The Oscar-winning actor posted some great news about his future and opened up about life after his divorce from Angelina Jolie in an honest interview.
Brad Pitt opened his life after his divorce from Angelina Jolie in an honest and raw new interview.
“I think all our hearts are broken,” Pitt said.
“I’ve always felt very lonely in my life, alone as a child, alone here, and I’ve really only recently had a bigger hug from my friends and family.”
Pitt, 58, also claimed to have found joy “later in life”.
“I’ve always moved with the currents, wandering in one way or another,” he told the publication.
“I think I spent years with low-grade depression, and only when I came to terms with it, trying to embrace all sides of myself – beauty and ugliness – did I manage to capture those moments of joy. ”
Oscar winner – who has acted in cult films, including Ocean’s Eleven, Fight Club, Inglourious Basterdsand more recently, Once upon a time in Hollywood – he also revealed the bombing news that his acting days were numbered.
“I consider myself on my hind legs,” he said. “This last semester or trimester. What will this section be? And how do I want to design it?
“I am one of those creatures who speak through art. I just want to always do it. If I don’t create, I die in some way. ”
In recent years, the actor has certainly spent more time behind the camera, and his production company Plan B Entertainment has released acclaimed films such as 12 years of slavery, moonlight, i Minari.
Pitt and Jolie, 47, broke off their 12-year relationship in 2016, sparking a years-long divorce battle that has yet to end. They were legally declared single in 2019.
The couple shares six children, three biological and three adopted.
Since the breakup, Pitt has made significant life changes, including sobriety.
“I had a really cool male group here that was really private and selective, so it was safe,” Pitt said. “I’ve seen other people’s stuff filmed while it was spilled, and it’s just awful for me.”
He made the decision to stop smoking cigarettes at the beginning of the pandemic.
“I don’t have the ability to work only one or two a day,” he told the publication. “It’s not in my makeup. I’m all in. And I will drive into the ground. I lost my privileges. ”
Pitt then appears Bullet Trainreleased on August 4, an action thriller that follows five assassins on a fast-moving train in Japan, revealing that their missions are intertwined.