‘The Greatest Showman’ star says his latest ‘Goya Painting’ was inspired by a childhood friend who died in a car accident

In the last few weeks, the world of “Goya Paintings” has been gripped by the news of a tragic accident that has left one of its star actors dead.

On Thursday, Goya painted “The Greatest Movie Actor” star John Malkovich a sun-drenched sunset painting that depicts his friend, actor Brad Pitt, who died tragically in a 2014 car accident.

The artist, who is best known for his work for the cult favorite “Goro,” has said that his work on the painting was inspired to him by Pitt, but Malkovich told CNN he doesn’t think Pitt’s death was connected to the painting.

The accident occurred on August 21, 2014, in which Pitt was driving a Honda Accord through a neighborhood of Santa Monica, California.

The car struck a tree and a fence and then rolled, ending up in the Pacific Ocean, where the body of Pitt was recovered.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

According to a statement from the artist, Malkovich said the painting he painted was a tribute to Pitt and was meant to honor him as a person.

The artist said he did not know Pitt personally and did not think Pitt was the one who died.

Malkovich also told CNN that the painting has drawn many reactions from people across the globe, with some of them saying they love it.””

I said no, it’s Brad, and then they ask, ‘Oh, why is he here?'”

Malkovich also told CNN that the painting has drawn many reactions from people across the globe, with some of them saying they love it.

“I don’t know who’s going to paint the painting,” he said.

“But I can tell you that people are loving it.”

Malkavich said he decided to paint “The Great Man” because he had recently become friends with Pitt and that he was looking forward to meeting the actor again.

“He’s a great guy,” Malkavic said.

Pitt died in Los Angeles on October 12, 2016.

He was 58.

Pitt was a beloved actor who starred in numerous films, including “The Patriot,” “The Mummy,” “Sister Act,” “Million Dollar Baby,” “Rocky IV,” “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home,” “American Graffiti,” “Apocalypse Now,” “Revenge of the Nerds,” “Top Gun,” “Transformers: The Last Knight,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Inception,” “Wanted” and “The Bourne Legacy.”

He also played “The Terminator” and was one of the lead characters in the original “Terminators” series.

Malkiapainted his work to honor his friend Pitt, and he told CNN, “The reason he died was that I was a little bit over his age, and I wasn’t feeling as good.

So I went to see him one day, and when I got to the house I just started painting.

I was like, ‘Man, I gotta stop.’

I thought, ‘This is my friend.'”