• Brad Pitt reportedly enjoys dinner with his younger children when they are in Los Angeles
  • The actor also hangs out with a group of artsy friends and is dating again, according to a report
  • The "Bullet Train" star reportedly has been busy with his movie and art projects, production company, winery business and more

Brad Pitt is living his best life on and offscreen, according to a report.

Pitt, 58, has been busy promoting his new action-comedy movie "Bullet Train" but makes the most of his downtime by bonding with his kids amid his ongoing legal battle with ex-wife Angelina Jolie.

"Brad has dinner with his younger kids when they are all in L.A. Since the kids are older now, they have their own life and friends. Brad still has a pretty good relationship with them," an unnamed source close to the "Ad Astra" actor told People.

Pitt and Jolie were declared legally single by a judge in 2019 amid their ongoing custody battle. The exes share six kids: Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, and 14-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.

In addition to working and bonding with his children, Pitt has also been spending time with friends and has started dating again.

"He has a large group of artsy friends in L.A. that he hangs out with," the insider added. "He's dating, but is not in a serious relationship."

According to the source, the Oscar winner also keeps busy with his Plan B production company as well as running Château Miraval, the villa and winery in Correns, France, that he purchased with Jolie in 2008.

"Brad has his movies, he has Miraval and he has these other [passions]. He loves architecture, he loves creativity. He's living his best life under the circumstances," the source said, adding, "He's really enjoying Miraval and always poured the profits back into it."

Earlier this year, the "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" actor sued Jolie for selling her shares of Miraval to a third party without informing him, alleging that she intentionally "sought to inflict harm on" him by doing so. He accused his ex of attempting to gain profits she didn't earn and breaching their agreement to only sell their stakes with mutual consent, People previously reported.

In his latest court filing in their ongoing legal battle, Pitt said that Miraval was his "passion" project that grew "into a multimillion-dollar global business and one of the world's most highly regarded producers of rosé wine" through his efforts, according to the outlet.

The court documents claimed that Jolie allegedly "sought to force Pitt into partnership with a stranger, and worse yet, a stranger with poisonous associations and intentions" when she sold her shares without his approval.

Tenute del Mondo confirmed its purchase of 50% of Château Miraval and the Miraval brand from Jolie via a press release on Oct. 5, 2021. It noted that Pitt would still be involved with the company.

Pitt's lawsuit claimed that Jolie's business Nouvel owed his company Mondo Bongo the right of first refusal, and the sale infringed on that right. Jolie was cleared to sell her share of the estate in September 2021, according to People.

Meanwhile, Pitt appeared to be in great spirits for his recent promotional appearances for "Bullet Train."

Last week, he made a fashion statement by wearing a skirt at the Germany premiere of his upcoming film. He posed on the red carpet wearing a brown, raw-hem knee-length skirt with a matching jacket over a dusty rose shirt. Pitt paired the outfit with tortoise-shell sunglasses, his signature long chains and a pair of black combat boots.

Pitt's film "Bullet Train" hits theaters on Aug. 5.

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BERLIN, GERMANY - JULY 19: Brad Pitt attends the "Bullet Train" Red Carpet Screening at Zoopalast on July 19, 2022 in Berlin, Germany. Gerald Matzka/Getty Images for Sony Pictures