Dave and Chuck the Freak

Brad Pitt attends the Global Premiere Screening of Paramount Pictures' "Babylon" at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on December 15, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.

Brad Pitt has opened up about what bugs him in a new interview. “You know what my pet peeve – my Larry David moment – is?” the 59-year-old Babylon star said. “It’s when people are in the passing lane and they’re going as slow as everyone in the regular lanes.”

Referencing David’s HBO show Curb Your Enthusiasm, Pitt hilariously (and realistically) explained how he handles this. Larry’s character offends people on a regular basis in the show. But most of the time, you can’t help but appreciate his realness. Explaining the types of drivers he finds frustrating, the Oscar-winning actor explained to W Magazine: “They block the whole thing, and you can’t get around. I gotta move. And when I feel trapped, I go all Larry David on ’em.”

When asked how he responds to the situation, Pitt said that he tries to be “nicer these days.” He added, “I might flick a bright. See if that gets anything. I might, like, move over into the rearview mirror a couple of times, see if that does anything.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Pitt discussed his passion for sculpture. “It’s something I had always wanted to try and always talked about,” he said of his new hobby. “I’ve done some strange stuff over the years, always building toward this. Like, I took a mold of an entire tree that was wider than my arms, and I took a mold of a World War II tank.”

He says he’s always been interested in the art of building objects. But, he explained that he “didn’t know how to go about” pursuing his artistic endeavors. “And then I met my now dear friend Thomas Houseago. After our first meeting, I wrote to him and said, ‘Hey, you know, how do you feel about me coming into your studio for two weeks? Won’t be in your way; I just want to watch – I want to see how it’s done.’ He said, ‘Sure.’ I got the building next door, and I’m still there, years now.”