Brad Pitt Is 'Angry' at the Finance Industry: 'There's Something Seriously Wrong'
Brad Pitt steps out in a suave pin stripe suit for lunch on Tuesday (November 24) in New York City.
The 51-year-old actor is currently in town to promote his new film The Big Short.
The film is about a few men in high-finance, who predicted the credit and housing bubble collapse of the mid-2000s, who decide to take on the big banks.
Brad talked about the housing crisis and the finance industry on the red carpet at the premiere.
“I’m angry that so many people lost their homes,” Brad told People. “Families were put on the street, they lost their life savings, and yet no one was held accountable. No senior official was held accountable. That’s amazing.”
“There’s something seriously wrong, you talk to the experts now and they say nothing’s changed. The entitlement to make money without responsibility still exists, it’s alive and well. And the same practices are still going on, only in different arenas. But nothing’s changed,” Brad added. “That’s a problem.”
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