Pitt put in his bid at US$80,000 and placed US$90,000 to outbid himself.
During the night's charity auction, the auctioneer announced the opportunity to watch an episode of Game of Thrones with Clarke, who plays the role of one of the show's main characters, Daenerys Targaryen. Plus, he's famous enough he could probably just call Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington and ask if they want to binge a season with him at his house for free.
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Brad Pitt is a really big "Game of Thrones" fan, as evidenced by the fact that he bid a whopping $120,000 in an auction to watch an episode with one of the show's stars.
The bidding started at U.S. $20,000 but quickly rose and hit the $120,000 mark when Harington said he would also sit in on the episode with the victor. At this point, Clarke's co-star Harington offered to join the viewing, at which point Pitt raised the stakes to $120,000.
Also in attendance were Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Segel and Leonardo DiCaprio, who was honoured for his work in combating climate change.
However, Pitt did not go home empty-handed. However, DiCaprio ended up with a second Josh Smith original that was also available.