Darren Aronofsky's 'Tiger' Could Reunite Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
There might not be another "Mr and Mrs Smith" movie but that does not mean people cannot see Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie working together again. Speaking to Spanish website Quien, scribe Guillermo Arriaga hints that the "Wanted (2008)" beauty is going to join her living partner Pitt in "The Tiger".
Pitt has been previously attached to take a lead role in the film that will be Darren Aronofsky's next directorial project. Jolie, meanwhile, had not been linked to "The Tiger" before and Arriaga does not clearly mention her part though many suggest that she will also star in the movie.
Arriaga, who is writing the script for "The Tiger" based on a non-fiction book by John Vaillant entitled "The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival", says that he will begin scouting location later this year. "These days I'm traveling to New York to lend clarity to the last detail, in November would be doing a tour of Siberia to check locations," he explains.
The story will follow an animal activist who must protect the small Siberian town he is in when a tiger begins attacking its inhabitants. Pitt and Aronofsky are additionally among the board of producers along with Mark Heyman, Ari Handel, Jeremy Kleiner and Dede Gardner.
Brad Pitt is currently in production for "Moneyball" and is set to star in "World War Z". As for Angelina Jolie, she is busy preparing her directorial debut with a movie about Bosnian war love story while waiting the release of her starring-film "The Tourist".
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