Brad Pitt's upcoming drama flick 'The Big Short' might make things competitive between him and fellow actor George Clooney.
Brad Pitt’s upcoming drama flick ‘The Big Short’ might make things competitive between him and fellow actor George Clooney.
The 51-year-old Pitt and the 54-year-old Clooney, who own production companies, often get involved in bidding against each other on books they wanted to adapt into movies, as is the case with Pitt’s upcoming film.
In a recent interview, the ‘Fury’ actor said that since they both share the same interests, things can get competitive at the producer level, the Mirror reports.
According to a source, this time Brad seems to gained the upper hand, as he revealed that he had worked with the author Michael Lewis, on whose book his forthcoming flick is based, before also.
The two have bid on many of the same projects over the years and Pitt disclosed that he recently beat Clooney to secure the rights to the’ Law of the Jungle’ adaptation.
Helmed by Adam McKay, the upcoming comedy-drama starring Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale, Marisa Tomei among others, is slated to hit US theaters on December 11, 2015.