In the first images of ‘Bullet Train’, the Puerto Rican clashes with Pitt on a train. Will you have wood to be a seventh art star?
Not content with dominating the continent’s urban music charts, honoring the hit album he released last year, YHLQMDLG (I do what I want), Bad Bunny will venture into the cinema. The Puerto Rican singer’s turn to shine in the seventh art has arrived, who will have a role in Bullet train as one of five assassins who find themselves on a Japanese bullet train and discover that their missions are interrelated.
And you will enter through the front door, accompanied by no one else and no one less than Brad Pitt. However, the curious will have to wait until April 2022 to see in action the new couple created by the magic of Hollywood, who will co-star in a thriller directed by David Leitch, the filmmaker responsible for such films as Atomic, Deadpool 2 and Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw.
Both Bunny (27 years old) and Pitt (57) will be accompanied by movie stars such as Sandra Bullock and Lady Gaga (who had already had success on the screens with her film A star is borna, which he starred in and whose soundtrack received critical acclaim). The rudeness of Bunny and the elegance of Pitt will combine perfectly and will attract the attention of both moviegoers and reggaetoners. Will Bunny be Pitt’s new star teammate on the big screen?
This co-leading role adds to the Puerto Rican’s good streak, who already in 2020 became the most played Latin artist on the Spotify platform and recently had 100 million views in one day with the single Flying, which he released together with Mora and Sech.
The Gen Z icon will also appear in the series Narcos: Mexico, to the joy of his followers. It remains to be seen how the bad rabbit does in this new film foray, if it will be at the level of its companions of set, living legends like Pitt and Bullock, and if he continues to break boundaries in everything he does.