The actor has made an impression as he continues his global promotion for the action film, which appeared in the headlines last week for wear linen skirts to the premiere of the film in Germany.
Pitt gave the best possible explanation for the inspiration behind the look.
“I don’t know! We’re all going to die, so let’s mess it up,” said Pitt Types Marc Malkin.
The star didn’t wear a skirt at the film’s Los Angeles premiere, instead wearing a loose green suit complemented by a teal bra and vibrant yellow sneakers.
“Bullet Train” stars Pitt as an assassin who must fight on a train track full of dangerous killers, played by actors like Bad Bunny, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Brian Tyree Henry shoulder. The team discovers that all of their tasks overlap and things get out of control from there. “Deadpool 2” and “Atomic Blonde” director David Leitch is directing the action film.
Despite the near-constant violence in “Bullet Train,” Pitt explained that he was happy to entrust some of the dangerous moments during production to a professional stuntman.
“I tried to get out of it. I love a stuntman,” said Pitt. “This is an action-comedy movie, which I have never done before. David and I have always been Jackie Chan fans. We’ve been talking about him for decades. He’s our kind of Buster Keaton. He’s so talented and even underrated. Just doing something in that direction is what really appeals to me. “
Pitt also shared that he was able to avoid injury while making the film, although some of his lead actors weren’t so lucky.
“I definitely went home and went,” Owwwww, “but no!” cried Pitt. “But Aaron is the opposite. Brian on the other hand! Young people ‘yet, you know? “
“Bullet Train” hits theaters this Friday.