When Brad Pitt was on Zach Galifianakis web series "Between Two Ferns, he was quoted this question, "Tell me what I was like the first time that you laid eyes on Angelina. Was it like one of those classical love stories, like when, I don't know, Ross first saw Rachel? You know that show, 'Friends?' Have you seen it?"
Pitt simply said he likes the song "I'll Be There For You" by The Rembrandt, which is the theme song of the NBC sitcom "Friends" that once featured the "Fury" star as a guest star.
Billy Bob Thornton revealed Angelina Jolie's past. He told the Hollywood Reporter: "Angie came home one day with…you know those lockets you buy that are clear and you put a picture of your granny in it or something like that and wear it around your neck? That’s what it was. She bought two of those."
"We were apart a lot because she's off making Tomb Raider and I'm making Monster’s Ball. We were on opposite ends, we see each other for two weeks and whatever."
"She thought it would be interesting and romantic if we took a little razorblade and sliced our fingers, smeared a little blood on these lockets and you wear it around your neck just like you wear your son or daughter’s baby hair in one. Same thing."
Brad Pitt compares his move, Fury with his wife Angelina Jolie's Unbroken.
"She made an incredible movie; it’s big and her film is about the triumph of the human spirit against tremendous odds. I see the films as distinctly different, I see ours more of a day in the life of a family, three and a half years into war, that have been through Africa, France, Belgium, and now they are in Germany. And again, hers is something different. Hers is Louis Zamperini, this boy who came from nothing and against really great odds and it’s a triumph of the human spirit and it’s very inspiring in that way. But we are not pitted against each other and I hope it gets everything ... It’s worth seeing."
RALPH & Russo felt honour to design dress for Angelina Jolie where she attended ceremony to obtained her honorary damehood from the Queen on Friday.
Designer Tamara Ralph told Vogue.co.uk: "It was an absolute honour for Angelina Jolie to ask us to create her outfit for such a momentous and meaningful event.
"With Ralph & Russo being a British couture house, it was befitting that she chose to wear one of our creations to Buckingham Palace. The dove-grey wool-crepe suit was perfectly suited to the occasion; simple, elegant and refined."