ALL ABOARD! Brad Pitt's blockbuster action movie 'Bullet Train' is coming to Netflix
After making nearly 240 million dollars at the box office earlier this summer, 'Bullet Train' is gearing up to entertain Netflix subscribers
'Bullet Train' was released earlier this year, and it was nothing short of one hell of a ride for the audience. The movie did splendidly in the theaters and the box office, apparently, the film was a box office success grossing 239.3 million dollars worldwide on a production budget of around 90 million dollars. After making nearly 240 million dollars at the box office earlier this summer, 'Bullet Train' is gearing up to release on TVs and mobile devices around the country, thanks to a streaming deal with Netflix.
Sony's action blockbuster starring Brad Pitt and directed by 'Deadpool 2's David Leitch, is already available on various video-on-demand platforms, allowing movie fans to watch it by renting or purchasing the film. Now, Netflix has announced via Twitter on Monday afternoon, November 22, that 'Bullet Train' would be coming to the service in the United States in just a couple of weeks. Netflix captioned the post as, "Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and @sanbenito arrives December 3 on Netflix (in The US)."
'Bullet Train' focuses on the main protagonist, ladybug (Brad Pitt) who is an unlucky assassin and determined to do his job peacefully after one too many gigs have gone off the rails. Pitt portrays a begrudging assassin who must battle fellow killers while riding a fictionalized version of the bullet train Tokaido Shinkansen. Fate, however, may have other plans as his latest mission puts him on a collision course with lethal adversaries from around the globe - all with connected yet conflicting objectives - on the world's fastest train.
The film also features an ensemble supporting cast including Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Bad Bunny, and Sandra Bullock. Additionally, Pasha D Lychnikoff portrays Alexei Ilyin, a subordinate of The White Death and the handler of Lemon and Tangerine, while director David Leitch makes a cameo appearance as Jeff Zufelt, the 17th person killed earlier by Lemon and Tangerine. Channing Tatum and Ryan Reynolds also appear in uncredited cameo roles, respectively as a train passenger, and Carver, an assassin who called in sick and was replaced by Ladybug.
Tune in to your Netflix accounts on December 3, 2022, to watch Brad Pitt starring in 'Bullet Train'.