Brad Pitt kicks his leg in the air at the Bullet Train premiere in Paris

Brad Pitt wears a racy show as he kicks his leg in the air at the Bullet Train premiere in Paris

Brad Pitt gave a racy show kicking his leg in the air at the Paris premiere of his movie Bullet Train on Monday.

The actor, 58, showed off his elegant but casual style upon arriving at the event, opting for a gray suit that he wore with a gray shirt.

Movie star Brad donned a pair of comfy white training shoes as he raised his leg toward the photographers as he walked the blue carpet.

Acting: Brad Pitt, 58, gave a racy show kicking his leg in the air at the Paris premiere of his Bullet Train on Monday

He was shielding his eyes behind a pair of dark sunglasses and wearing his hair in a natural floppy style.

The Academy Award winner stars in the film directed by David Leach as a hitman codenamed Ladybug who is looking to move forward in the right direction.

However, he was lured to retrieve a special bag on a high-speed train bound from Tokyo to Kyoto.

Style: The actor showed off his elegant yet casual style upon arriving at the event, opting for a slate gray suit that he wore with a gray shirt.

Style: The actor showed off his elegant yet casual style upon arriving at the event, opting for a slate gray suit that he wore with a gray shirt.

Looking good: He was shielding his eyes behind a pair of dark sunglasses and wearing his hair in a natural floppy style

Looking good: He was shielding his eyes behind a pair of dark sunglasses and wearing his hair in a natural floppy style

The thriller also includes the appearances of Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Logan Lerman, Michael Shannon, Zzzie Beetz and Bad Bunny.

Bullet Train was originally scheduled for an April 2022 release, but several delays pushed it back to the August 5 release date.

The movie’s glossy trailer suggests it will have a candy-colored theme, as opposed to the dark and violent one.

Playing the role: The Academy Award winner stars in David Leitch¿ directed hit as a hitman codenamed Ladybug who is looking to move forward in the right direction.

Role Playing: The Academy Award winner stars in the film directed by David Leach as a hitman codenamed Ladybug who is looking to move forward in the right direction.

Telling the tale: However, he is lured back to retrieve a special bag on a high-speed train bound from Tokyo to Kyoto.

Telling the tale: However, he is lured back to retrieve a special bag on a high-speed train bound from Tokyo to Kyoto.

Tribute to his fans: Brad wore a pink face covering to protect himself and others from coronavirus while signing autographs for fans at the event

Tribute to his fans: Brad wore a pink face covering to protect himself and others from coronavirus while signing autographs for fans at the event

On a mission: Brad is seen wearing a white bucket hat and green shirt in a still image from the movie Bullet Train

On a mission: Brad is seen wearing a white bucket hat and green shirt in a still image from the movie Bullet Train

Five killers end up on a fast-moving train from Tokyo to Morioka. There are only a few stations in between which makes escaping impossible.

But over time, the killers realize their jobs are intertwined as they all go after a strange silver bag and eventually go to find who is behind the plan.

In the meantime, no one trusts each other and everyone looks past their shoulders in case they become a target.

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Director David Leach previously showed his goodwill by working as an uncredited co-director on the first John Wick films, while working solo to direct Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw.

He has a special relationship with Brad, having served in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in several films before moving behind the camera.

All-Stars: Brad joked with fellow cast members Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, director David Leitch and Kelly McCormick on the blue carpet

All-Stars: Brad joked with fellow cast members Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, director David Leitch and Kelly McCormick on the blue carpet

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