Bullet Train, Sony Pictures’ upcoming blockbuster, was released today, officially concluding the summer blockbuster season. Brad Pitt leads an ensemble cast under director David Leitch, and it is shaping up to be a really interesting time. It seems like the project won’t do as well as it could have. Critics are pretty mixed on it.
Many of Leitch’s previous collaborators, including Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and even Channing Tatum, appear in Bullet Train. In order to be a part of the film, Reynolds had a very specific request. A new Entertainment Weekly interview reveals Reynolds wanted his Deadpool 2 cameo to be as long as Pitt’s.
The experience of working with a comedic genius like him in Bullet Train was great. ‘Favor. Here’s the deal.'” Leitch revealed Reynolds’ first condition. According to him, “as long as it’s the same length as Brad’s cameo in The Vanisher.”
Bullet Train looks like one of Sony’s funniest films of the year, but Pitt’s hair looks better than anything else in it. According to Brian Tyree Henry, one of the actor’s costars, he would get lost looking at the actor’s hair. An interview he conducted recently revealed that it was a major distraction.
I’m going to tell you something really annoying, it’s Brad Pitt’s hair, It’s really, really annoying,” Henry revealed. “In the very last part of the movie where Aaron’s character smashes through the window, we’re supposed to be going 200 something miles per hour, and there’s this wind fan that’s just perfect for Brad Pitt and I would literally forget some of my cues because I’m lost in this wheat blond, beautiful hair”
Brad Pitt’s hair is distracting like he knows exactly when to whip it, which made me want to punch him in the face more, so know that Brad Pitt’s hair is another character in the movie, but it’s precious.”
It features five assassins who find themselves on a bullet train traveling between Tokyo and Morioka with only a few stops in between. They realize their missions are interconnected.
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The film’s ensemble cast also includes Joey King (The Princess, The Kissing Booth), Andrew Koji (Snake Eyes, Warrior), Hiroyuki Sanada (The Wolverine, Mortal Kombat), Michael Shannon (Man of Steel, Knives Out), and Benito A Martnez Ocasio musician Bad Bunny. Among them are Logan Lerman (Fury, Percy Jackson & the Olympians), Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2 and John Wick’s David Leitch directed the film from a screenplay by Zak Olkewicz.
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