Brad Pitt, who recently suggested he was nearing retirement, pared his words a bit at the “Bullet Train” premiere in Los Angeles on Monday.
58 year old cinema hunku told GQ in June“I consider myself on my last stage” and called it the “last semester or trimester” of my career.
But when asked in detail about walking the red carpet in Los Angeles, the “Ad Astra” star laughed out loud. “No, I know, I know… I really have to work on my phrasing,” he stated deadline,
“I was just saying ‘I’m middle aged and I want to be specific about how I spend those last things, whatever they are,'” he said.
When Deadline pushed forward, Pitt said: “I’ve never been a five-year plan guy. I’m just, whatever feels right for next. And I still do things the same way.”
Later more than 80 moviesWith two Oscars (one for acting, one for production) and a tasteful knee-length skirt for another “Bullet Train” premiere, it’s comforting to know that he probably isn’t leaving any time soon.
Pitt plays an assassin who shares a train with rival assassins in “Bullet Train”. Hopefully, there are many more matinee moments ahead.