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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to work on new movie together

HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 02: Actors Brad Pitt (L) and Angelina Jolie attend the Oscars held at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
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Fans of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have been waiting for over ten years for a new movie that features both Brad and Angelina. However, it appears that fans’ wait may be coming to an end. A Monday story by MTV reveals that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are going to be working on a new project together.

Not surprisingly, this story has sent shockwaves throughout the internet, and it quickly became one of the heaviest trending topics of the day. Unfortunately, there is not much information currently available about the film. In fact, outside of the information that both Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be working on the film together, there is practically nothing available, but this should not be surprising. Brad Pitt and Jolie both have a history of keeping their projects ultra secretive, and a project this big would surely be treated with knit gloves by these two superstars.

The last film that featured both Brad and Angelina was “Mr. & Mrs. Smith”. In fact, this was the film that united these two superstars as a couple, and it lead to years of rivalry between fans of Angelina and Jennifer Aniston. The success of “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” has led many fans to openly wonder if the film will be a sequel to the action romantic comedy.

Unfortunately, fans hoping for a “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” sequel may be disappointed. One of the few details known about the film is that it was written by Angelina Jolie. The idea that she would write a sequel for “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” seems completely illogical. Regardless, there is little doubt that the film will be major success at the box office.

The Independent observes in a Monday Story that Brad and Angelina have purposefully avoided working on a project together since they got married. Do you think this was a wise choice? Are they making a mistake by breaking this rule now?

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