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Brad And Angelina Not Likely To Work Together Again

When we think of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, we picture the ultimate Hollywood couple–it seems like they’ve been together forever, and it’s hard to imagine them with anyone else. But then we remember how–and when–the two first hooked up, and our memory is jogged back to Brad and Jennifer Aniston, the ultimate Hollywood couple of the 90s.

That’s right, for those who don’t recall, Brad and Angie met while filming 2005’s Mr. and Mrs. Smith–when Pitt was still married to Aniston. Fast forward to 2010, and the “new” couple are now officially the Jolie-Pitts, complete with six kids. So, would the pair work together again since their infamous union back then? “Of course, of course,” Jolie said.

But it’s not quite that simple, either. “I think when you are a real couple, [there are] some things audiences prefer to see real couples do, and some things they really don’t like to see real couples do, so you have to be very careful,” she told AFP.

And of course, there’s the whole thing of them being parents to a rather large brood. Jolie said that both she and Pitt work much less than they did before they had kids, so that they can devote time to being parents. Before filming her upcoming film Salt, Jolie was off for a year and a half traveling and spending time with her kids. And she plans to continue that pattern, taking more time off now that Salt is complete.

But when it does come to the possibility of working with Pitt, Jolie insists she would not get sick of him. “I’d like to do everything with him; I love to be just with him…I don’t think it is a risk for us, we have fun doing everything together,” she said.

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