Brad Pitt wore skirt to ‘Bullet Train’ showing because ‘we’re all going to die so let’s mess it up’

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Brad Pitt said he wore a skirt to a ‘Bullet Train’ screening because we’re all going to die.
The ‘Fight Club’ actor, 58, gave the explanation when asked why he wore the knee-length outfit to the Berlin showing of his latest film.
He told Variety on Monday night, while wearing an all-green combination, about his recent quirky sartorial choices: “I don’t know! We’re all going to die, so let’s mess it up.”
It comes after he told GQ earlier this year: “I consider myself on my last leg. This last semester or trimester.
“What is this section gonna be? And how do I wanna design that?”
Brad’s skirt was accompanied by a light brown cardigan and accessorised with a cluster of necklaces, along with sunglasses and black combat boots.
He’s also been seen laughing with his co-stars and jokingly high-kicking for cameras as he continues the promotional trail for the action film.
The Oscar winner stars as a hitman in the David Leitch–directed film, with the codename Ladybug.
His character is looking to go straight until he is lured back to retrieve a special briefcase aboard a high-speed train heading from Tokyo to Kyoto.
The movie also includes appearances by Joey King, Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Logan Lerman, Michael Shannon, Zazie Beetz and Bad Bunny.
Originally slated for an April 2022 release, it was pushed back to August 5 after a string of delays.
The film also features four other assassin characters who realise their jobs are intertwined and they are all going after a silver briefcase.
Brad’s cheery attitude comes despite him last month losing the latest round of legal battles with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie, 47, over the Château Miraval winery where they got married in 2014.
The pair took control of the renowned rosé company in 2008 but when mum-of-six Angelina sold her stake to liquor giant Stoli it set in motion a labyrinthine set of ownership and rights lawsuits in the US, France and Luxembourg between the former couple and various business partners.

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