Brad Pitt has been professionally acting since the late ’80s; his first big break was in 1991’s Thelma & Louise alongside Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon. For the next 30 years, he has amassed over 80 acting credits, but that doesn’t mean he has had a positive experience with everyone he’s ever worked with.
But Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who stars as assassin Tangerine alongside Pitt (Ladybug) in the newly released Bullet Train, says that he had a positive experience working alongside the veteran actor.
“He just wants to bring light and joy into the world and be around people who are there to have a good time,” Aaron said about Brad during the Locarno Film Festival, per Variety. “You work with many actors and after a while, you start making notes: ‘I am definitely not working with this person ever again.’ Brad has this list too: the ‘good’ list and the s–t list.”
While Aaron isn’t naming names, the sentiment certainly isn’t enough to make Brad, 58, retire from acting, despite a recent interview with GQ Magazine where he said he considers himself to be on the “last leg” of his career.
As we earlier reported, Pitt shut down the retirement rumors. “I’m so sorry I said that,” he said. “I just see it as like, there’s child to young adult, there’s young adult to middle-age. And then, you get over that hump of middle-age, and it’s kinda downhill from there. And I was just saying I’m over that hump.”
Watch the trailer for Bullet Train, out now, below: