Brad Pitt: From Hollywood A-Lister to Sega Superfan?

Brad Pitt shows us that age is just a number as he indulges in his love for gaming and dreams of retiring to spend every day playing classic Sega games. Proving that true passions never die!

    Brad Pitt From Hollywood  A-Lister to Sega Superfan

In a recent interview, Brad Pitt admitted that sometimes he thinks about retiring from acting to play old Sega games all day. While some fans were shocked to hear this revelation from the Academy Award-winning actor, others couldn’t help but laugh at the idea of Pitt trading in red carpets for controller buttons. He even went as far as saying that he’s ready to trade in his Oscar for a Genesis. But is this really such a surprise? After all, Pitt has always been open about his love for video games. In fact, he even admitted to playing games on set during breaks while filming. So, it’s not hard to imagine him indulging in a little Sonic the Hedgehog action after a long day on set. He even said he would rather be hanging out with Tails than making movies.

The Nostalgia Factor

But what is it about Sega that has caught Pitt’s attention? Perhaps it’s the nostalgia factor. After all, who doesn’t have fond memories of spending hours playing classic games like Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda? Or maybe it’s the challenge of mastering those tricky boss battles. He even said that he’s been trying to beat Dr. Robotnik for years but still can’t do it.

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Sega Hoarding

Whatever the reason, it’s clear that Pitt is a true Sega fan. In the interview, he even shared that he has a collection of old Sega consoles and games. He even said that he’s been hoarding Sega games like they’re going out of style. And who knows, maybe one day we’ll see him star in a movie about a retired actor who becomes a professional gamer. He even said that he’s been practising for a role as Sonic.

“I’ve got a lot of gas left in the tank, no doubt about it, but there’s just a lot of old Genesis games I’ve not given their proper time over the years, and I think about that more and more.”

Of course, fans and critics had plenty to say about Pitt’s statement. Some joked that he should start streaming his Sega sessions on Twitch, while others wondered if he would be able to resist the allure of modern games like Fortnite and Call of Duty. He even said that he’s been considering a career change from Hollywood to E-sports.

Brad Pitt Wants to become a gamer

Brad Pitt Wants to become a gamer

Fans and Critics Reactions

But at the end of the day, it’s all in good fun. We can’t help but chuckle at the idea of Brad Pitt, one of Hollywood’s biggest stars, kicking back with a controller in hand, taking on the world of gaming. So, while we may not see him retire from acting just yet, we can’t wait to see what other gaming confessions he has up his sleeve. He even said that he’s been thinking of starting a gaming channel where he’ll play only SEGA games.

In fact, he even mentioned that he’s been thinking of starting a Sega game club with other celebrities, where they can all gather and play old Sega games together. He even mentioned that he’s been trying to convince George Clooney and Matt Damon to join. He even said that he’s been dreaming of a Sega game tournament between Hollywood actors.

The End Note

It’s hilarious to think of the once-serious Brad Pitt as a Sega enthusiast, but who knows? Maybe he’ll prove us all wrong and become the next big thing in the gaming world. He even said that he’s been training to become a professional Sega player.

We can’t wait to see what other surprises Brad Pitt has in store for us. Will he really retire from acting to play Sega games all day? Only time will tell. But one thing’s for sure, we’ll be cheering him on from the sidelines, controller in hand.



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