Brad Pitt appreciates the simple pleasure of a well-crafted, hand spun pot.
In an interview for JOE.ie promoting his new film, Bullet Train, Pit confessed his love for The Great Pottery Throw Down.
After co-star Brian Tyree Henry admitted to being a fan of The Great British Baking Show, Pitt said, "Well, if we're going that route, I'm going The Great Pottery Throw Down. Seen every season!"
Henry immediately agreed, and he praised one of the judges, Keith Brymer Jones, who "cries every [episode]."
"He does, it's beautiful! He's so kind. He's so supportive," replied Pitt, as the two proceeded to bond over their shared love of pottery.
The official Great Pottery Throw Down Twitter account soon retweeted the clip. "The first rule of pottery club is: you *must* talk about pottery," it wrote, a reference to Pitt's famous film Fight Club. "We’re so happy to hear that legends Brad Pitt and Brian Tyree Henry love crying over bowls as much as we do!"
The first rule of pottery club is: you *must* talk about pottery.— The Great Pottery Throw Down (@PotteryThrow) July 28, 2022
We’re so happy to hear that legends Brad Pitt and Brian Tyree Henry love crying over bowls as much as we do! #potterythrowdown https://t.co/mApZCu3KAM
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