And speaking at the film's Cannes Film Festival press conference on May 20, Pitt revealed that he and the famous director bonded during a late-night heavy drinking and smoking session. "Quentin came to visit with the script... and all I know is we talked about it... the back story and we talked about movies until the wee hours of the night," Contactmusic quoted Pitt as saying.
He further explained: "I got up the next morning and I saw five empty bottles of wine laying on the floor - five - and something that resembled a smoking apparatus - I don't know what that was about. Apparently I agreed to do the movie because six weeks later I was in uniform."
Washington (ANI): It was an overnight drinking session with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino that made Brad Pitt agreed to do his new movie. The 'Troy" actor plays the role of a Nazi bounty hunter in Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds".