Monday, October 22, 2007

Brad And Angelina's Next Project Together

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are already partners on a handful of huge projects – namely Maddox, Shiloh, Zahara and Pax – but now the pair are going into business together. Brad and Angie are teaming up for their first producing project, a new series for HBO, according to the Hollywood Reporter. And it's a subject close to their hearts: The untitled drama will go behind the scenes of an international aid organization and follow workers who put their lives in danger to help others. The series is being written by Scott Burns, who co-wrote The Bourne Ultimatum and produced Al Gore's Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth. After spending some family time in New York (where Brad also filmed his new movie Burn After Reading), the couple recently returned to Los Angeles, where Angie is filming The Changeling with Clint Eastwood.

In other Brangelina news:

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are looking for a house in Europe so that their four children and future offspring can have a "broad vision of the world," the actor said in a interview published Sunday. "While we are very nomadic, we would like to have a base in Europe. More attention is paid here to what is going on in the world and it is easier to get to Africa and Asia from here," he told XL Semanal, the weekly magazine supplement of the ABC newspaper. "We want our children to have a broad vision of the world. Spain, Italy and France have lots of quality of life and that is healthy," he added. So that will probably mean less sightings of those cute kids.


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