Brad Pitt seems to have a list of celebrities he never wants to work with again, revealed actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who stars alongside the Hollywood star in Bullet Train.
Oscar winner Brad Pitt (58), who’s worked with the biggest stars in the film city during his decades-long career, says the whole experience has left a bitter taste in his mouth. Brad Pitt has determined which personalities he sympathizes with and which ones he doesn’t like at all.
“He just wants to bring light and joy to the world and be with people who want to have fun,” said actor Aaron Taylon-Johnson, 32, who plays the role of assassin Tangerine in the action film Bullet Train.
“You work with a lot of actors and after a while you remember and say to yourself, ‘I’m definitely not going to work with this person again,'” Aaron added.
“Brad also has a list: the good and the bad,” he continued.
Throughout his illustrious career, Brad has played alongside Hollywood’s best and greatest actors.
The list of Hollywood stars Brad Pitt can’t stand includes actress Cate Blanchett, with whom Brad Pitt starred in the movie “Babel,” Lupita Nyong’o from the movie “12 Years A Slave,” Leonardo DiCaprio from “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood,” Tilda Swinton in “Benjamin Button” and probably his ex-wife Angelina Jolie.
One actress who’s on the list of stars she sympathizes with is Sandra Bullock, 58.
Brad Pitt starred in Bullock’s last film, The Lost City, and the actress was featured in Bullet Train. The actor expressed his desire to work with Sandra Bullock again.
“Sandra is an old friend. She’s someone I can count on, and I’ve been able to ask her for favors over the years, and she’s always been there for me,” Brad Pitt said in a recent interview.