The Brad Pitt original action movie, Bullet Train, is moving from July 29 to Aug. 5.
Why the move? We hear Sony is positioning Bullet Train as the last big event film of the summer in that first August weekend slot.
“It’s just a big summer popcorn movie that doesn’t take itself too seriously,” David Leitch tells EW of his forthcoming killers-on-a-train action film.
David Leitch, the stuntman-turned-director behind Atomic Blonde and Hobbs & Shaw, is fresh off an appearance at CinemaCon and he can’t contain his elation. You can practically hear the grin that pricks up on his face as he speaks over the phone a day after showcasing his latest action epic Bullet Train at the Las Vegas convention for theater owners.
Brad Pitt is having a blast on the big screen right now. After winning an Oscar for his role in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, the mega-star actor is now cutting loose in blockbuster territory. From Wednesday, you can see his small but hilarious role in action-adventure rom-com The Lost City – and after that, he’s all aboard David Leitch’s Bullet Train. The latest film from the co-director of John Wick (and also behind Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw) is an all-guns-blazing summer movie about a Japanese bullet train full of assassins. At the centre is Pitt’s Ladybug – but for all the A-lister’s undeniable, unassailable cool, this isn’t the sort of calm and collected character you might be imagining.
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In an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe, the reggaeton hitmaker talked about co-starring with Brad Pitt in the upcoming assassin action-thriller “Bullet Train”.
As it turns out, some of the action with Pitt didn’t go quite as planned, as Bad Bunny revealed, “I f**ed up his face” during their fight scene.
He also said that shooting the scene took “a lot of effort,” and included a whole week of training to get the choreography down.
“But it is something that I love. I love to put something new to do,” the artist said.
“You know me. I’m a fighter. I’m a wrestler… [it was an] amazing experience,” he added. “Yo. Increíble. I was very excited. Mocionado. Proud because the experience was so good. The movie’s amazing. Brad Pitt is a[n] amazing guy. He was always so respectful and nice with me.”