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The only ray of hope amidst the lockdown: Brad Pitt
The Academy Award winner in his 56th year, Brad Pitt surprisingly attempted to forecast the weather in Sunday’s episode of John Krasinski’s weekly YouTube series named as ‘Some Good News’. The show, however, is a true initiative to highlight the lockdown heroes casting positivity at a time when the global pandemic like coronavirus has hit the world to a standstill.
Brad Pitt delivered the weather forecast on John Krasinki’s Some Good News show.
— Brad Pitt Web (@BradPittWeb) April 20, 2020
It’s all about an accurate pursuit
When the primetime Emmy Award winner was asked about how it looked outside, Pitt was sweet enough to reply in a crisp manner who protruded his neck out of his window saying, “Looks, uh, pretty good. Yeah,”. The Fight Club star, in the outfit of a light green sweater with a dark cap, prompted to inspect the surrounding that was shining bright girdled by palm trees. And that was amazing indeed!
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In addition to the fact, Krasinski also shared a couple of encouraging stories that went viral across the internet. From his lastly organised virtual prom during the weekends, a mini-reunion made its way with legacies like Rainn Wilson, inclusive of performances by the Jonas Brothers, Billie Eilish, Steve Carell, Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda besides being cued with a brief exposure of Chance the Rapper from the list.
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And one can imagine the popularity of such an event can garner in a staggering economy which is slumped by COVID-19. The show has been clicked by thousands of people every week, that marked its inception with Carell in the first episode generating 16.5 million views till date.
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