Brad Pitt’s much-awaited release of the year ‘Bullet Train’ is already creating a lot of buzz around the world. Recognized as a fast-paced thriller, audiences across the globe are waiting to watch the film, and the promotions are in full swing.
According to a report in Pinkvilla, while promoting his upcoming action flick in Paris, the Oscar winner was seen going with the look in a stylish orange blazer and matching trousers. A rusty pink tee, orange colored sunglasses, a gold chain and white sneakers added to his personality as the charming actor was all smiles for the camera. Brad Pitt was accompanied by his co-stars Joy King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brian Tyree Henry for the photo-op.
On the other hand, Brad Pitt’s co-star The Kissing Booth fame actress Joy King was rocking an all-black getup with a leather jacket and similar pants. Her string top teamed with a gorgeous padlock chain made Joy all the more glamorous. Aaron Taylor in his dark blue suit contrasted with a black and white striped shirt and blue jeans with ‘Dashing’ written over it. Brian Tyree Henry wore a purple and blue checkered blazer with a shimmery chain and sad emoji gold ring. The film’s director David Leach and co-producer Kelly McCormick joined the cast as they posed for the paparazzi with the Eiffel Tower as their backdrop.
Based on the Japanese novel ‘Maria Beetle’ by Kotaro Isaka, the high-octane film will also star Sandra Bullock, Logan Lerman, Zazie Beats, Karen Fukohara in lead roles.
The film was also surrounded by controversy regarding the casting of several non-Asian actors, including Brad Pitt and Joy King, prompting accusations of whitewashing in Kotaro Isaka’s novel by his character being Japanese. David Inoue, executive director of the Japanese American Citizens League, stated that the American adaptation would have been appropriate if the setting was in the United States, the filmmakers decided to retain the Japanese setting of the novel while reinforcing Japanese characters in the film’s background. allegation of whitewashing.
The Bullet Train story follows five killers who find themselves on a speeding bullet train from Tokyo to Morioka with only a few stops in between. However, they discover that their mission has something in common. Directed by David Leach, the film will feature a star-studded cast along with Brad Pitt.
The film is scheduled to release on 05 August 2022.
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