Brad Pitt’s career is ready to return in the odor of an Oscar in the coming months with the highly anticipated Babylon by Damien Chazelle, but what happened to the star in the last period?
After the Oscar won with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino, in fact, Brad Pitt has made the most headlines through the gossip pages than those of film critics: in recent weeks, for example, the tone towards it has rekindled of ex-wife Angelina Joliewith which the actor of Bullet train sued over shares in Château Miraval, the co-owned winery located in the village of Correns in the south of France, suing it for breach of contract, bad faith agreement and interference in contractual and commercial relationships after she allegedly tried to deliberately harming society by selling one’s half to a Russian businessman defined by lawsuit one”foreigner with a bad reputation“.
Recently Brad Pitt has also returned to talk about his disease, prosopagnosia, a condition with which he has been living for some time which unfortunately it prevents him from recognizing people’s facescausing him many problems in private and fueling them persistent rumors about a possible retirement from the scene: Brad Pitt himself tackled the subject with an open heart, candidly admitting that he had arrived at the ‘final stage of his career‘, in which the next roles will have to choose them very carefully.
The actor, we remember, will co-star in Babylon and of the new film by Joseph Kosinski, director of Top Gun: Maverick, focused on the world of Formula 1. Brad Pitt is also featured among the producers of the highly anticipated Blonde by Andrew Dominikwhich premieres today in Venice before debuting on Netflix on September 28, and is currently working on a new thriller starring George Clooney, to be directed by Jon Watts.