Real-life lovers Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will hit the big screen together for the first time in nine years since starring in 2005’s “Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Deadline reported.
The pair is set to allegedly star opposite each other as the lead roles for a film with a script written by Jolie.
“It’s in the early talking stages and nothing is solidified,” Deadline added.
If Jolie, 38, and Pitt, 50, do in fact share the screen again it will no doubtingly be a special moment for the A-listers as their last project is famously known for starting their high-profile romance.
“Not a lot of people get to see a movie where their parents fell in love,” Jolie told the New York Times in a 2008 interview about first meeting her beau on set.
Pitt was married to “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston during the filming of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” Shortly after the movie wrapped, the two went on to divorce in January 2005 after five years of marriage.
At the time, Aniston responded to Jolie’s admission that she fell for Pitt while he was still married as “inappropriate” and “uncool.”
Pitt and Jolie first went public with their relationship in April 2005 when the duo were photographed with Jolie’s adopted son Maddox on a beach in Kenya.
The couple are now engaged and share six children together.