Brad Pitt opens up about drinking to 'escape' amid Hollywood pressures

Brad Pitt Talks Struggles With Drinking & Life Lessons He's Learned

Brad Pitt Talks Struggles With Drinking & Life Lessons He's Learned

The A-list actor, 55, opens up to his one-time co-star Anthony Hopkins in Interview magazine about the lack of tears he's shed over the past two decades. In the conversation for Interview Magazine, Pitt and Sir Hopkins talked about crying, struggles with alcohol, and how they moved on in their personal lives after several downfalls. I myself needed to hide it, years ago. "I think it's a good sign".

Brad shares his six kids with ex Angelina Jolie, whom he split from in 2016. As a couple, they starred in a family drama movie, By The Sea.

"I look at it and think, 'What a great blessing that was because it was painful, '" Hopkins said.

"I'm realizing, as an actual act of forgiveness for myself for all the alternatives that I've made that I'm not happy with, that I worth these missteps as a result of they led to some knowledge, which led to one thing else", mentioned Pitt. "I'm human." Brad's son Maddox, in a recently surfaced video, was asked about his relationship by a man that said, "Is your relationship with him sort of over?" to which he responded saying, "Well, whatever happens, happens".

"I would be exploring it whether there was a script that allowed that or not."

Brad Pitt is opening up about how he has reconnected with his emotions.

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Pitt opened up about his struggles with alcohol and drugs in 2017, calling himself "a professional boozer" in an interview with GQ. Nonetheless the next transfer, what you attain after the error, is what if truth be told defines a person.

Brad also said that thinks we're living at a time when people are "judgemental and quick to treat people as disposable".

"Yes, it's not even about grief, it's about the glory of life", the Oscar victor said.

"We've always placed great importance on the mistake". I see it as one thing I'm factual now getting my arms around at the present in my lifestyles.

'We're all going to make mistakes. And that's the half I safe so rather more invigorating and enticing'. I feel like cinema is being reduced more and more to spectacle, something more sensational. Brad Pitt stated. "We don't, as a culture, seem to stick around and see what that person's next step is".

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