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Brad Pitt has “shit list” of actors he’d never work with, says Aaron Taylor-Johnson
Brad Pitt has a “shit list” of actors he’d never work with, according to his Bullet Train co-star Aaron Taylor-Johnson.In a recent interview with Variety, Taylor-Johnson spoke about his experience of working with Pitt, describing him as a “humble and gracious human being”.“He just wants to bring light and joy into the world and be around people who are there to have a good time,” Taylor-Johnson explained.“You work with many actors and after a while, you start making notes, ‘I am definitely not working with this person ever again.’ Brad has this list too: the good list and the shit list.”One actor who clearly resides on Pitt’s “good list” is Sandra Bullock, who also features in the recently released action-thriller Bullet Train.Pitt had previously told The Daily Mail: “Sandy is an old friend. She’s a diehard person I could call for favours over the years and I have done many times, and she’s always there.“Her timing was great, she was a great person to have in my ear in a situation like that, which is actually kind of intimate.”Bullet Train marks the pair’s second collaboration this year, with Pitt previously appearing in Bullock’s action-adventure movie The Lost City, which also starred Channing Tatum and Daniel Radcliffe.In June, Pitt suggested that he was on the “last leg” of his acting career, with his eye now turning to roles behind the camera.“I consider myself on my last leg,” He told GQ.
Brad Pitt has a ‘secret list’ of actors he’ll never work with again and we really need to know who’s on it
Brad Pitt apparently has a list of actors he will never work with again, according to his Bullet Train co-star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and we’ve never been so desperate to see something ourselves.The 58-year-old Oscar winner, who has worked with a string of A-List stars over his decades-long career, apparently keeps notes on those he’s not keen on, as well as the ones he loves.‘He just wants to bring light and joy into the world and be around people who are there to have a good time,’ said 32-year-old Aaron, who joined the cast of the star-studded action flick as assassin Tangerine.‘You work with many actors and after a while you start making notes [like] “I am definitely not working with this person ever again.”‘Brad has this list too: the ‘good’ list and the s*** list,’ he added to Variety.Over his illustrious career, Brad has starred alongside the best and biggest in Hollywood.Famous faces who could possibly be on Brad’s hit list include Cate Blanchett in Babel, Lupita Nyong’o in 12 Years A Slave, Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Tilda Swinton in Benjamin Button and, most famously, his estranged ex-wife Angelina Jolie.Alas, we feel that we’re never actually going to find out for sure.One star who remains on his ‘good list’, though, is Sandra Bullock, 58.The father-of-six made an appearance in her latest film The Lost City and she returned the favour by starring in Bullet Train.Brad also said that he hopes his ‘old friend’ will collaborate with him again in the future.‘Sandy is an old friend,’ he told Brazilian presenter Hugo Gloss recently.
Brad Pitt opens up about loving life as he has an emotional look back at his career
Brad Pitt is living his best life! Though the actor has had many wins and accomplishments throughout his multi-decade acting career, he maintains that nothing compares to his life now, despite the unexpected changes ahead.MORE: Brad Pitt grows emotional as he discusses his daughter's upcoming move away from homeAs the star tours the world promoting his latest action film, Bullet Train, starring Bad Bunny, Joey King and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, he has had an emotional look back at his life and career, and the choices he has made along the way.While he still may be struggling with a property battle with ex-wife Angelina Jolie, and the two are facing a bittersweet goodbye as their daughter, Zahara, goes off to college, Brad insists that life right now is better than ever.WATCH: Talking exclusively with HELLO! at the red carpet premiere of Bullet Train, Brad let slip his secret with Sandra BullockMORE: Brad Pitt admits he cries at The Great Pottery ThrowdownDuring an interview with Good Morning America which aired on 4 August, the Oscar winning actor made the heartfelt confession that: "I am really content with my choices."He further explained: "I really enjoy what I do," before endearingly admitting: "I'm just enjoying it more than I ever have."Bullet Train is only the second movie he has acted in since the pandemic – he most recently also starred in The Lost City alongside Sandra Bullock – and as he makes a return to set, he revealed he can't help but feel emotional about what a privilege it is to be able to keep working after so many years.
