Brad Pitt broke his teeth for Fight Club (and then fixed them again)

The epic ’90s movie Fight Club is an all-time classic, with plenty of cool little touches and intriguing narrative features that keep the thriller film in the conversations of movie fans to this day, over 20 years after its release. Despite the intense fandom for the film, there’s one thing you might not have known, and that’s Brad Pitt sacrificed his teeth for the film.

Fight Club is considered one of the best movies ever made and certainly has one of the best twists in cinematic history. Brad Pitt is a big part of why the film does what it sets out to do and we already know that he put his body through its paces for this production and has an incredibly toned physique for the role of Tyler Durden has reached.

As it turns out, Pitt went even further than we initially thought to make his character even more compelling. According to the Entertainment Weekly archives, Pitt appears to have broken his teeth on purpose to make his portrayal of an underground thug more realistic.

“Brad is willing to go to great lengths for a character,” said Cindy Guagenti, Pitt’s publicist at the time. “Most people hate going to the dentist.” Clearly not Pitt, who made sure his gnashers were perfectly jumbled for the role so people would think he was part of the secret club at the heart of the film.

After filming wrapped, Pitt reportedly returned to the dentist to fix his pearly whites and restore his flawless appearance. Now that’s commitment!

To be fair, that’s the kind of method acting we can stand behind, and the resulting performance was clearly worth it. And let’s face it, even with his teeth chipped, Tyler Durden was still the coolest man alive in 1999.

https://www.thedigitalfix.com/fight-club/brad-pitt-broke-his-teeth Brad Pitt broke his teeth for Fight Club (and then fixed them again)

Emma James

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