A new report claiming Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will attempt to "rekindle their romance" during a "secret reunion" in London next year is completely made-up. Gossip Cop looked into the supposed plans for a reconciliation and we can exclusively set the record straight.
"Brangelina Back Together: Inside Pitt & Jolie Secret Reunion With The Whole Family!" reads a new RadarOnline headline. The accompanying article says the estranged spouses are both expected to shoot movies in London early next year, so now "they're planning a top-secret meeting." Pitt is attached to star in World War Z 2, while Jolie is currently prepping for Maleficent 2, prompting a supposed "insider" to tell the site, "Brad and Angie are both well aware that they are headed on a collision course for filming blockbuster sequels."
The outlet's questionable source continues, "The upside of all of this is that the family is going to have one big chance to be together for an extended period of time... This is going to be a whole new world, and an easier one too because they will be able to co-parent while still making these huge blockbuster movies on alternating schedules." The seemingly nonexistent insider goes on to say the exes will also spend their downtime trying to repair their marriage, adding, "If this doesn't get them back together for real, I don't think anything will."
The first problem with the webloid's bogus article is that World War Z 2 is still in the early stages of development and nowhere near ready to go into production. In fact, director David Fincher revealed in an interview earlier this month that there's no script ready yet. The crew isn't scouting locations in London when there isn't even a completed screenplay. As for Jolie's Maleficent sequel, Gossip Cop has learned the Disney movie is also still being written. Although it's possible that both sequels will get underway sometime next year, neither project is scheduled to shoot in London at of yet.
Regardless, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to Pitt, who exclusively swears up and down on background that the site's story is simply "not true." Our impeccable insider notes that if the actor truly wanted to have a "reunion" with Jolie, he wouldn't need to have a film shoot in London. And that's true, since it's been widely reported that Jolie's new home is just minutes away from Pitt's house.
Of course, RadarOnline is the same untrustworthy outlet that Gossip Cop recently busted for falsely claiming Pitt believed Jolie was casting "voodoo spells" on him. Shortly before that nonsense, we called out the webloid for wrongly reporting Pitt and Jolie secretly split two years before announcing their divorce. This latest article surrounding the estranged spouses is similarly phony.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.