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‘Bullet Train’: Where to Watch, Plot, Cast and More

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Fans are curious to know if bullet train will be available on Netflix.

Academy Award Winner Brad Pitt is supposed to return to the big screen with the movie-Bullet Train. This time he is going to come up as an action star and play a comic role alongside a star-studded roster.

This movie is based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka. The film follows Pitt’s character -Ladybug, with a deadly unfortunate streak prompting the paid killer to search for an exit from this life of murder.

However, his handler, Maria Beetle, by (Sandra Bullock) is bringing him back into the field for a job that she considers extremely easy. He is supposed to get on a bullet train that’s headed for Kyoto from Tokyo and grab a briefcase. Surprisingly, he will not be the only assassin on board, and Ladybug soon realizes that this is not a coincidence, as their jobs are all connected.

A lot of other popular actors are going to bring their talent to the table along with Pitt. This includes Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A. Martinez Ocasio, and Zazie Beetz.

David Leitch will direct the film. He is known for his works like Deadpool 2 and John Wick. Antoine Fuqua will be one of the producers.
The movie bullet train starring Brad Pitt seems like a must-see, and it’s obvious that the subscribers would be enthusiastic to check it out. Sadly, Bullet Train is not currently available on Netflix

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