Co-Star Says Brad Pitt Has A List of People He Won’t Work With

Pitt knows that life is too short to work with people you don’t like.

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Aaron Taylor-Johnson insisted Bullet Train co-star Brad Pitt is a “humble and gracious” person.

That is provided, of course, you stay on Pitt’s good side.

“He is in a new chapter of his life, I think,” Taylor-Johnson said told reporters at the Swiss fest press conference. “He just wants to bring light and joy into the world and be around people who are there to have a good time.”

Then Taylor-Johnson dropped a truth that many of us might not realize. And that is the fact that actors are much like the rest of us — in that they don’t necessarily like everyone they work with.

Such is also the case with Pitt, it seems.

” You work with many actors and after a while you start making notes: ‘I am definitely not working with this person ever again,'” Taylor-Johnson said.

“Brad has this list too — the ‘good’ list and the shit list.”

Taylor-Johnson portrays Tangerine to Pitt’s Ladybug on Bullet Train, with the action comedy flick having been released in theaters earlier this month.

Pitt’s Ladybug character is the center of the movie, an assassin who is dealing with countless enemies on a Japanese Bullet Train.

What list will Taylor-Johnson be on?

It’s been a breakout role of sorts for Taylor-Johnson.

“Sometimes, people ask me what I do. I say: ‘I am a dad and I do acting on the side, part time,” he told the crowd gathered at Piazza Grande before the screening.

“Recently though, I have been feeling a subtle shift. I’ve tried to grow into those shoes where I am proud to celebrate the actor in me. I had to reflect on what brought me to this moment and I would be kidding myself if I thought it was just my own genius. That would be nice, but it’s not the truth. It’s a team effort.”

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