One of Hollywood’s greatest living legends is undoubtedly Brad Pitt. The 58-year-old actor started his career with big films, which showcase his vast acting abilities and range, and now, as he prepares to release his latest film, Bullet Train, he has spoken to GQ about his possible retirement from the cameras.
Pitt’s long career includes films such as Ad Astra: To the Stars, World War Z, Hearts of Iron, Interview with a Vampire, Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood, Do You Know Joe Black?, Seven, The Seven Deadly Sins and many more, films that helped him win Oscar, BAFTA, Golden Globe and Actors Guild recognition; Additionally, in 2007, he won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor at the Venice International Film Festival for his work in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.
Now, in the long article by QG, Brad Pitt talks about his life, his work and the stage he reached after the complicated divorce from actress Angelina Jolie. With a few projects on the horizon, the actor admits he’s not sure what’s to come and sees the present as “the home stretch” for him professionally.
Pitt also confessed to having strange nightmares
Although he has yet to define his future, Pitt comments that his work has always been his form of escape, a release: “I am one of those creatures who speak through art. I just always want to do. If I don’t, I die somehow.” The actor also added that he had recurring dreams of being stabbed by a strange person in the dark.
“On the surface my dream interpretation is about fears, feeling insecure, all on its own, but underneath it all they seemed mostly to be about buried needs, those aspects of me that weren’t allowed to flourish in my childhood, like healthy anger, individuality, or especially a voice,” Pitt told GQ.