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Adam Novosad
June 5, 2022, 3:50pm
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Brad Pitt Returns To Theaters As A Failed Killer In The Action-Packed Film Bullet Train

The new film with Brad Pitt will hit theaters in early August.

Adam Novosad
June 5, 2022, 3:50pm
Reading time: 1:13
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Brad Pitt returns to the silver screen in the anticipated Bullet Train action thriller, which has just received its first TV spot. The actor will play the main character in this film directed by David Leitch, who also stood behind Deadpool 2, for example, and it will hit cinemas in early August, writes Coming Soon.

 

The plot of the film is set in the fastest train in the world, rolling at high speed across today's Japan. But Brad Pitt, aka the assassin Ladybug, is not the only one on board the train. He is kept company by a whole group of assassins with interconnected but different tasks, which each of them wants to complete.

 

 

Based on the film's description, the Ladybug killer is on a mission that was supposed to be the easiest task in a long time, as he did not fulfill previous orders very well. The film is based on the book Maria Beetle by the Japanese writer Isak Kotar, who is best known for his works in the category of mysterious fiction.

According to the TV spot, Brad Pitt, in his role as an assassin on the train, will have to come up with a number of clever ways, creative weapons and attacks to stop his killer competitors. "The end of the train track is just the beginning of a continuous wild and exciting ride across modern Japan," writes the film's distributor.

Not only Pitt himself, but also a group of stars led by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King, Andrew Koji or Sandra Bullock will take care of our entertainment. The famous Latino performer Bad Bunny will also appear in the film.

 

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