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Brad Pitt on 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith': Great Collaboration Turned Into Greater Collaboration

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Sep. 15 2011, Published 5:48 a.m. ET

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Brad Pitt is opening up in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly about his career highlights and one of them is Mr. & Mrs. Smith — where he met Angelina Jolie.

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Brad famously fell in love with Angie while filming Mr. & Mrs. Smith and doesn't shy away from discussing their chemistry in his new interview with Entertainment Weekly.

“A husband and wife who actually want to kill each other — I thought that was a launching pad for something really fun and vibrant," Brad explained. "Again, that was something we were developing as we were going along, and Angie’s a great partner in that."

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And that's not all he had to say about his now real-life partner and mother of his children, Angie.

"We work really well together. We had some good workshops beforehand. Had some good laughs and ideas," the Moneyball actor said. "That was just a great collaboration that turned into a greater collaboration.”

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So, will Brad and Angie ever do a movie together again?

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Well, the couple has a rule that they never work on projects at the same time so that one can be with the children. However, Brad would like to change that rule.

“We should be doing them together — that’s what we should be doing," he said. "We should be doing everything together, and then we could work less. We could have more time off.”

Do you like reading more about how Brad and Angie met on set? Or do you think it's still insensitive to his then-wife, Jennifer Aniston?

For more of Brad's interview, pick up the new issue of EW on stands Friday!

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