Then I heard the rumor that they're divorcing because he's having an affair with Marion "Lady Macbeth" Cotillard, and now we've got something to talk about!
In case you missed it, here's our review of the 2015 Macbeth starring Cotillard and Michael Fassbender.
Although Pitt and Cotillard are apparently working together on a new project that hasn't come out yet, who knows? Maybe he saw her in that and liked the whole Shakespeare vibe. I can't find any Shakespeare in Pitt's biography, but I do see that Gwynneth Paltrow, who went on to win an Oscar for Shakespeare in Love, claims that after he broke up with her she was almost too distraught to audition for the role (item #10).
Perhaps Brad never knew that Ms. Jolie has some Shakespeare in her past as well? No, I'm not talking about Cyborg 2 or Hackers, both classics in their own right. Nor do I mean her epic Cleopatra project that was the star of the Sony email debacle a few years back.
I'm talking about Love is All There Is, a 1990's Romeo and Juliet re-telling set in an Italian restaurant in the Bronx. Angelina plays our Juliet. It also happens to be available in full on YouTube.
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(Trivia -- looks like Paul Sorvino is in this, and then again in Romeo+Juliet just a couple of years later. Apparently as a palate cleanser. :))