In an "Extra" exclusive interview in Sarajevo, Angelina Jolie hints to Jerry Penacoli she may finally be ready to marry Brad Pitt.
Pitt and Jolie once said they would get married only when everyone would have an equal right to unite in matrimony. Penacoli brought up that Prop 8 had been overturned in California, so are she and Brad any closer? Angelina smiled, "Maybe."
The kids might also be a contributing factor to a Brangelina wedding. "They figured out what marriage is now, they're old enough so now they kind of like the idea of it," said Jolie. "But we're still convinced that half of them just want to party."
The always gorgeous Jennifer Aniston is on the March cover of InStyle magazine, talking about her new love, Justin Theroux, and answering questions from readers, like, "What's the most annoying misconception about you?"
There are "so many misconceptions" about her life, Aniston explained. "I would say the triangle with my ex-husband -- and that there's a feud there. It's constant. It's a story headline that won't go away, but it's a money thing -- [people make money off] a story that has nothing to do with reality."
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli caught up with nominee George Clooney at the 2012 Oscars luncheon, where he said he'd be a great babysitter if his pal Brad Pitt ever asked him to watch the Brangelina brood.
"I'd be very good at it. Sure. I played a doctor on television. I was a pediatrician," joked Clooney.
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While the rest of America was fixated on Sunday's Super Bowl game, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took their 3-year-old twins, Vivienne and Knox, to a matinee showing of "The Tramp" at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood.
According to X17Online, Brangelina and their adorable twins headed into the theater with bodyguards in tow, while the rest of the brood stayed home.
Brad Pitt appeared on "Inside the Actors Studio" and spoke about an ingenious prank he pulled on George Clooney while filming "Oceans 11" in Italy.
Pitt admitted he tried to get other members from the cast involved, saying, "I tried to get other guys like [Matt] Damon and [Don] Cheadle to come in with me, and they were like, 'No, man! No! I ain't touchin' that one!'" Watch the video to find out Pitt's prank.
After getting away with the prank, Brad alluded to Clooney seeking revenge, and said, "I knew something bad was gonna happen, by me doing this, so I came up with a second one... and I thought about a preemptive strike, but it was so ugly. Whatever he's got (pointing to George's picture), this is uglier. This is so bad. It's so bad, I don't know if I can do it."
Brad Pitt, who received a Best Actor nomination for "Moneyball," alongside pal George Clooney, nominated for his role in "The Descendants," offered a solution for the Academy Award campaign.
On Wednesday, Pitt appeared on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," and suggested that the Oscars start participating in negative campaigning, similar to the presidential candidates. "I thought about it. Clooney took Iowa, New Hampshire. Jean [Dujardin] took South Carolina. Florida would probably go to [Gary] Oldman... I gotta get in there and mix it up a bit I think."
If you are a celebrity, it can cost between $70K-$130K for a good nanny, $500K for expert security and nearly $900K to stay young looking.
New York magazine recently broke down some of the expenses incurred - and gained - if you are a Hollywood A-lister. Here are a few examples. Read more at NewYorkMagazine.com!