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Now that he’s nearing the end of his career, Brad Pitt is considering retiring

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Now that he’s nearing the end of his career, Brad Pitt is considering retiring

In a recent interview, Brad Pitt, who has delivered numerous critically praised performances over his more than 30 years in Hollywood, stated that he intended to stop acting in motion pictures. The actor claimed he was at the “final leg” of his career and that the Covid-19 lockout had changed his outlook. Brad said he intended to “always make” art, in some capacity, though he did not specify when he plans to retire.

In an interview with GQ, Brad, who is now involved in a legal dispute with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie—he is suing her for selling her interest in the wine company they co-owned together since 2008—discussed his future ambitions. For his portrayal of Cliff Booth in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Brad earlier this month earned his first acting Oscar for best supporting actor. As a producer of the best picture winner, 12 Years a Slave, he previously received an Oscar in 2014.

“I think I’m on my final legs… this most recent trimester or semester. What will be covered in this section? How would I like to design that? I belong to the species that communicates through art. All I want to do is create. Brad declared, “If I’m not making, I’m dying in some way.

Brad continued by discussing life after the Covid-19 pandemic-induced lockdown. He mentioned accepting his “low-grade sadness” and being able to have “moments of delight.”

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“I believe that finding joy has come later in life… I seemed to be drifting along with the currents from one thing to the next. I believe I struggled with low-grade depression for a number of years, and it wasn’t until I accepted that and tried to embrace both the good and the bad in myself that I was able to experience those happy times, Brad said.

On August 5, Brad will debut his subsequent Bullet Train. On March 2, the first official Bullet Train trailer was published, introducing the key players and the scene.

 

 

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Despite declining ratings, Demon Slayer Season 4 stays in the top three.

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Despite declining ratings, Demon Slayer Season 4 stays in the top three.

The distance that grows between Tanjiro and his allies and Muzan Kibutsuji, their ultimate adversary, in each episode of Demon Slayer Season 4. On Sunday, June 9, Hashira Training Arc’s fifth episode aired. It featured the popular protagonist of the anime visiting Mitsuri Kanroji’s residence as the Love Hashiro’s abode became the next stop on Tanjiro’s tour to seek advice from the Corps’ most senior swordsmen.

Prior to meeting Wind Hashira Sanemi Shinzagawa, the same episode also took him to the doorstep of Serpent Hashira Obanai Iguro. The epic visual storytelling of Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5 was enhanced by Tanjiro’s intense training sessions with the greatest of the finest.

But the average viewership numbers for this show saw a sharp drop, coming in at 5.8% as opposed to 6.7% from the prior week. The popular TV show managed to maintain its position as one of the top three anime broadcasts of the week (June 3–9) despite declining viewership.

However, Demon Slayer was ultimately caught off guard by the negative effects of the declining numbers, as it dropped from the second position to the third in the Top 10 chart.

The Hashira Training Arc anime chapter achieved a top ranking in Netflix’s Global Top 10 TV (Non-English) category, similar to its status on the Japanese anime ratings. With 1.7 million views for the first week of June (June 3-9), Demon Slayer continued its four-week run on the chart, dominating its rivals at No. 4.

Detective Conan, One Piece, and That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 3 and My Hero Academia Season 7 were among the other shonen consistent titles on the chart that were steadfastly holding their positions on the week’s Top 10 list of anime.

With an average viewership of 5.6%, Detective Conan’s June 8 premiere outperformed the previous week’s ratings of 5.2%. Nevertheless, the venerable series maintains its fourth-place ranking each week. In a similar vein, Season 3 of That Time I Got Reincarnated managed to maintain its fifth place while experiencing a spike in ratings from 3.1% to 3.5%.

Conversely, the standings for Season 7 of My Hero Academia and One Piece both declined. But while the latter has maintained its steady viewership ratings of 2.5% over the last two weeks, the former saw a 0.1% increase in ratings and scored 2.8% with its June 9 broadcast.

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