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‘The Great Pottery Throw Down’: Brad Pitt’s love for the British reality show is the perfect Friday feel good video

Pitt and co-star Brian Tyree Henry shared a love for the British reality competition show “Bullet Train”. There will be a remake of that famous scene in “Ghost” by Brad Pitt. While talking with JOE.ie, the “Bullet Train” star confessed his love for the British reality show “The Great Pottery Throw Down”. It soon turned into a lovefest for British television, with co-stars Brian Tyree Henry and Aaron Taylor-Johnson taking part.

According to Taylor-Johnson, Pitt’s “Fight Club” is one of their favorite escapist films, while Pitt mentioned Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” as one of his favorites. Henry added that one of his favorite shows is “The Great British Baking Show.”

“Atlanta” star joked that when those soufflés explode, some stuff goes down,” he said. He replied, “Well, if we’re going that route, I’m taking part in ‘The Great Pottery Throw Down,'” with a surprised Henry asking, “Brad!” Why have we never discussed this before?”. As Henry said, Pitt has seen every season, agreeing that Keith Brymer Jones, “Throw Down” judge, cries almost every time.

According to a synopsis released by the film’s producers, “The Great Pottery Throw Down” will reportedly present 10 potters from across the country who will travel to Stoke-on-Trent, the home of pottery, in their quest to become the best potter.

Retweeting the “Bullet Train” interview, the show’s official page wrote, “The first rule of pottery club is to talk about pottery.” Nodding to “Fight Club,” it added, “Everyone must talk about pottery.” In the caption, it is stated that “We are so happy to learn that Brad Pitt and Brian Tyree Henry share the same love of crying over bowls as we do!”

David Leitch directs the action-comedy “Bullet Train,” which opens in theaters on August 5. In the assassin shooter, Pitt is reported to have performed his stunts. The film was originally a “dark, R-rated, vicious action piece,” according to Taylor-Johnson. Despite this, “Bullet Train” was a dark comedy due to its cast chemistry and joking nature. According to Leitch, Brad’s top priority was making a movie that’s entertaining and escapist, fresh and original, that’ll make people want to see it again.


Source: indiewire

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