Pitt had a semi-funny and very crude response to the question, which was hinted at in a recent GQ interview. On the red carpet tonight, he laughed and twirled half a circle as if embarrassed before returning with, “No, I mean… I really have to work on my wording.”
He continued, “I just said, ‘I’m past middle age and I want to be specific about how I spend those last things, however they might be.’ ”
When asked about the specifics of those specifics, Pitt said, “I’ve never been a five-year plan type. I just, whatever feels right for the day. I still operate that way.”
“I consider myself at my last leg,” the Academy Award winner said in the piece, “this final semester or three months. What will this part be? And how do I want to design it? “
In High speed train, Pitt plays Ladybug, an unlucky assassin determined to do her job peacefully after too many unsatisfactory gigs. Fate may have other plans, however, as Ladybug’s latest mission puts him on a collision course with deadly enemies from around the world—all with a connected goal. but conflict — on the fastest train in the world.
David Leitch directed the film, based on the book of the same name by Kotaro Isaka, from a screenplay by Zak Olkewicz. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martínez Ocasio, Masi Oka, Logan Lerman, Karen Fukuhara, Sandra Bullock and Zazie Beetz have completed the cast.
The film was produced by Kelly McCormick, Leitch and Antoine Fuqua. Its executive producers are Brent O’Connor, Ryosuke Saegusa, Yuma Terada and Kat Samick. Sony is releasing High speed train in theaters this Friday, August 5.