“It’s fair play,” the actor laughed in regards to the recent Saturday Night Livesketch during an appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America on Thursday. “I did press all day yesterday and I was getting crushed [for the ad].”
For the record, Pitt says he hasn’t seen the sketch yet, but that he heard “it’s pretty good.”
During the second part of a one-on-one interview with GMA’s Elizabeth Vargas. The actor has been making the media rounds lately to support his role as Jackie Cogan in the upcoming action thriller, Killing Them Softly.
Pitt, 48, described the film, which some critics have referred to as violent, as “an intelligent drama with a few dark laughs.” While the film is definitely not shy on the violence, he told Vargas there are actually only three deaths in the whole movie.
When the anchor commented on his above average ability with holding a gun, the World War Z star said, “I’m no stranger to guns. It’s kind of a rite of passage in the Ozarcks.”
This prompted Vargas to bring up their shared past attending the University of Missouri, complete with pictures of the superstar and the anchor in college.
Killing Them Softly opens nationwide on Friday.
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