Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train is coming to Netflix

After making nearly $240 million at the box office this summer, Bullet train is coming to TVs and mobile devices across the country, thanks to a streaming deal with Netflix. Sony’s action blockbuster, starring Brad Pitt and directed by dead pool 2‘s David Leitch, is already available on various video-on-demand platforms, allowing movie fans to watch it by renting or purchasing the film. Very soon, however Bullet train will be on Netflix where anyone with a subscription can enjoy it.

Netflix announced this on Twitter on Monday afternoon Bullet train would be coming to service in the United States in just a few weeks. Bullet train begins streaming on Netflix on December 3. You can watch the announcement below!

Pitt joins in Bullet train alongside Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Joey King, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martinez Ocasio (aka Bad Bunny), Karen Fukuhara, Logan Lerman, Zazie Beetz, and Sandra Bullock. Leitch directed the film from a screenplay by Zak Olkewicz based on the novel by Kōtarō Isaka.

Henry and Taylor-Johnson share quite a few scenes with Brad Pitt throughout the film, with the former telling that Pitts often became a distraction to her on set.

“It’s real. Let me tell you something incredibly distracting. It’s Brad Pitt’s hair. It’s real. It’s really annoying,” Henry revealed. “Like the very last part of the movie where we’re in the train car together and you know, Aaron’s character got smashed through the glass, we’re supposed to be going like 200 miles an hour and there’s a wind blower that’s just perfectly placed for Brad Pitt and so I would literally forget some of my cues because I’m so busy lost in this wheat blonde beautiful hair And like he’s so good at controlling hair that he knew exactly when he did it just made me want him more wanted to slap his face, so like it’s distracting hair from Brad Pitt, like you just know it’s another character in the movie, but it’s, it’s precious.

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