Brad Pitt supposedly has a long list of actresses with whom he promises never to work again, and it’s no surprise that Angelina Jolie is on that list. Other purportedly names, though, are more disturbing than others.
Pitt, according to In Touch Weekly, appreciates everyone he has worked with. And he was extremely pleased to have worked with Margot Robbie and Cate Blanchett. The same cannot be said for Angelina Jolie and George Clooney.
According to a source, there is a reason why Pitt and Clooney haven’t participated in another film together in decades. And it’s rumored that the A-listers had a falling out.
An unnamed informant claimed:
“Brad and George are trying to bury the hatchet. There’s even talk of them working on another film together in the near future. So, just because someone may be on the list doesn’t mean he or she will stay there forever.”
According to the insider, Pitt will never delete Jolie’s name off his [expletive] list. After all, the actress continues to make Pitt’s life a living misery.
The tattler added:
“She’s still putting him through hell by trying to prevent him from having joint custody of their six kids.”
Gwyneth Paltrow, Johnny Depp, Courteney Cox, Marion Cotillard, Shia Labeouf, Edward Norton, and others are reportedly on Pitt’s list.
However, the statements of the tabloid should be taken with a grain of salt. As of yet, there is no evidence that Pitt has a list of persons he refuses to work with. After all, the actor never mentioned such a list. And it was just a few weeks ago that his Bullet Train co-star made the shocking accusation.
However, regardless matter whether she is on the list or not, Pitt is unlikely to work with Jolie again because the exes are still not on good terms. In truth, Jolie and Pitt have not reached an agreement over their children’s custody.
The A-listers announced their breakup six years ago, but their custody fight appears to be dragging on because of Jolie. And Pitt feels that his ex-wife is waiting until all of their children are grown before deciding whether or not they want to be with their father.