Have ‘face blindness’ which ‘no one believes’, says Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt, an actor, is eagerly anticipating the premiere of his movie Bullet Train. The actor admitted that he has trouble remembering people’s faces in a recent interview. He claimed that he believes he suffers from prosopagnosia, a rare kind of “facial blindness,” but “no one believes him.”

According to Page Six, Brad, who has not yet had a formal diagnosis, concerns about coming across as “distant… aloof, inaccessible [and] self-absorbed” while having trouble identifying people. In his GQ cover story for August 2022, the 58-year-old Oscar winner expressed his desire to “meet another individual” who also has the illness. In 2013, he initially discussed his suspicions of having prosopagnosia.

“Because they believe I am disrespecting them, so many people despise me. Every now and again, someone will provide context for me, and I will thank them for their assistance “He informed Esquire. Although he once attempted to “cope” to his difficulties, he claimed that doing so just “pissed [off] more people off.” Brad clarified, “You keep hearing, “You’re being egotistical,” etc. You’re being arrogant. I have a strong sense of design and aesthetics, but I have trouble understanding faces. I’m going to have it examined. I stay at home because of this.”

On August 5, Brad’s movie Bullet Train will be released. On March 2, the first official Bullet Train trailer was published, introducing the key players and the scene. In addition to Sandra Bullock and Michael Shannon, the movie also features Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, and Michael Shannon.

In addition, he created Blonde, a forthcoming Netflix movie that fictionalizes the life of Marilyn Monroe. Ana de Armas plays the main role. The Netflix original film, starring Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, and Julianne Nicholson, is set to debut on September 23.

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