The 57-year-old is reportedly trying to get back his Fight Club body that famously motivated millions to hit the gym in the late '90s
Brad Pitt is all set to make a memorable comeback to the silver screens with his upcoming action film, Bullet Train.
The 57-year-old is reportedly trying to step back into his Fight Club body that famously motivated millions to hit the gym and is still a popular subject among bodybuilding groups.
In this latest action film, Pitt will play a knife-wielding, frightening hitman called Ladybug.
An insider told Mirror Online: “Brad is in the process of retraining and rewiring his body for a stunt-filled action film, which he hasn’t had to do in years.”
“It’s risky due to his age now and also because he’ll try to do his own stunts. He’s learning to punch, kick and do knife fighting,” the source added.
"There’s a lot of hallway combat so it means tight spaces. It requires him to crank up his cardio, stretching, weight training and yoga to maximum capacities. He has to turn into a real athlete for this and it’s not just about how he looks.”
"It’s about endurance, agility and hitting his marks with absolute precision.” they added.
Directed by David Leitch and based on a novel Maria Beetle by Kōtarō Isaka, the film would feature five assassins who find themselves on a fast moving train.