Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are planning to star in a movie together.
The couple met on the set of ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ in 2005 and Angelina believes the time has come to join forces once more.
Speaking from the red carpet at Sunday (February 26) night’s Oscars, Angelina, 36, said of the collaboration: ”We’re talking about it. We have an idea.”
But the mother-of-six – who wore a black custom-made strapless Atelier Versace velvet gown with a thigh high slit, Salvatore Ferragamo heels and platinum Neil Lane jewellery for the ceremony – insists it will not be a romantic comedy.
She told E! News: ”We don’t know how funny we are. And you never know what you want to see an actual couple do. Sometimes it’s better if they’re not a couple.”
Attending to support Brad – who was nominated for Best Actor for his role in ‘Moneyball’ – Angelina also presented the award for Best Adapted Screen Play to Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash for ‘The Descendants’, and Best Original Screenplay which went to Woody Allen for ‘Midnight in Paris’.
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Making yet another stop on her overseas press tour, Angelina Jolie looked radiant as she took to the red carpet alongside partner Brad Pitt in Paris on Thursday night (February 16).
The 36-year-old actress donned a dashing Ralph & Russo gown as her Gucci clad mate arrived for the French premiere of “In the Land of Blood and Honey”.
The Parisian stop comes after Angelina premiered her directorial work in Sarajevo earlier this week, during which time she told the AP, “I wanted people across the world to watch this movie and say, ‘That is a family like mine, that is a mother like me.’ So when they see a headline that says a bomb went off in Aleppo [in Syria] they think of the characters in this film and they think they are related to them and they maybe feel that much more invested.”
The brunette beauty added, “This film has taught me to love film again because I see what film can do … and I am re-inspired because I was not feeling very inspired as an actress. I was feeling very disheartened.”
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Fresh off of attending the Cinema for Peace Gala in Berlin, globe-trotting power couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were spotted arriving at the Sarajevo airport on Tuesday (February 14).
The trip comes as the “Salt” actress is set to attend the debut screening of her movie “In the Land of Blood and Honey” about the war in Bosnia.
She and her “Fight Club” partner will be attending a press conference while screening the movie in Zetra Olympic center on the Valentine’s Day holiday.
And while 5,000 people are expected at the debut in Sarajevo, it’s being told that Serbs want no part of the film – with Vladimir Ljevar telling The Associated Press, “There is simply no interest for this movie here, so I can’t sell any tickets.”
The sole film distributor added, “The fact that the Serbs are the bad guys in it is the reason why there is no interest. The film is lousy. I watched it. It has had bad reviews. It is unprofitable.”
Brazilian businessman José Victor Oliva said the journalist Leonardo Ferreira (Extra Journal) , who is in negotiations with the agent of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to bring them to Brazil to participate in the carnival.
It is believed that this is fabricated news, because the couple never appeared to know the country and much less during a tumultuous popular festival, which takes place just days before the Oscar ceremony.
Stepping out to honor Hollywood’s main players, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were on-hand for the 23rd Annual Producers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills, California on Saturday night (January 21).
Held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the “Moneyball” stud suited up as his black dress clad partner mingled with fellow guests including actresses Kat and Karen Kramer.
Pitt is among the esteemed names in the running for the night’s top prize of Producer of the year while competing against Thomas Langmann (The Artist); Judd Apatow, Barry Mendel and Clayton Townsend (Bridesmaids); Jim Burke, Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor (The Descendants); Ceán Chaffin and Scott Rudin (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo); Michael Barnathan, Chris Columbus and Brunson Green (The Help); Graham King and Martin Scorsese (Hugo); George Clooney, Grant Heslov and Brian Oliver (The Ides of March); Letty Aronson and Stephen Tenenbaum (Midnight in Paris); and Kathleen Kennedy and Steven Spielberg (War Horse).
Meanwhile, other honorees include Leslie Moonves (Milestone Award), Steven Spielberg (David O. Selznick Achievement Award), Don Mischer (Norman Lear Achievement Award) and Stan Lee (Vanguard Award).