Brad Pitt hints at retirement: "I consider myself on my last leg"

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The actor claims he's in the final stage of his career.

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Brad Pitt has hinted at retiring, and revealed that he sees himself in the last stage in his career as an actor.

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Pitt started acting as a performer in 1987 meaning his career thus far has stretched over a staggering 35 years.

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"I believe I am on the verge of my final step," the actor told GQ.

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, "this last semester or trimester. What should this section be? What do I want to create it?"

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Pitt was most recently seen in one small, but scene-stealing part for the film the film Lost City opposite Channing Tatum, Sandra Bullock, and Daniel Radcliffe.

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Pitt will next be present in John Wick-esque Bullet Train with an ensemble cast of Zazie Beetz Joey King, Michael Shannon Aaron Taylor-Johnson Brian Tyree Henry, and Hiroyuki Sanada.

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In addition, Pitt will be playing John Gilbert in Damien Chazelle's Babylon and will also be starring as a character in Formula One, the next film by Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski.

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In addition to performing, Pitt also has a production company called Plan B Entertainment, which this year will release the forthcoming Netflix film Blonde with Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe and an adaptation of Miriam toews's novel Women Talking, 

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Which focuses on Mennonite women banding together against the men in their communities who are sexually assaulting them while asleep.

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"It's the most profound film as anything that's been made in the last year," Pitt told GQ about the film.

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The ensemble in Women Talking comprises Jessie Buckley, Rooney Mara, Frances McDormand, and Ben Whishaw.

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