For those of you who have already purchased your wedding gifts for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, or believed any of those revived marriage rumors, you might want to head on back to the store. In an interview for January's Vogue Magazine, Jolie reveals that she still has no plans on marrying that hunky Brad Pitt. She told Vogue, "We've both been married before, so it's not marriage that necessarily kept some people together. We are legally bound to our children, not to each other, and I think that's the most important thing."
In more exciting news, Jolie finally talked about the beginning of her relationship to Pitt. She told Vogue, "I didn't know much about exactly where Brad was in his personal life [when they met on the set of "Smith"]. But it was clear he was with his best friend, someone he loves and respects." Jolie said that during the filming of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, she and Pitt shared "a close emotional bond" and that it was only at the end of filming that Jolie says the two realized they had a lot bigger issues than just being co-stars to tackle. She adds, "And it took until, really, the end of the shoot for us, I think, to realize that it might mean something more than we'd earlier allowed ourselves to believe," Jolie said. "And both knowing that the reality of that was a big thing, something that was going to take a lot of serious consideration." Even with this admission, Jolie still swears up and down that she and Pitt remained buddies until his split with Aniston became official telling Vogue, "Not as exciting as what a lot of people would like to believe." "We spent a lot of time contemplating and thinking and talking about what we both wanted in life and realized that we wanted very, very similar things." "And then we just continued to take time. We remained very, very good friends - with this realization - for a long time." "And then life developed in a way where we could be together, where it felt like something we would do, we should do."
The best part of the interview is when Jolie says she would be open to sitting down and talking with Jennifer Aniston, but only if Jen was the one to do the inviting. She said, "I did [once meet Aniston], but it was not a proper meeting. We've, like, passed each other and said 'hi' briefly, shook hands. But not a real sit-down-and-talk kind of meeting." "That would be her decision [for a long sit-down], and I would welcome it."
Could. You. Imagine???