In a long interview, Brad Pitt spoke with an open heart about his life, career, addiction and difficulties for the star. Not only that, he feels at the end of his career. Withdrawal on the horizon?
Brad Pitt It will return on August 25 in theaters in an intriguing thriller set in Japan. Express train. But not only that in an interview with GQ magazine He spoke unreservedly about his life, his weaknesses and the acting career which, according to him, “made it to the last lap.” Are you seriously considering your next retirement?
We know how at 58 she’s still as sexy and fit as a few pals, maybe just Tom Cruise. A truly amazing moment in his career, he finally arrived with the long-awaited Academy Award for CIt was once in … Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino. But in the interview he talks about “the last round, this semester or quarter.” Cold sweats for all his millions of fans around the world. Then he added, “How will this part be? How am I going to structure it?”
He also spoke about attending meetings organized by Alcoholics AnonymousAfter breaking up with him Angelina Jolie. “I was feeling safe with a group full of wonderful, special, and chosen people,” he said. “I’ve seen very disturbing things happen to other people, like Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was recorded talking about very intimate things, vented his most hidden part. One thing that seemed really terrible to me.”
However, Bullet Train remains, as was to be expected, a comedy adaptation directed by David Leachwho has earned a good reputation as a business director with much irony thanks to John Wick. Together with him there will be Sandra Bullock.
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