Brad Pitt outbid on GoT screening

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The actor made the offer while taking part in a silent auction at Sean Penn's annual gala for Haiti, which took place at Milk Studios in L.A., according to Variety.

The movie star and producer attended a charity gala hosted by Sean Penn and offered to pay $120,000 for a chance to watch an episode of "Game of Thrones" with Emilia Clarke. Proceeds of the charity gala go to J/P HRO & Disaster Relief Organisations to aid Haiti.

Pitt was ready to cough up six figures to watch an episode of the epic HBO series with Clarke.

The auction to watch the episode with Clarke started at $20,000, but the race quickly escalated.

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Clarke's co-star Kit Harington was present, but had stepped out to the restroom.

Now we have to ask if you had the money would you bid that much for viewing of Game of Thrones with The Mother of Dragons and the King of the North?

"He did everything he could to pirate episodes that hadn't even been shot yet", Lively revealed in a previous interview.

Unfortunately for Brad, he was outbid by someone else for $180K United States dollars when Kit Harington was then added to the prize. [Pitt] later offered $120,000 and raised his arms in excitement, but was out at $150,000. Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Lena Dunham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Segel, Connie Britton, Patricia Arquette, Mark Burnett, Roma Downey and Leonardo DiCaprio, who was honored for his work fighting climate change, were also at the event. DiCaprio eventually won another Smith painting.