Brad Pitt says he wants to be ‘spliced into’ infamous 1970s film Last Tango in Paris

Brad Pitt has named the film he’d most like to have starred in and his decision has raised a few eyebrows.

The actor was being interviewed alongside Margot Robbie ahead of new Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a film which sees Leonardo DiCaprio’s fading actor Rick Dalton spliced into several classic films and television shows.

Heatworld’s Lucy Ford asked Pitt and Robbie which film they’d most like to be spliced into and, after a moment’s hesitation, Pitt opted for infamous 1972 drama Last Tango In Paris.

“I immediately went to Last Tango – what does that say about me?” he said.

When Robbie revealed she’s never seen or even heard of the film, he added: “Oh, my friend, we’ve got to catch you up on that. Brando. It’s gonna hurt. That one hurts.”

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Brad Pitt reveals his Snatch performance was based on a Father Ted character

When JOE sat down to chat to Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie about their roles in Quentin Tarantino’s epic Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood, we had to bring up two things.

One: When we previously chatted to Margot Robbie (for Suicide Squad, watch it here), and she revealed her love for the Irish accent.

Two: We had to mention the fact that Brad Pitt previously played a character called Rory (which this writer had to bring up, obviously) and rocked an Irish accent in The Devil’s Own.

Given the fact that Irish accents are well known for being the most difficult to get right for performers, we asked Pitt if he found it tough to nail?

“That was probably more extreme,” Pitt told us, “but there is a real music to Northern Ireland that I click into, that I kind of adored.”

Robbie agreed, saying:

“I think for me the most difficult ones, because I haven’t done either of them yet, would be Irish and South African, but I love both of them, I love accents, I love all of them.

“But those two sound very difficult to me. But [Brad] nailed that.”

Pitt then followed on, telling us, “And I’m told my ‘Pikey’ – do we still use that word? – accent was pretty good. Which is amazing, because I was going off a performance of a guest star on a Father Ted episode.”

Both JOE and Robbie were shocked by this revelation, at once asking, “Really?”

Pitt doubled down:

“Yes. And then a friend of mine, who said ‘I never can understand what they’re saying’. So somehow I ended up in the right spot on a Hail Mary.”

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Leonardo DiCaprio prefers pupusas over tacos

We don’t usually care or cover celebrity gossip, but that all changes when someone as prominent as Leonardo DiCaprio voices his opinion that he prefers pupusas over tacos.

“I’m a pupusa man myself,” he proclaimed during an interview on Univision in anticipation of his upcoming summer blockbuster directed by Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Then, to add salt to the wound, he adds, “[They’re] better than tacos.” He was next to Brad Pitt, who added, “I mean, there are competitions here about who has the best taco [in L.A.]” Tarantino responds to Brad’s comment and recommends, “Yuca’s,” an old L.A. Taco favorite and the first Mexican restaurant in L.A. to win a James Beard Award in the “America’s Classics” category in 1998.

We will take that as a compliment, Brad, for our tenth year doing that exact taco competition that you are referring to: Taco Madness. Thank you.

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BP Gallery Update


• x010 Empire (UK)
• x002 Ad Astra – Promo
• x005 Ad Astra – Stills
• x002 Television – July 16 – The Today Show
• x001 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Stills
• x002 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Promo
• x004 Magazines – Covers ’19

PS. Brad features the cover of the spanish Fotogramas, the german GQ, the japanese Screen and french Premiere magazine. If you have Brad material to share, new magazines scans etc. please email me :)

Brad Pitt’s Ad Astra, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker join 2019 Venice Film Festival lineup

The oldest film festival in the world is once again primed to launch budding Oscar contenders into the awards race.

The 2019 Venice Film Festival announced its full slate of official selections on Thursday morning, setting the pre-Oscar stage with new entries from respected directors such as James Gray (the long-gestating Brad Pitt sci-fi drama Ad Astra), Noah Baumbach (Scarlett Johansson‘s marital drama Marriage Story), Todd Phillips (the Joaquin Phoenix-led comic book adaptation Joker), Jackie helmer Pablo Larrain (Ema), and Steven Soderbergh (Panama Papers comedy The Laundromat, starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas) — all of which will compete for the Golden Lion, the festival’s top jury-awarded prize.

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