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Brad Pitt denies he is retiring from acting

Writer: Heidi Hsia

Sometimes, you just gotta stop and rehydrate
Sometimes, you just gotta stop and rehydrate

4 Aug – Brad Pitt has laughed off reports that he is retiring from acting, which he said stemmed from a misunderstanding caused by his phrasing.

The actor, who sat down to promote his new movie, "Bullet Train" recently, stated that he really has to work on how he words things.


"I was just saying, you know, I'm, like, past middle age [and] I want to be specific how I spend those last bits, whenever they may be," he explained, and later gave a resounding "No" when asked directly about it.

Brad Pitt plays the lead in
Brad Pitt plays the lead in "Bullet Train"

Pitt with Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brian Tyree Henry who play 'twins' Tangerine and Lemon in "Bullet Train"
Pitt with Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brian Tyree Henry who play 'twins' Tangerine and Lemon in "Bullet Train"

In a previous interview with GQ, the actor ruminated on his career, saying that he considers himself on his last leg.

"This last semester or trimester. What is this section going to be? And how do I want to design that?" he expressed.

Aside from "Bullet Train", Pitt is also set to star in the Damien Chazelle movie, "Babylon", portraying director John Gilbert. He is also producing several movies, including the Netflix upcoming film, "Blonde".

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum have cameos in "Bullet Train" after the hilarity in "The Lost City"
Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum have cameos in "Bullet Train" after the hilarity in "The Lost City"

The actor plays John Gilbert in the upcoming
The actor plays John Gilbert in the upcoming "Babylon"

Cinema Online, 04 August 2022


Related Movies:
Bullet Train (04 Aug 2022)
The Lost City (21 Apr 2022)
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (15 Aug 2019)
Ad Astra (19 Sep 2019)

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