In order to promote the August 5th Northern America release of ‘Bullet Train’, Hollywood actor Brad Pitt was interviewed by GQ magazine and shot a set of bizarre style portraits.
In the interview, Pitt, 59, surprisingly said that he is currently at the end of his career, facing the future more carefully treated, like the last semester of college, to think about how to deliver the graduation design.
Although as a producer his taste is relatively elegant, as an actor to the script also turns out to be more and more picky and picky.
But sometimes he is involved in commercial productions, such as the David Leitch-directed ‘Bullet Train’ and a cameo in the comedy ‘The Lost City’.
The relationship between David Leitch and Pitt dates back to 1999’s ‘Fight Club’, when Leitch was Pitt’s stunt double.
The two also worked together on a number of action films such as ‘Troy’ and ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’. Deadpool 2′ is also directed by David Leitch, Pitt also guest starred in a few seconds of the scene (Vanisher).
‘Bullet Train’ is an action film for the summer, and although it takes place in Japan, it was shot in a studio in Los Angeles during the epidemic.
“Outside the studio, the atmosphere was heavy due to the epidemic,” recalls co-star Brian Tyree Henry, “but inside the studio the most was laughter, and Brad’s laughter was really infectious, and he brought that levity.”
Pitt’s familiar role in ‘Bullet Train’ is flawed and eccentric, yet likable, blending a light-hearted charm with a humble humor reminiscent of his role as Cliff Booth in ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ (for which he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor). in Hollywood’ as Cliff Booth (for which he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor).
To director Quentin Tarantino, the role Pitt played in ‘Inglourious Basterds’ is evidence of a now uncommon screen presence.
To Quentin, Pitt has the charm of a veteran movie star, “He’s really good looking, very manly and hip.”
In addition to the acting work in front of the screen, Pitt’s production company B plan projects are also quite a lot, this year there is an adaptation of Miriam Toews novel ‘Women Talking’, directed by Sarah Polley.
It tells the story of a group of women in a Mennonite religious colony in Bolivia who struggle against the sexual assaults committed by the men of the colony.
Pitt told GQ magazine that it was one of the most profound films of the last decade.
In addition, his company is involved in the Monroe biopic ‘Blonde’, a fictionalized biography of Marilyn Monroe’s inner life, directed by Andrew Dominik and starring Ana de Armas, which opens in theaters on September 23rd of this year.
Pitt told the GQ writer that he currently lives in his first house, which he bought in 1994.
Six years after his divorce from Angelina Jolie, he has never touched alcohol again, and he even quit smoking during the epidemic. He now lives alone, and apart from working, he sits in front of the fireplace and plays guitar in his spare time.
In an interview with the author, Pitt also mentioned that he has face blindness and often fails to recognize some of the people he has met when attending some parties, but no one believes him.
Pitt also learned to make porcelain during the epidemic, “What I learned told me that porcelain should be thin, so thin that light would penetrate best, and that making it thick was a major sin. What I like is the texture of porcelain, you can bury it in the earth and someone will dig it up in 2,000 years and it won’t even break because it’s been through firing.”