Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt married in 2000 but divorced five years later. According to sources, Pitt fell in love with Angelina Jolie when they were filming Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2004.
Jennifer Aniston had no issues with her then-husband Brad Pitt filming with other women. However, according to sources, the moment Pitt filmed with Angelina Jolie, he was “gone” immediately.
Things were very tough for Aniston at the time because her 10-year sitcom on NBC, Friends, was ending and Pitt was becoming more distant.
“That was really painful. It was a family, and I don’t do great with families splitting up,” Aniston told Vanity Fair.
“It was hard to have such a wonderful constant in your life, a place to go every day, and then all of a sudden it’s not there.”
The actress added that she tried to reach out to her husband for support. Unfortunately, he was emotionally unavailable for her.
“He just wasn’t there for me,” Aniston added.
Jennifer Aniston met Angelina Jolie once. Their only encounter happened before Jolie and Brad Pitt started filming.
Aniston shared what happened when she met the Maleficent star and revealed what she told her about Pitt.
The Cake star said she pulled over her car and introduced herself to Jolie. She also told her that Pitt was excited to work with her and she hoped they would have a good time.
Jennifer Aniston witnessed how Brad Pitt was slowly slipping out of their marriage after he started filming with Angelina Jolie. Unfortunately, he seemed unaware of it.
Pitt and Jolie even posed for W magazine’s 60-page spread that featured them as a mid-century married couple. The move raised eyebrows because it happened shortly after his split from Aniston.
The Murder Mystery actress knew that Pitt didn’t want to rub something on her face. However, she admitted that he was somehow “insensitive.”
“There’s a sensitivity chip that’s missing,” she added.
On the other hand, Aniston also called Jolie “uncool.” The remarks came after Jolie’s interview where she confessed that she couldn’t wait to get to work to see Pitt on set.
“There was stuff printed that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening,” Aniston said.
“I felt those details were a little inappropriate to discuss. That stuff about how she couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool.”
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