The latest film starring Brad Pitt in the leading role is the comedy action thriller Bullet Train. The screenplay was adapted from Bullet Train. A novel by Ktar Isaka was originally released in 2010 under the title Maria Beetle. Now all are waiting for the Bullet Train Release date.
In the story, five hitmen riding the same Japanese bullet train discover that their separate assignments have some unexplained link.
David Leitch, director of Atomic Blonde and Deadpool 2, got his start in the industry as a stuntman and doubled for Pitt in Fight Club; he now helms Bullet Train. As the premiere date of the highly anticipated film, Bullet Train, draws near, Newsweek has all the details you need.
Who Exactly Is in the Cast of Bullet Train?
Brad Pitt stars as the title character, Ladybug, and is joined by Sandra Bullock, who played his co-star in The Lost City, in the supporting role of Maria Beetle, in Bullet Train.
Also featured are Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Tangerine) and Brian Tyree Henry (Lemon) from Kick-Ass, as well as Joey King (The Prince) from The Act and Logan Lerman (Hunters) (playing The Son).
Hiroyuki Sanada (Westworld) as Elder, Puerto Rican rapper and musician Bad Bunny (credited as Benito A Martnez Ocasio) as Wolf, and Andrew Koji (Warrior) as Kimura round out the cast. White Death will also feature Michael Shannon, who was just seen in “Nine Perfect Strangers.”
- Bratt Pitt
- Joey King (The Kissing Booth)
- Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Avengers: Age of Ultron)
- Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta)
- Andrew Koji (Warrior)
- Michael Shannon (The Shape of Water)
- Bad Bunny (rapper and singer)
- Logan Lerman (the Percy Jackson series)
- Zazie Beetz (Atlanta)
- Karen Fukuhara (Suicide Squad)
- Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side)
- Hiroyuki Sanada (The Last Samurai)
What is the Point of the Bullet Train?
Based on a Japanese novel by Ktar Isaka, Bullet Train takes place on a bullet train as it travels between Tokyo and Morioka with few stops along the way. There are five assassins on board, all of whom are off on separate missions. They’re all linked up, yet it hasn’t occurred to any of them yet.
Once the assassins begin to piece together the truth, they will have to fight amongst themselves to stay alive until they reach their objective and learn the truth there.
The premise promises a lot of bloody, nonstop action, and it sounds like it was inspired by the John Wick movies. The film’s final rating will be intriguing to observe.
While it seems likely that the film will be rated R, as all of Leitch’s other films (with the exception of Hobbs & Shaw) have been given that rating, there is a remote possibility that Sony will shoot for a PG-13 rating in the hopes of attracting a younger audience.
Does anyone know if a teaser for Bullet Train exists?
The first official trailer for Bullet Train has arrived, and it features Brad Pitt fending off a team of assassins who are all wanting the same briefcase. The fake trailer for the train in the film can be found below. Below, you can see all the shenanigans and excitement that await you.
Also, this is the first trailer for the film that was released:
Hope so you all get an idea about the movie. Here below is further about the movie.
What Will the Movie “Bullet Train” Release Date?
The movie Bullet Train is currently only showing in theaters all around the world.
After a few stops along the way, this is the movie’s destination. First scheduled for the spring of 2022, Bullet Train was later shifted to July 15. According to collider Prior to finally settling on August 5, it had one more minor date change to July 29.
The movie Bullet Train was originally scheduled to debut on July 29, but Forbes(opens in new tab) has claimed that the release date has been moved up by just one week to August 5.
What is the “Whitewashing” Controversy for Bullet Trains?
Given that the majority of the actors are from Western nations, Bullet Train has drawn criticism for purportedly “whitewashing” Japanese culture.
Although Ktar Isaka originally intended for a number of the characters, including Brad Pitt and Joey King, to be Japanese, he seems to be okay with the casting adjustments made for the film.
Isaka recently told The New York Times, “I don’t have any feeling of wanting others to comprehend Japanese literature or culture. Not that I am really knowledgeable about Japan, either.
Isaka added that he expects that this English-language version of Bullet Train will introduce English-speaking fans to his several best-selling works in his own Japan.
On November 16, 2020, production on Bullet Train began in the Greater Los Angeles Area. The shoot was expected to go on until March of 2021.
It may seem odd that a movie set in Japan was actually shot in Los Angeles, but the continuing pandemic likely prevented them from shooting there.