stance on Climate change in a new comedy sketch.

That weatherman was, of course, Pitt, who was dressed like a pretty stereotypical, old school weatherman in an oversized brown blazer.

The forecast delivered was bleak, to say the least. Following this report, Jim Jefferies prompts another question to his weatherman asking about future forecasts.

The Ocean's Eleven star, who is a longtime environmental campaigner, turned weatherman for a surprise appearance on America's The Jim Jefferies Show premiere earlier this week (begs05Jun17), and used his cameo to highlight the affects of global warming.

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"Thank you, Jim. So things are going to be getting warmer in this area here", Pitt said while gesturing to the map which is dotted by bright yellow suns.

"There is no future."

"There is no future", was Pitt's kicker. Superstars such as Leonardo DiCaprio & Arnold Schwarzenegger are among other celebrities supporting the cause.

"Today, the future livability of our planet was threatened by President Trump's careless decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement". He openly supported Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton during her 2016 presidential campaign.

The Moneyball star told The New York Times" T magazine in September, two months before Trump's shocking victory, that he couldn't bring himself "to think that Trump will be in charge'. We just want to know if we need to wear a jacket outside or not.

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