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After 35 Years Brad Pitt Is On The “Last Leg” Of His Career

After entertaining audiences for more than three decades with classic films and on-screen performances, Brad Pitt has started talking about retirement.

58-year-old actor Brad Pitt has been associated with the film industry since 1987. After 35 years of illustrious career, now he is in the mood to bid goodbye to the film industry.

In his acting career, Brad has done exceptional films like The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008), Moneyball (2011) and Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2005).

Reasons for retirement

We all know that Covid-19 has affected the lives of many people all over the world. Some of which have a positive effect and many have a negative one. Hollywood’s legendary star Brad Pitt was not averse to this.

He revealed that the last two years have had a huge impact on his mindset, and the COVID-19 lockdown has changed his outlook on living. He continued, “I am one of those creatures who speak through art. I have always wanted to create. If I am not creating, I am somehow dying.”

Brad Pitt has hinted at retirement, revealing that he considers himself to be in the final stages of his acting career.

Reaction to Brad’s retirement

Quentin Tarantino, director of the movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” starring Brad Pitt, said that “if Pitt’s career is truly in its final stages, the Hollywood film industry would be losing ‘one of the last remaining big-screen movie stars’.

Brad Pitt is an Oscar winning actor. Praising which Tarantino said, “It’s a different breed of man. And frankly, I don’t think you can really describe it because it’s like describing star brightness.”

Brad Pitt won an Oscar in the year 2020 for his performance for his film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Brad Pitt’s Upcoming Projects

But fans need not despair as there is still a lot of Brad Pitt yet to come on the silver screen. He is currently starring in two films. David Leach’s Bullet Train and Damien Chazelle’s Babylon where he stars alongside Margot Robbie.

Both these films are going to release this year. Bullet Train will hit the theaters on August 5, while Babylon will hit the screens on December 25.

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