The retirement comments of Brad Pitt have been clarified
His acting plans for the future are revealed by Brad Pitt. As part of the premiere of Bullet Train, the actor clarified comments he had made suggesting he might be retiring soon. In response to a question about his impending retirement, the 58-year-old stated that they misunderstood each other.
“There's a lot of room for improvement,” Deadline reported the actor as he laughed when asked about his recent GQ interview in which he suggested he was in his career's "last semester or trimester."
That's not what I said, I'm simply stating that I'm over middle age and I want to be specific about how I spend my last days, however, they may be," he clarified further. During a profile in June, the Academy Award winner mentioned that he was contemplating his final chapter in Hollywood, but he was talking about imagining what it would be like.
Five-year plans have never appealed to me. I do whatever feels right on any given day. On the red carpet, he wore a lime green outfit and explained that he continues to implement that philosophy.
He has a lot of projects on the go at the moment, starting with the action/thriller drama Bullet Train, in which he plays Ladybug, an unlucky assassin intent on getting his job done without causing any trouble.
He has also been listed as being in pre-production on his IMDB page for a project with Jon Watts that is still untitled. Besides his screen work, Pitt is working as a producer on several projects that are either in pre-production, finished, or have already been announced.
Even if he keeps everyone on their toes in the last installment of his storied, 35-year film career, Ocean's Thirteen's star will be around for a while longer.
Pitt is even experimenting with his fashion choices these days. A video of the star's response to Variety's question about whether he knew why he wore a skirt to Bullet Train's Berlin premiere can be found here. Considering that we're all going to die, let's mess it up."There is no doubt that this is the mantra for the rest of 2022 and beyond!