Brad Pitt on How Pottery Became His Pandemic Hobby

Brad Pitt got a brilliantly bizarre pandemic side interest. Nonetheless, It wasn’t sourdough starters, dalgona coffee or sprinkle variety keeping him required while the world toned down around him – – it was pottery making.

The 58-year-old performer opened up to ET’s Nischelle Turner about his as of late acquired scope of capacities with an unassuming chuckle at the Los Angeles presentation of his new film, Bullet Train, on Monday night.

“It was lockdown, you know,” he says. “We were all like, ‘How might we oversee ourselves? How might we deal with our hands? How might we deal with our lives?’ And I just got a few articulations and claims to fame.”


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Pitt and Bullet Train co-star Brian Tyree Henry stood apart as genuinely newsworthy actually over a typical love of The Great Pottery Throw Down, with Pitt conceding that he’s “seen each season” and agreeing with Henry that it’s “so perfect” when the show’s designated power, Keith Brymer Jones, cries during basically every episode.

No word on whether Pitt expects to open an Etsy shop anytime sooner rather than later – – in spite of the way that his as of late purchased cliffside home would make an optimal spot to relax while throwing earth – – but he will be back on the big screen when Bullet Train hits theaters on Aug. 5. His show stamps another region for the adulated performer, as it’s an action spoof charged up vivaciously by the well known Jackie Chan – – who was an amazing effect on both Pitt and boss David Leitch.

“We by and large examine Jackie Chan, the sum we love Jackie Chan,” Pitt said, “He looks like our Charlie Chaplin, he’s just so misinterpreted. Additionally, it’s so astonishing the stuff that he’s pulled off. So to achieve something in that vein, with the farce blended into the fights, I’ve never done that!”