Angie And Brad Wow ‘Em

Tabloids have Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt heading for a split. As Jolie and Pitt arrive in Cannes, as far as appearances go, nothing could be further from the truth.

Brad and Angie hit the red carpetJolie walked the Cannes red carpet in a Versace Atelier gown that had her at her most glamorous. She did not appear pregnant — something tabloids have also contended.

Pitt is in Cannes to promote his new Quentin Tarantino film Inglorious Bastards.

Pitt and Jolie hit the tonight last night with the cast and crew of Basterds including Diane Kruger, her boyfriend Joshua Jackson, Emile Hirsch and of course, Tarantino — ever the ring leader.

Jolie's visit to Cannes came after she stopped by the Hague where she wore her UN Goodwill Ambassador hat. Jolie was on hand for the prosecution of warlord Thomas Lubanga who is charged with using and recruiting child soldiers.

Tonight's premiere in Cannes brought all the stars out for the worldwide debut of Inglorious Basterds.

Word is that Pitt and Jolie could not keep their hands off one another. Those two are truly putting those silly break-up rumors to bed.

Interrupting the couple to introduce himself was Edward himself from Twilight, Robert Pattinson. Apparently the Jolie-Pitt kids are big fans.

Who could forget Angie's appearance at last year's Cannes festival where she was weeks away from giving birth to twins?

Whether eight-and-a-half months pregnant or dazzling the red carpet on "date night" with Brad, Angelina Jolie always rules Cannes with high glamour.

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Comments on "Angelina Jolie at Cannes"

chris June 07, 2009 | 8:50 PM

she is insanely beautiful, an amazing woman - Brad is a lucky man, and looks like he knows it.

Hagbard Celine May 20, 2009 | 5:21 PM

Jolie is a knock-out as always. Mainly I'd like to comment about the film, which I love already. I mean, WWII is always without fail cinema gold. This is, without question, the most important period in recorded history and that fact will NEVER change. The evil German thing will never get old. Personally, I think they need an additional award ceremony celebrating the 100's of movies depicting this time period that come out every year. Yearly Oscar's and other awards are simply not enough to truly reward those with the courage to focus on this period in history.

who? May 20, 2009 | 5:03 PM

freaks. no one cares......wish the media knew.

justme May 20, 2009 | 5:01 PM

you gotta be kidding? ajp is nuts.

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