Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins have fought against alcoholism in the past, says a new report from Interview magazine, however, they recently met with the aforementioned medium to discuss their challenges in detail.
In 1998, Brad and Hopkins co-starred in the movie called You know black Joe, and both parties agreed that they used alcohol as a way of escaping reality whenever they no longer wanted to feel particular emotions.
The 55-year-old man, speaking with the 81-year-old interpreter, explained that he realized that he was being severely injured and knew that it was time to quit smoking. Hopkins told him it was a necessary part of the trip.
Hopkins told Brad that he hid his alcoholism for years. Since Hopkins resigned for the first time 45 years ago, the actor explained that it became a "great blessing,quot; because he learned a lot from the experience and also learned to forgive himself for past mistakes.
In September of this year, the New York Times revealed that Brad had been going to AA meetings for a year and a half after his separation with the actress, Angelina Jolie. Brad told the store at that time that he had to quit smoking because he had gone as far as he could.
As previously reported, several tabloids speculated that Brad's alleged alcoholism problem played a key role in his separation from the actress. In addition, the Once upon a time in Hollywood Star discussed the new phenomena that society has considered "canceling the culture," which is often more about what people have done in the past, rather than the good things they did afterwards.
Pitt stated that we lived in a particular era where people are now "extremely critical,quot; and treat people as if they were easy to dispose of in an instant. Pitt said that the most important thing was how a person handled an error and how he proceeded later, instead of the initial pattern of behavior and error.
In addition, the actor explained that learning to forgive oneself, wisdom and making mistakes were all related, and it is impossible to have one without the other. They work together to improve a person.