Posted February 24, 2018 05:15:52In a recent interview with the Entertainment Weekly, director Brad Pitt discussed the evolution of his own career.
In it, he also shared that he was never a fan of the reboot genre, so he opted to steer clear of it when it came to his films.
He said he’d prefer to see a reboot in a “classic, original, and grounded” way, but when asked about the recent spate of movies that have been rebooted with a new twist, he said he couldn’t think of anything better than the reboot of his 2008 film, The Wolverine.
“I’m a big fan of a film that has a fresh take on its story and takes that story and tries to make it something that’s really original and original,” Pitt said.
“And I think that that’s what a lot of the other new movies that are coming out are doing, and that’s the one I love.
It has something fresh in it.
It doesn’t look like the stuff we had before.”
When it came time to decide on a reboot, Pitt said he looked at a number of films and found that they all had a lot in common, including their genre.
But, he admitted, he’s not necessarily a fan.
“There’s not a lot that’s original,” he said.
He continued, “I just thought that there were so many of these movies, you know, with a lot going on, I don’t know how to pick one or two, because there’s so many things that you’re going to see in these movies that we haven’t seen before, so that’s where I looked.
And the way it came out, the way I think the world is now, it’s really exciting, it really is, it is different.
I loved that movie, but I think it’s so much more original.””
It was a lot different.
I loved that movie, but I think it’s so much more original.”
In addition to The Wolverine, Pitt starred in 2013’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens and 2016’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.
He recently directed the upcoming Deadpool 2, starring Ryan Reynolds.