'We're all going to die, so let's mess it up!': Brad Pitt gives bizarre reason for wearing a SKIRT to the Bullet Train screening in Berlin

Brad Pitt gave a bizarre explanation for wearing a quirky skirt to the Bullet Train screening in Berlin recently. 

The actor, 58, opted for an eye-catching style choice as he donned a trendy knee-length skirt for a screening of his new film.

He took a moment to comment on his bold fashion choice and revealed what inspired the look while attending a Bullet Train premiere in Los Angeles.

Bold: Brad Pitt gave a bizarre explanation for wearing a quirky skirt to the Bullet Train screening in Berlin recently

Bold: Brad Pitt gave a bizarre explanation for wearing a quirky skirt to the Bullet Train screening in Berlin recently

Brad told Variety: 'I don't know! We're all going to die, so let's mess it up.'

The Hollywood heavyweight sported a breezy ensemble, teamed with a salmon pink button-up in a bid to overcome the scorching heat in the German capital.

He threw on a light brown cardigan and accessorised with a cluster of layered pendant necklaces.

Throwing on some shades, Brad finished the look off with some black combat boots, showing off the tattoos on his sculpted calves.

Stylish: The actor, 58, opted for an eye-catching style choice as he donned a trendy knee-length skirt for a screening of his new film

Stylish: The actor, 58, opted for an eye-catching style choice as he donned a trendy knee-length skirt for a screening of his new film

Commenting on the bold ensemble, Brad told Variety : 'I don't know! We're all going to die, so let's mess it up.'

Commenting on the bold ensemble, Brad told Variety : 'I don't know! We're all going to die, so let's mess it up.'

The Oscar winner stars in the David Leitch–directed film as a hitman with the codename Ladybug who is looking to go straight, until he's lured back to retrieve a special briefcase aboard a high-speed train heading from Tokyo to Kyoto.

The thrilling movie also includes appearances by Joey King, Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Logan Lerman, Michael Shannon, Zazie Beetz and Bad Bunny.

Bullet Train was originally slated for an April 2022 release, but several delays have pushed it back to an August 5 release date.

New: Bullet Train was originally slated for an April 2022 release, but several delays have pushed it back to an August 5 release date

New: Bullet Train was originally slated for an April 2022 release, but several delays have pushed it back to an August 5 release date

The film's bright trailer suggests it will be a candy-colored affair, in contrast with the dark and violent subject matter.

The film is about five assassins who all end up on a fast-moving bullet train from Tokyo to Morioka. There are only a few stops in between which makes fleeing impossible.

But over time the assassins realize their jobs are intertwined as they are all going after a strange silver briefcase and they eventually go on the hunt to find out who is behind the plan.

In the meantime, no one trusts each other and everyone is looking over their shoulder in case they become a target.

Director David Leitch has previously shown off his action bona fides by working as an uncredited co-director on the first John Wick films, while going solo to direct Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2 and the Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw.

He has a special connection to Brad, as he served as the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star's stunt double in several films before moving behind the camera.

The thrilling movie also includes appearances by Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Logan Lerman, Michael Shannon, Zazie Beetz and Bad Bunny.

New: The upcoming thriller flick tells the story of 'five assassins aboard a fast moving bullet train', who 'find out their missions have something in common'

New: The upcoming thriller flick tells the story of 'five assassins aboard a fast moving bullet train', who 'find out their missions have something in common'

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Brad Pitt gives bizarre reason for wearing a skirt to the Bullet Train screening in Berlin

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