ANGELINA JOLIE HUSBAND BRAD PITT FILM WAR MACHINE
ANGELINA JOLIE HUSBAND BRAD PITT FILM WAR MACHINE | Brad Pitt War Machine is an upcoming 2017 American satirical war film directed and written by David Michôd based on the nonfiction book The Operators by Michael Hastings. It is a by events in the book based on the firing of United States Army General Stanley McChrystal.
BRAD PTT NEW UPCOMING MOVIE WAR MACHINE
The film stars Brad Pitt, Anthony Michael Hall, Topher Grace, Will Poulter, Tilda Swinton, and Ben Kingsley. It will be released on Netflix on May 26, 2017.
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ANGELINA JOLIE HUSBAND BRAD PITT FILM WAR MACHINE | Brad Pitt is very energetic man and he has done very great roles in films and achieved a great applause from public and still he is making film namely “War Machine”.The film, written and directed by the Australian filmmaker David Michod (“Animal Kingdom”), is based on Michael Hastings’ 2012 book “The Operators,” which chronicled McChrystal’s tumultuous and short-lived stewardship of the war in Afghanistan.
ANGELINA JOLIE HUSBAND BRAD PITT FILM WAR MACHINE | Pitt is taking this film as a great adventure and he has may desires and aspirations from this film and may it would hit Hollywood Box Office and others also.
“War Machine,” which debuts on Netflix May 26, takes a slightly fictionalized approach. Pitt’s character is named Gen. Glen McMahon, but the events and personalities covered correspond accurately with McChrystal’s downfall.
“Nothing that we’ve ever done has said that more troops are going to do anything but cause any more damage, more loss of life and limb,” said Pitt. “We talk a lot about supporting our troops but I think supporting our troops is much more than giving them money and a pat on the back. I think it’s being responsible to how we use that ultimate dedication.”
Trump’s top advisers have said the president has not made any final decision about adding more troops in Afghanistan.
Brad Pitt said “War Machine” excited him enough to come out from behind the lens.
“The degree of difficulty on this one was ten,” said Pitt, “which is what makes it worth it for me to go get in front of the camera now.”
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In a premier,Brad Pitt said that his movie days may be nearly behind him.”I feel myself as I’m older gravitating more to the producing side than being in front of the camera,” said Pitt. “It’s a big commitment, a film, and it does take you away from your family. I just have to balance that. It’s not less important, itself, it’s just not as important as family. (‘War Machine’) I loved because it’s after something and we don’t know where we’re going to end up. It’s a delicate tightrope to walk.”
FILM WAR MACHINE CAST
Brad Pitt as Gen. Glen McMahon,a character based on General Stanley McChrystal
Ben Kingsley as President Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan
Emory Cohen as Willy Dunne, one of the members of Gen. McMahon’s staff.
RJ Cyler as Andy Moon
Daniel Betts as Simon Ball
Topher Grace as Matt Little, McMahon’s civilian press adviser.
Anthony Michael Hall as Greg Pulver,loosely based on General Mike Flynn.
John Magaro as Cory Staggart, a special ops soldier and close advisor to General McMahon.
Scoot McNairy as Sean Cullen
Will Poulter as Ricky Ortega
Keith Stanfield as Cpl. Billy Cole
Anthony Hayes as Pete Duckman
Alan Ruck as Pat McKinnon
Meg Tilly as Jeanie McMahon,Glen’s wife
Griffin Dunne as Ray Canucci
Josh Stewart as Captain Dick North
Tilda Swinton as German Politician
Georgina Rylance as Lydia Cunningham
BRAD PITT SAYS ABOUT WAR MACHINE AND NETFLIX
In an interview,he has credited Netflix for its role in the production.“It wouldn’t have gotten made without Netflix. The reality for the studios is it just doesn’t make sense for them on paper. They can take the gamble up to $35 million on a risky film. And then otherwise they focus on big tent-poles which seem to be safer and make the big payoffs. It’s not their fault in any way. The numbers just don’t run for them. Now with Netflix and other entities like Netflix, it becomes a whole new delivery system for these kinds of films I prefer to gamble on. For us, it’s opened up a whole new world of possibilities. I’ll stick work with studios, I’ll always do that, at least I think so, as long as they’re around. Because they are still films that deserve to have the big-screen, cultural experience.”