Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Working On Second Film Together
Last seen starring in a movie together back in 2005 for “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” Hollywood royalties, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, are reportedly going to Malta in August 2014 to start filming a new movie. Read on to learn more about this story.
According to US Weekly, the couple is set to go back to Malta by the end of August to begin working on their second film together, which has been described as a simple love story written by a 39-year-old. Jolie talked about this movie while promoting “Maleficent” last May 2014 via ExtraTV.com, saying that the upcoming film is “very experimental,” with roles that the famous couple don’t usually get to be cast in.
While details are still scarce, the location for the shoot is reportedly going to be at Malta’s Mgarr ix-Xini Bay in Gozo, which has a secluded beach and offers great scenery for underwater photography. The Prime Minister of Malta has already released a statement confirming that Jolie and Pitt will be doing the project there.
“I’m happy that Hollywood producers have once again chosen Malta for their project, and we will be delighted to host Mr. Pitt, Ms. Jolie, and their family for the second time in just a few years,” said the Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat in the Us Weekly report.
The Jolie-Pitt family previously made the country their temporary home while Brad was filming “World War Z” in 2011. For this new project, the whole family is expected to stay in Malta for at least eight weeks.
The still untitled new movie reportedly does not have the same bells and whistles as their last film, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” which reportedly earned $478 million at the box office. But its feel is the type that the couple would like to work on, offering something new for the fans of Brangelina.
And that’s the latest on Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who will be working on a new movie together again after 2005. For more celebrity news, TV show updates and movie information, keep following the stories here on Movie News Guide (MNG).
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