The gripping action-comedy arrives on TV for the first time Bullet train, which inaugurates the channel dedicated to the Oscar-winning Brad Pitt. The film arrives just a few months after its theatrical release and boasts a stellar cast, led by the Hollywood sex symbol.
Directed by David Leitch (Deadpool 2, Fast & Furious – Hobbs & Shaw), Bullet Train is based on the novel by Kōtarō Isaka The Seven Killers of the Shinkansen. The action-comedy sees in the cast, together with Brad PittAlso Joey King, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martínez Ocasio And Sandra Bullock.
The film will premiere on TV next Monday 27 February at 21.15 on Sky Cinema One. The feature film will also be available on the themed channel dedicated to the American star, active from February 25th to March 3rd. On Sky Cinema Collection – Brad Pitt Mania, will be broadcast from 21.45. Moreover, it will also be findable streaming on NOW And available on demand.
Bullet trainsynopsis of the action-comedy with Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock
In Bullet trainBrad Pitt plays Ladybug, a hapless assassin determined to do his job in peace after one too many assignments go awry. However, fate may have other plans, when Ladybug’s latest mission puts him on a collision course with deadly adversaries from around the globe, all with interrelated and conflicting agendas, on the fastest train in the world…and he has yet to figure out how to get off. From the director of Deadpool 2David Letich, the terminus is just the beginning of an exciting non-stop journey through modern Japan.
It turns on Sky Cinema Collection – Brad Pitt Mania: all upcoming movies
And, on the occasion of the premiere of the film Bullet trainfrom Saturday 25 February to Friday 3 March Sky Cinema Collection turns into Sky Cinema Collection – Brad Pitt Mania. During the aforementioned days, programming dedicated to the great Hollywood star will be broadcast on Sky.
Many titles planned: entertainment is guaranteed with Quentin Tarantino’s reinterpretation of the Second World War by Inglourious Basterds with Christoph Waltz, awarded at Cannes and with the Oscar; we will also see the comedy of the Coen brothers Burn After Reading – Spy Proof with George Clooney. There will also be poignant films such as the film about love and death Meet Joe Blackstarring Anthony Hopkins, and David Fincher’s three-time Academy Award®-winning film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with Cate Blanchett.
Finally, the story of the famous and beloved bandit of the West is not to be missed The assassination of Jesse James at the hands of the coward Robert Ford with Casey Affleck; Barry Levinson’s courtroom drama Sleepers, with Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman; the blockbuster inspired by the Homeric poem Troy, with Eric Bana and Orlando Bloom; the gripping baseball biopic The art of winning with Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman; and the gripping war movie Fury with Shia LaBeouf.