Brad Pitt said in a new interview that he has trouble recalling people’s faces. The actor is now anticipating the release of his flick Bullet Train.
The release of Brad Pitt’s flick Bullet Train is presently scheduled. The actor admitted in a new interview that he has trouble recalling people’s faces. He says he has prosopagnosia, a rare “facial blindness” illness, but “no one believes him.” Also Read: Brad Pitt is considering retiring and claims to be in the final semester or trimester’ of his acting career.
According to source, Brad, who has not been professionally diagnosed, is concerned about seeming “distant… aloof, unreachable [and] self-absorbed” while struggling to remember faces. In his August 2022 GQ cover story, the 58-year-old Oscar winner stated that he wished to “meet another individual” who also had the illness. He originally mentioned his suspicions of having prosopagnosia in 2013.
“Many people despise me because they believe I am insulting them. Every now and again, someone will provide perspective for me, and I will thank them “He told Esquire about it. Although he attempted ‘copping’ to his problems at one time, he claims he simply ‘irritated[ed] more individuals.’ Brad explained, “You receive this message that says, ‘You’re being egocentric.’ You’re being arrogant. I can’t draw a face and yet I’m interested in design and aesthetics. I’m going to get it tested. That is why I remain at home.”
Bullet Train, Brad’s flick, will be released on August 5. On March 2, the first official Bullet Train trailer was published, introducing the major characters and environment. Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martnez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock also appear in the film.
He also produced the forthcoming Netflix film Blonde, a dramatised account of actress Marilyn Monroe’s life. Ana de Armas stars in the film. The film stars Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, and Julianne Nicholson and is set to be released on Netflix on September 23.