Brad Pitt has always been known to be a cool guy. Although the actor has been spotted in multiple action films, he has always been known to keep his cool even when the heat is high. While promoting his upcoming film Bullet Train, the actor opened up about the anger issues that he has faced and how he can sometimes lose his temper too.
“I can lose it and lose my sh*t,” says Brad Pitt
In an interview, while promoting his upcoming film Bullet Train, the actor became candid and spoke about his anger issues. The Fight Club actor also stated that he is also a human and sometimes, he loses it.
The following words are said by Brad Pitt to Sunrise in their interview of the actor:
“Ladybug is trying really hard to relax. He’s such a chump. He just can’t get out of his own way and it just makes me laugh,”
For reference, Ladybug is the name of the character that Brad Pitt will be portraying in the upcoming film. When asked about his tendency to get angry, here’s what the actor replied:
“I mean, I’m pretty laid-back but I can lose it and lose my sh*t, and I can certainly step in sh*t and put my foot in my mouth,”.
The actor does have a comic way of putting these feelings into words. Following these lines, the actor also gave a touch of philosophy to cap off the subject,
“I’m realising, as a real act of forgiveness for myself for all the choices that I’ve made that I’m not proud of, that I value those missteps, because they led to some wisdom, which led to something else,”
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Brad Pitt is best known for his action films with the occasional humor in between. His films such as Fight Club, Se7en, and, Inglorious Basterds were massive box office hits. However, the actor is now at an age of 58, an age where the only role people get is of a godfather. However, the actor is keeping it strong with more projects lined up along the way.
The actor is now more into producing rather than acting and it might actually be the end of an era when he stops acting on the big screens.
Bullet Train is slated to release on the 5th of August 2022 in theaters worldwide.
Source: Geo News