Brad Pitt Displays A Stunning Look In Tokyo, While Promoting War Machine

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"Different cultures now are cross-pollinating ideas and styles", said Pitt, arguing that Okja "became something that we would never have been able to create otherwise. "Benjamin Button", SRK said. "In India every household has a singer, but I think every household also has a filmmaker".

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan will be moderating a special chat session here with Pitt, in which the two actors will discuss the project.

An investment in the range of Dollars 60 million also makes it Netflix's biggest-budget feature to date.

The interaction was organized to promote Pitt's Netflix film War Machine, which starts streaming on Friday and is coproduced by the actor's Plan B banner. Pitt believes that an actor and the character he plays kind of "feed into each other".

The Hollywood star said he made a decision to ditch the traditional studio and theatrical release model for this film because he felt sometimes good stories are lost in the rush for the opening weekend numbers.

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Following the Tokyo premiere of the war satire on Tuesday night, Pitt landed in India on Wednesday morning for a press conference here. "I have seen many good films that were considered failures".

"If you can last as long as Brad has done, I think [producing] is the natural way to go", said Khan.

"If we don't adapt ourselves in terms of marketing, visual effects, scriptwriting and professionalism, we will be overtaken. Today, language is becoming less of a barrier and the digital platform is making access to foreign movies easier". Spider Man does as well as a Hindi film, so we have to adapt.

"We have such wonderful stories to tell but we aren't telling them well enough".

The Hollywood icon, who in an interview to IANS in the past had expressed his desire to work in the Indian entertainment industry, will be getting a dose of Bollywood too. "But we should learn from Hollywood", said Shah Rukh.

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