Brad Pitt is one cloud nine as the actor won an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actor category for his performance in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. The film is helmed by Quentin Tarantino and also stars Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead role.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is one of the best films of 2019 and Brad received a lot of praises for the same. Everyone is in awe of his acceptance speeches and the star has revealed who helps him in making such A-plus speeches.
In an interaction with Variety at the red carpet of Oscars 2020, Brad Pitt shared that he is historically really bad about speeches. He said, “They give him anxiety, I’m tentative going in, so I just decided if I’m going to be doing this, let’s see if we can have fun. Let’s figure it out and get loose about it.”
The Fight Club actor added, “I got a lot of funny friends if that’s what you’re asking. I got a lot of funny friends. Jim Jefferies, Bob Oschack, my man [David] Fincher. We trade barbs every week, few others.”
Well, David Fincher is the director of his film Fight Club who also helps Pitt in writing the acceptance speeches.
In his 2020 SAG Awards speech, Pitt joked in the speech that in his Tinder profile, he needs to add the picture of his trophy.