It is Aaron Taylor-Johnson who confirms this: Brad Pitt would have a list of actors with whom he would be willing to work and another containing the names of those … with whom he would never work!
In theaters August 3, Bullet Train, directed by David Leitch, stars Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Joey King, Karen Fukuhara, Bad Bunny and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Action thriller based on the novel Maria Khocho by Japanese writer Kotaro Isaka, follows five assassins who meet on a high-speed train and soon discover that their missions are not connected.
During a promotional round at the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland, Variety asked Aaron Taylor-Johnson about his experience working with Brad Pitt. “I think he is in a new chapter of his life.– he said about the Hollywood legend.
He called him a “humble and caring” person and added:He just wants to bring light and joy to the world and be around people who are there to have a good time.“
But that’s not all: Aaron Taylor-Johnson also mentioned the lists his co-star kept of actors he’d like to play with… or not!
You work with a lot of actors and after a while you start taking notes: “I will definitely not work with this person again”. Brad also has this list: the “good” list and the “shame” list.
What are the names on this second list? We’ll probably never know. However, one thing is clear: Margot Robbie, Olivia Wilde, Tobey Maguire, Katherine Waterston or even George Clooney are not part of it!
Brad Pitt will definitely share the poster for Babylon 4, Damien Chazelle’s next film, a drama set in Hollywood during the advent of the Toques, which will be released on January 18, 2023. Then he finds George Clooney by his side. In Jon Watts’ untitled thriller for Apple TV+.
Former Kick-Ass star Aaron Taylor-Johnson is in the midst of filming Kraven the Hunter, Sony’s Spider-Man movie based on the Marvel Comics character Sergei Kravinoff. – Raven hunter -, A formidable enemy of Spider-Man.
In the meantime, Bullet Train is showing again and should be discovered at your favorite cinema.