Pitt agrees early works weren’t his bestNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:53 am ICT by admin
Pitt assured to deliver his best in the coming days. Rising from the ashes and learning from the past experience, Pitt claimed himself to be a much better actor now.
He also said that his earlier movies were a learning curve and have made him capable of doing ‘anything’.
“I believe I’m quite capable and we, as people, can learn to do anything, and that’s proof of it! And my education is on film, on record!” Contactmusic quoted him, as saying.
“Now I can take on anything that comes my way and find truth in it an do a pretty good job,” he added.
Pitt became famous during the mid 1990s with Hollywood films like ‘Interview with the Vampire’(1994), the thriller ‘Se7en’(1995) and ‘The Twelve Monkeys’ (1996) for which he received both Academy and Golden Globe Award. (ANI)
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