The Oscar-winning actor in 2020 for his role in Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood confides to the American press that he is nearing the end of his career.
After almost forty years of career, Brad Pitt, 58, is thinking of retiring. The Oscar-winning actor in 2020 for his role in Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino recently mentioned in QG the near end of his career:
“I consider myself on the declining slope,” he explained to the review. “This last part of my life, what am I going to do with it? What am I going to do?” he wonders.
In 2019, the actor had already entrusted to the New York Times wanting to reduce his screen appearances: “I have other things to do now. When you feel like you’ve mastered something, it means it’s time to go on another adventure.”
Brad Pitt will soon star in Bullet Train (August 3) and babylon (early 2023), the new film by Damien Chazelle (La La Land). A very prolific producer, he also oversaw the long-awaited biopic Blonde hairon Marilyn Monroe.
For a few months, the stars have multiplied similar announcements. Sandra Bullock thus announced to the HollywoodReporter wanting to take a break: “I am so exhausted that I am no longer able to make healthy and intelligent decisions.”
Jim Carrey also bids farewell to the cinema: “I’m pretty serious,” he said on the show Access Hollywooddeclaring himself ready to return on condition that “the angels [lui] bring a scenario written with golden ink, likely to mark the public for sure.”