Bad Bunny and Brad Pitt joined the cast of "Bullet train", a movie that will premiere in July. Photo: Bullet Train movie - Official website.
Bad Bunny and Brad Pitt joined the cast of 'Bullet Train,' which is set to premiere in July. Photo: 'Bullet Train' - Official website.

Brad Pitt and Bad Bunny are ready to 'kill'

The trailer of the movie 'Bullet Train' has been released, and it shows actor Brad Pitt and Bad Bunny involved in a story of hitmen.


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Bullet Train is a Sony Pictures production and based on the bestselling novel Maria Beetle, written by the Japanese author Kotaro Isaka.

The film tells the story of five assassins who are riding the same high-speed train, traveling from the Japanese city of Morika to the capital Tokyo. All men pursue the same goal: a briefcase, and to get it, they are willing to do anything, including killing and fighting to survive.

This can be seen in the trailer that premiered this week and in which action-packed scenes and fights can be seen taking place in train cars.

Sony Pictures has not revealed the characters each actor in the cast will play, but the trailed revealed Pitt's role.

“Every job I do, someone dies. I'm not that guy anymore," said the American actor while a Spanish version of the BeeGees' song "Stayin Alive" plays.

Press reports indicate Pitt will be Ladybug, a murderer who will face other men with similar backgrounds: Prince (Joey King), Tangerine (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Lemon (Brian Tyree Henry), Hornet (Zazie Beetz), and Kimura (Andrew Koji).

Sandra Bullock has joined the cast too. She relieved Lady Gaga, who was unable to join the project alleging setbacks in her schedule due to the shooting of House of Gucci. Besides Bullock is Bad Bunny. This is not the first time that the four-time Latin Grammy winner appears in a film production. He has done it before in the third season of the television series Narcos, and in the movie American Sole.

Bullet Train is directed by David Leitch, who previously directed famous productions such as Atomica, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, among others.

The film is produced by Columbia Pictures, 87 North Productions and Fuqua Films. Its filming began in early 2020, but had to be suspended due to the pandemic.

Its premiere in theaters is scheduled for July 15 in the United States and July 22 in Spain.


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