Brad Pitt delighted fans as he shared his experience of watching a film with the director David Fincher.
The Hollywood star, who is a close friend of the director, opened up on regular movie nights with him, saying: 'It’s like watching a football game with Bill Belichick. "
In a profile of the movie mogul published in the New York Times, the Oscar-winner revealed the interesting things about their lovely nights they spent together watching movies.
Casting lights on their movie nights, Pitt revealed: 'He’ll be muttering the whole time: ‘That shot works. That’s a bad handoff. Why would you go to the insert of the glove there? Stabilize!’ It’s like watching a football game with Bill Belichick.”'
Brad Pitt, who has played lead role in three of Fincher’s films so far told the publication, told the publiction: "He’s one of the funniest I’ve ever met."
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