Although none of his songs appear in the movie ‘Bullet Train’, Bad Bunny did find a lot of inspiration in his catalog to face Brad Pitt with blows.
Bad Bunny fans, everyone go see him in Bullet Train, David Leitch’s new film, based on the book of the same name where a group of assassins travel on the same transport from Tokyo to another city, each with their respective assignments, but all united by the facility they have to put an end to a miserable life. You can find shows on your favorite Cinemex and Cinépolis listings right now.
This is a new foray into the cinema by the bad rabbit, preceded by the ghostly participation he had in Fast and Furious 9 and Narcos: Mexico, where he plays Kitty Perez, a hit man who debuts in the third season of this canceled series. from Netflix. For Bullet Train, The Wolf (Benito) tries to take Ladybug (Brad Pitt) to the grave for having murdered, without any remorse, the woman of his life.
A rather romantic gesture, if you want to see it that way, which he explained to us during the interview he had with SensaCine México, was quite inspired by Latin sentimentality, the same one in which he usually prints his most depressive songs, call it “The song” or ” Another night in Miami”, among others. Without forgetting that the Puerto Rican has confessed much admiration for the viscerality in Mexican music, even some of his idols are Vicente Fernández and Juan Gabriel.
El vato is indeed a hopeless romantic and a declared depressive. Just watch the video that he viralized singing a cover of “Sálvame”, by RBD. He turned all of Tik Tok upside down. In other words, they cannot deny that many of his songs have put them in their worst moments. Unfortunately there are none of the interpretations of him in the film. Leitch turned strawberry. But perhaps it was more about a rights issue, because let’s remember that the song he did for Fast and Furious 9, “De museo”, never came out for this very reason.