Brad Pitt explains why he wore a skirt to the ‘Bullet Train Movie Premiere’: “We’re All Going to Die”

Actor Brad Pitt gave a strange explanation as to why he wore a skirt recently to the Bullet Train premier in Berlin, Germany. He said, in part: “We all are going to die .”

“I don’t know! We’re all going to die, so let’s mess it up,” the actor told Variety on Monday.

The Fight Club Star also said that while he managed to stay safe during filming, his fellow stars were less fortunate.

” I went back home, and said, “Owwwww! But no!” Pitt exclaimed. But Aaron [Taylor Johnson] was on the contrary. Brian Tyree Henry on the other! You young ‘uns know ?”

Pitt stars in the movie as a hitman trying to navigate a train full of dangerous killers. But then the men realize their tasks overlap and things spiral out of control.

It will be fascinating to see how Pitts box-office stardom translates into a world in which many of his supporters are probably seeing him in an entirely new, perhaps even less pleasant light.

In 2020, Pitt launched into a politically charged rant at the Oscars, while accepting his Supporting Actor award for Quentin Tarantino’s film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

“They told me I only have 45 seconds up here, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week,” Pitt said, referring to the Senate not calling John Bolton as a witness during former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.

” I’m wondering if Quentin makes a movie about this, and the adults end up doing the right thing,” said the Babel acting.

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