“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli caught up with Brad Pitt while the star was promoting his new World War II film “Fury” in Washington D.C. Brad opened up to Jerry about life as a newlywed, what it’s like to call Angelina Jolie his wife, and more.
When asked, “Is it still weird for you to hear ‘wife’? Pitt revealed, “No, it’s actually you know it was something we thought we’d do for the kids and family but certainly walked away with, it means something, it’s not just a piece of paper. I thought we were as deep as you could get with six kids. And it upped the ante.”
And on shooting “By The Sea in Malta” in Malta with wife Angelina, who wrote the film’s script, Brad shared, “It’s a completely dysfunctional honeymoon, it’s an elegant kind of European sparse story that she has written about a dysfunctional couple. Really it’s about grief, it’s about a couple dealing with grief, and it’s quite beautiful and interesting. And yes this is our honeymoon. It’s not a bad place to be, I’ll tell you that.”
Speaking of honeymoons, as for pal George Clooney’s wedding, Brad did not attend and when asked if he thought Clooney was mad, Brad shared, “I don’t think so.” Brad added, “I sent him a gift early. I’m all right. I’m covered.”
“Fury” premieres in theaters nationwide tomorrow, October 17th.
Even though he is married, I still love him (but not in a creepy kind of way anymore), even though he will never love me back. Sigh. Those fantasies are dunzo.