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Twitter isn’t a fan of Brad Pitt’s GQ magazine cover

The internet is winking at the latest cover of GQ Magazine featuring Brad Pitt, or at least a figure that looks like him.

On Wednesday, GQ published his profile The face of the veteran movie star, who appeared to be swimming in a dark pool of flowers on the cover, froze in blank stare. The actor spoke with the broadcast to promote the action movie “Bullet Train,” which will be released in August.

Social media reactions to the cover photo weren’t polite, to put it mildly. Some compared the actor’s pale face to a corpse. Multiple people described the experience of encountering the photo on their Twitter timeline as “fear of jumping”. Another likened the image to a “wax figure.”

Overall, people were of the opinion that GQ had a dizzying success by trying to make Pitt—someone famous for looking good—like something else.

“So sad that GQ killed Brad Pitt and featured his body on their cover,” said Scott Russell, music editor of Paste Magazine.

“Whoever chose this cover for Brad Pitt’s GQ issue is getting fired,” @nicholasdante_ wrote.

Pitt discusses everything from his production company and film career to his dreams and pandemic hobbies in an extensive interview with the fashion magazine. One particularly wild quote from the speech includes a French tie in the middle of a legal battle Between Pitt and his ex-wife Angelina Jolie.

Earlier this year, Pitt filed a lawsuit Accusing Jolie of illegally selling her shares in the property the former celebrity couple married in 2014 to a Russian vodka billionaire. But that’s not all: The Oscar-winning actress told GQ a few years ago that someone tricked her into believing she was worth millions of dollars. somewhere in the field gold was buried.

“I’m obsessed,” Pitt said. “For a year, that was all I could think about, just the excitement of all this. … Maybe it has something to do with where I grew up, because there were always stories of hidden gold treasures in the Ozark Mountains.”

Finding no buried treasure, Pitt admitted that the search was “finally stupid” but still “exciting”.

“A lot of people talk about how Brad Pitt looked on that GQ cover, but my favorite part is the article where he says a scammer convinced him to spend a year digging up his French mansion and hunting for the millions of dollars in gold received from the Levant during the Crusades,” tweeted @aniceburrito.

Of course, Pitt also talked about his latest acting project, “Bullet Train,” directed by former stuntman David Leitch. The transportation thriller’s co-stars include Sandra Bullock, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Zazie Beetz, Karen Fukuhara, Michael Shannon, Brian Tyree Henry, and Bad Bunny.

Pitt told GQ, even if there’s a new star-studded movie coming soon. on the “last leg” from his acting career.

“This [is the] last semester or quarter.” “What about this chapter? And how do I want to design it?”

You can see more reactions to Pitt’s GQ takeover below.

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