Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly going to collaborate once again.
According to Deadline, the engaged couple are set to work on a new movie project that Jolie's written. If all goes according to plan, Jolie and Pitt would co-star in the film.
There are few other details about the movie, but if it did come to pass it would be the first time Pitt and Jolie starred together since 2005's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
That title showed them to be a powerful on-and-off-screen match: "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" earned $186 million domestically, and stirred all kinds of attention for a burgeoning real life romance.
Brad Pitt's "World War Z" didn't make it to No. 1 on its opening weekend - Disney/Pixar's "Monsters University" beat it to the top of the box office - but Paramount is still pleased enough to think about a follow-up.
The vice chairman for the studio tells The Hollywood Reporter that Paramount "will turn to developing a sequel."
Brad Pitt can't be getting much sleep right now.
The 49-year-old actor is doing a frenzied press tour for his upcoming zombie thriller, "World War Z," jumping from London to Paris to Berlin to Atlanta, Georgia, within one week. And he didn't stop there.
Brad Pitt and fiancee Angelina Jolie aren't stingy with their gifts.
Following Jolie's $50,000 donation via her charity to the Women of the World Foundation, Pitt is writing from his own checkbook to support the efforts of the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBT organization fighting for same-sex marriage.
The original Chanel No. 5 commercial was funny enough, but "Saturday Night Live" of course had to join those mocking Brad Pitt's uber-serious shilling of the women's fragrance.
Taran Killam was the night's Brad Pitt lookalike, with shoulder-length locks and a scruffy beard. The "SNL" actor even matched Pitt's rambling tone as he droned on about journeys, the world turning and plans disappearing.
It all sounded very familiar, until Killam veered off:
The one thing "inevitable" about Chanel No. 5's ad campaign starring Brad Pitt was the reaction.
The Internet has been enthralled with the 30-second clip starring the actor since the brand rolled out its campaign on Monday, with responses varying from "uncomfortable" to "smoldering" to "nonsensical."
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