Brad Pitt. Pic/AFP
Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock once planned to develop a comedy in which they were going to play warring ex-spouses on QVC, however, the *Pitt-Bullock* comedy never made it past early development. It turns out they planned to years ago by developing a comedy in which they were going to play warring ex-spouses on QVC. The Pitt-Bullock comedy never made it past early development.
According to Variety, Bullock*s $105 million romantic comedy *The Lost City* included a cameo from Brad Pitt, while Pitt*s late-summer action tentpole *Bullet Train* featured a cameo from Bullock. This year, Pitt and Bullock traded cameo appearances. "Actually, Sandy [Sandra Bullock] and I did once try to develop a whole idea of a husband and wife team, who were QVC*s most successful salespeople, but we*re getting a divorce, we hate each other, and we*re taking it out on air as we sell things," Pitt recently told Vogue UK. "That*s as far as we got."
In a promotional interview for Le Domaine, his new line of essentials for genderless skin care, Pitt mentioned the abandoned Bullock project. The Oscar winner claimed to Vogue that Le Domaine*s results are visible in his skin. "I know there are new products nearly every day that people are trying to launch," Pitt said, "but if I hadn*t seen a real difference visually in my skin, we wouldn*t have bothered [making it]."
Recently, Pitt starred in Sony*s *Bullet Train,* which has brought in $96 million in the United States since its release in early August. The action blockbuster has brought in $222 million globally. Pitt*s next project is *Babylon,* the new Paramount-backed thriller from *La La Land* Oscar winner Damien Chazelle, in which he will star alongside Margot Robbie and Diego Calva. December 25 marks the movie*s debut in a few theatres.
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