During the premiere of the upcoming “Bullet Train,” Deadline caught up with Brad Pitt to correct the account of the actor’s previous comments. When the outlet mentioned Pitt’s possible retirement, the actor immediately laughed to himself. He seemed aware of how the interview came about, explaining that his comments didn’t come across exactly as he intended . “I really need to work on my phrasing,” joked Pitt.
“I was just saying,” Pitt continued, “I’m past middle age and I want to be specific about how I’m going to spend these last things, whatever they may be.” […] I’ve never been a five year plan guy. I’m just what feels right for the day. I still work that way.”
When asked if he had any exciting projects on the horizon, the actor made it clear he wasn’t looking too far ahead. He explained that he chooses projects the way he’s always done – whatever’s right for him at the time. The only difference now is that he wants to think about the legacy he’s leaving behind. All of this is good news for Pitt fans, and judging by his filmography to date, there’s not much to worry about. In recent years, the acclaimed actor has made intriguing decisions and already has plans: Following the success of the “Ocean’s” franchise, Deadline reported that Pitt will once again be collaborating with former co-star George Clooney on an untitled project. The film is intended to be a thriller, is for Apple Studios and will be directed by Jon Watts. Apparently the end is not near for Pitt (yet).