‘Bullet Train’ Review: Brad Pitt Stars In Action Flick That Tries Too Hard To Stay On Track
Right from the start, you know exactly what you are in for with Bullet Train, a non-stop mix of violence, comedy, and more violence, Japanese-style, as filtered through the lens of director David Leitch, a stuntman turned filmmaker whose past credits of Atomic Blonde, Fast & Furious: Hobbs And Shaw, and Deadpool 2 pretty much prepare you for what to expect here. However, even though this was mostly shot on the Sony Pictures lot in Culver City, with some killer production design and a cool train courtesy of David Scheunemann, it undoubtedly feels we are in Tokyo where I am sure the Sony bosses were delighted with the dailies as they came in. Unfortunately, from my vantage point this just seems like a lark for star Brad Pitt, coming off an Oscar for the far superior Quentin Tarantino masterpiece, also from Sony, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and the underrated Ad Astra, both pre-pandemic in 2019. His most notable appearance since has been in a comedic supporting role in The Lost City with Sandra Bullock who returns the favor here in a mostly voiceover role as his “handler,” therapist, self help guide, guru – whatever you want to call her – who is constantly guiding him through the messes he gets himself into.
Scarlett Johansson and Sienna Miller star in upcoming Kristin Scott Thomas movie 'My Mother's Wedding'
"Black Widow" star Scarlett Johansson and "The Lost City of Z" actress Sienna Miller are playing sisters in the upcoming movie "My Mother's Wedding." The movie is directed by Kristin Scott Thomas, who is making her directorial debut with the film.  The drama is about three sisters who return to their childhood home for the third wedding of their twice-widowed mother, Diana.The sisters are very different from each other with Georgina as a nurse, Victoria as a Hollywood star and Katherine as a captain in the Royal Navy. The movie also stars Emily Beecham, who plays one of the sisters and Scott Thomas herself who plays their mother Diana.This is the third time that she has played Johansson's mother in a movie.The first time was in "The Horse Whisperer" and the second was in "The Other Boleyn Girl." "Directing and acting with such talented actresses and reuniting with Scarlett Johansson has been exhilarating," Scott Thomas said in a statement.  Kristin Scott Thomas makes her directorial debut with "My Mother's Wedding." (Alberto Pezzali/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Although this is Scott Thomas' directorial debut, she is an Oscar nominated actress and has been in movies like "The English Patient," "Four Weddings and a Funeral," "Gosford Park" and "Darkest Hour." Scott Thomas also was a co-writer of this film with John Micklethwait.  "I have wanted to direct for a long time and it was thrilling to create this fictional family using my own childhood memories as a springboard," Scott Thomas said.
‘I’m so tired’ Sandra Bullock, 57, announces break from acting due to feeling ‘burnt out’
Hollywood actress Sandra Bullock has confirmed she plans to step away from acting due to feeling “burnt out”.The Lost City star has admitted she feels “so tired” and intends to step away from the spotlight in the near future.Sandra, 57, described how she was looking forward to lightening the workload of her hectic acting career when she first voiced that she was planning to take a step back from acting in March. The Miss Congeniality star explained: “I don't want to be beholden to anyone's schedule other than my own.“I'm so burnt out,” the actress continued. “I'm so tired, and I'm so not capable of making healthy, smart decisions and I know it.”Sandra was sure to emphasise how grateful she was for her successful career.However, she also pointed out that her days in the limelight hadn’t come without sacrifice, as she admitted her personal life could be jeopardised if she continued to work at full capacity.Opening up about a previous conversation she had with herself about trying to find success, Sandra admitted she needed to stop viewing work as a means of “validation”.She explained: “I said to myself, 'Stop looking for it here because it doesn't exist here. “‘You already have it; establish it, find it and be OK not having work to validate you,’” she told The Hollywood Reporter.Despite her planned hiatus, Sandra has been prevalent on our screens in recent years.This year, she appeared in the action-packed romantic comedy The Lost City opposite Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe and Magic Mike star Channing Tatum.Sandra previously appeared on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2, where she admitted working with Daniel was “not what she expected”.She told Zoe: “I don’t know why I am so slightly obsessed with Daniel.
Channing Tatum and ex Jenna Dewan STILL struggling to settle dispute over Mike Magic profits
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan might have been declared legally single in 2019, but they're still struggling to settle the dispute over profits of the Magic Mike franchise in their divorce.Last Thursday, a judge agreed to allow the former couple's lawyers to have four more months to figure out how to split assets before the next court hearing scheduled for September 22 - according to Radar Online.It's been over a year since the 41-year-old actress requested a trial over Magic Mike considering she introduced the 42-year-old actor to her old friend Alison Faulk, who choreographed the three movies as well as Magic Mike Live. Butting heads: Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan might have been declared legally single in 2019, but they're still struggling to settle the dispute over profits of the Magic Mike franchise in their divorce (pictured in 2017)The first two films of the male stripper extravaganza grossed nearly $300M and spawned an HBO Max reality show Finding Magic Mike and the Las Vegas stage show/US tour has expanded to London, Berlin and Australia.Channing and Jenna first fell in love while playing love interests in Anne Fletcher's 2006 directorial debut Step Up, which amassed $114.2M at the global box office despite dismal reviews.