Our very beloved Hollywood actor and film producer Brad Pitt is all set for his upcoming action thriller movie, Bullet Train. His upcoming project will be directed by director David Leitch who is best known for Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw. And this movie has been penned by Zak Olkewicz. The plot of this film is inspired by the Japanese novel, Maria Beetle, which is written by best-selling author Kotaro Isaka.
According to the report, the plot of the upcoming action thriller movie, Bullet Train will be focused on five assassins who try to find themselves on a fast-moving bullet train, from Tokyo to Morioka with a few stops in between till they reach their destination. All the five assassins suddenly discover that their missions are actually related to each other which means that there is some common agenda or link for their work. Now the interesting part of this movie is that ultimately who is the last survivor till the train reaches its final stop.
The project was originally developed by Antoine Fuqua and Kat Samick for Fuqua Films. They will also be served as producers along with Kelly McCormick and, David Leitch, who has also worked with American action thriller film Atomic Blonde in recent years.
In the meantime, Bullet Train is the only project that Brad Pitt has ever been able to confirm up till now, even if he has briefed himself about several other projects which have come his way. It would be Brad Pitt’s first film after his terrific performance in comedy-drama film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood directed by Quentin Tarantino for which he was received immense love, admiration and won an Academy Award For Best Supporting Actor. Apart from that, it was a great hit at the box-office.
Oscar-winning actor’s follow-up film has been expected to be a starring role in the Damian Chazelle movie Babylon, Paramount along with Emma Stone. However, production has been postponed to 2021, which offers Pitt the opening to book Bullet Train.
Besides this, there are reports which confirm that Bullet Train will start its production work at the end of this year. We last saw him in a psychological science-fiction drama movie Ad Astra in September 2019.