Brad Pitt took up an extraordinarily offbeat pandemic hobby. But it wasn’t the sour start, Dalgona coffee or tie-dye while the world slowed down around it—it was pottery-making.
The 58-year-old actor spoke to ET’s Nichelle Turner about his newly acquired skills with a self-deprecating laugh at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film, bullet trainMonday night.
“It was lockdown, you know,” he says. “We were all like, ‘What do we do with ourselves? What do we do with our hands? What do we do with our lives?’ And I just picked up some arts and crafts.”
pit and bullet train Co-star Brian Tyree Henry recently made headlines over their shared love great pottery throw downPitt admits that he has “watched every season” and agrees with Henry that it is “so beautiful” when show judge Keith Bramer Jones cries during almost every episode.
No word on whether Pitt plans to open an Etsy shop anytime soon — though his newly purchased cliffside home would like Create a perfect place to relax while throwing mud — but he’ll be back on the big screen when bullet train Hits theaters on August 5. His performance marks new territory for the famed actor, as it is an action comedy heavily inspired by the iconic Jackie Chan—who was a great influence on both Pitt and director David Leach.
“We always talk about Jackie Chan, how much we love Jackie Chan,” Pitt said, “he’s like our Charlie Chaplin, he’s just so underrated. And it’s so much amazing stuff that He pulled in. So to do something in that vein, with a bit of quirky comedy, I’ve never done it before!”
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