Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie wouldn’t be thrilled to know there will be a TV reboot Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
The iconic film is the first project Brad Pitt and Jolie starred in years ago.
‘Mr. And Mrs. Smith’s reboot in progress
A few weeks ago, Amazon announced its decision to launch a new series centered around the two main characters of Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
The roles of married assassins were given to Phoebe Waller-Bride and Donald Glover.
In the film, Pitt and Jolie played the roles of a married couple who also work as assassins.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt not thrilled with reboot
Now, Woman’s day alleges exes are furious at the news of a reboot.
“They have a somewhat bruised ego when they see their characters reinvented by young stars. There even had to be a sequel. They could still be together if they had made a Mr. and Mrs. Smith following instead of this horrible By the sea film, ”the source said.
The insider also claimed that Pitt and Jolie are not thrilled to know there is a possibility that they will be brought back into the hype surrounding their former roles.
“And the last thing they want is to remember those golden times. Certainly not when they’re in the middle of a horrific ongoing divorce, ”the source said.
Brad Pitt, custody battle for Angelina Jolie
If it is true that a Mr. and Mrs. Smith the film is in preparation, Brad Pitt and Jolie have not reacted to the news.
As such, there’s no way for the tabloid to know the ex’s thoughts on the project.
Jolie and Pitt have remained silent on their ongoing custody battle, which they are currently focusing on.
Last year it was revealed that the Maleficent star was trying to eliminate some of the key people in her case.
The exes today
Earlier this month, Jolie also spoke with British Vogue about her life at home with her six children. She said her children have grown up to be wonderful individuals.
As for Brad Pitt, he has not conducted interviews in recent weeks. Last year, reports revealed that he and Nicole Poturalski called on him to quit.
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