'Birdman' Actor Zack Galifianakis Asks 'Fury' Star Brad Pitt: How Old Were You When You Lost Your Virginity?
Days after his World War II film "Fury" dominated the weekend box office, Brad Pitt visited "Between Two Ferns" to discuss some "uncomfortable" topics with Zach Galifianakis.
"How old were you when you lost your virginity, zero?" was the first question of the Emmy Award-winning Funny or Die web series host Galifianakis, who is also Edward Norton and Michael Keaton's co-star in "Birdman."
Failing to get an answer from Pitt, Galifianakis offered to share his own story of how he lost his virginity.
On the other hand, the 50-year-old actor said he would really not like to hear Galifianakis' story.
Before he started the interview, Galifianakis reminded the viewers that he interviewed the United States president Barack Obama last time before whispering, "And now, I'm going to go back to interviewing dumb actors. It's all I'm saying! It's fine! It's fine! He's a big star."
And big star, indeed, he is. Aside from strong critical reviews, "Fury" is said to have relied on the star power not of the newly wed Pitt to get viewers to see it despite its dark theme, as Fox News stated.
Having earning an estimated $23.5 million during its debut, "Fury" stole the top spot at the box office from Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike and Neil Patrick Harris' film "Gone Girl," which earned $17.8 million on its third weekend still securing a second spot on the list.
Written and directed by David Ayer, "Fury" also stars Shia LaBeouf, Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal and Logan Lerman among others. It cost Sony Pictures $68 million to produce the film in cooperation with QED and LStar Capital.
During the "Between Two Ferns" interview, Galifianakis also mentioned he found it weird that Pitt plays "play a lot of people that are kind of Nazi haters" because Angelina Jolie's husband looks like "Hitler's dream."
"Yes, I understand the conundrum of it all," Pitt said with a nod.
In the middle of the interview, Pitt was talking about his charity work when Louis C.K. appeared and interrupted the "Fury" actor, blocked him and made jokes about ISIS and Ebola. The interview resumed when Louis C.K. left the set.