Brad Pitt reflected on his illustrious career in Hollywood and declared that his days in film are numbered.
The actor, 58, who is one of the most recognized and successful protagonists in his industry, with more than three decades in the cinema.
However, the Oscar winner, who starred in blockbusters like Ocean Eleven, Mr and Mrs Smith and Once upon a time in Hollywoodsaid, “I consider myself in my last stage, this last semester or quarter.”
He then questioned what his remaining days in the film would be like, adding to British GQ: “What is this section going to be? And how do I want to design it?”
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In recent times, the father of six has starred in fewer movies to focus on his role as a movie producer.
Later this year, his production company, Plan B Entertainment, will release women talking — an adaptation of Miriam Toews’ bestselling novel about a group of Mennonite women who band together against their rapists.
The actor also gave a rare look at his off-screen life, revealing that he’s on a mission to improve his health, which includes giving up smoking during the pandemic.
Speaking about the decision, he said: “I don’t have that ability to just do one or two a day.
“It’s not in my makeup. I’m in. And I’m going to get on the floor. I lost my privileges.”
Currently, the star is going through a custody battle for his children with his wife, actress Angelina Jolie. After filing for divorce from 47-year-old man maleficent star in 2016, he chose to stay sober and spent a year and a half attending Alcoholics Anonymous.
Also talking about his journey to sobriety, he told GQ: “I had a really nice group of men here who were really private and selective, so it was safe because I had seen other people’s stuff, like Philip Seymour Hoffman, who had been recorded while they were spilling their guts, and that’s just atrocious to me.”
He also said he believes that turmoil and sadness are an inevitable part of growing up. “I think all of our hearts are broken,” he said. “I’ve always felt very alone in my life, alone growing up as a child, alone even here, and it wasn’t until recently that I got a bigger hug from my friends and family.
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“What’s that line, it was Rilke or Einstein, believe it or not, but it was something about when you can walk with the paradox, when you carry real pain and real joy simultaneously, that’s maturity, that’s growth.”
It was revealed on Wednesday that Jolie has returned to the director’s chair for her latest film. No blood.
The actor, who is behind the camera for the first time in five years, was photographed in Rome’s guiding star, Salma Hayek, on set near the iconic Colosseum.
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