Some people want to work until the day they die, while others are eager to retire if they are able to. While talking to GQ, Brad Pitt seemed to suggest that his retirement from the screen is coming faster than we think.
Brad Pitt is featured in the August 2022 edition of GQ, and during an interview with Ottessa Moshfegh, the actor seemed contemplative of what lies ahead. He does not know what the future will bring, but he said he is in the final stages of his creative career.
I consider myself on my last leg, this last semester or trimester. What will be this section? And how will I design it?
That doesn’t mean Brad Pitt will officially retire from acting anytime soon, he still has more projects on the board, but this “last part” of his career may find the actor exploring new possibilities. Pitt has become a prolific producer through his production company over the past decade, so maybe we’ll see the actor work more behind the scenes.
Brad Pitt will next be seen in David Leitchs Ball train. The comedy-action thriller finds Pitt in the role of Ladybug, an unfortunate hitman who is determined to do his job peacefully after one too many concerts have gone off track. Fate may have other plans, however, as Ladybug’s latest mission brings him on a collision course with deadly opponents from all over the globe – all with connected, yet conflicting goals – on the world’s fastest train … and he must figure out how to get off . Pitt stars alongside Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Michael Shannon, Zazie Beetz, Sandra Bullock and more. The film is coming to cinemas August 5, 2022. Pitt also stars alongside Margot Robbie in Damien Chazelles Babylona period drama about the end of the silent film era.