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Brad Pitt: What Angelina & I Should Be Doing

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are, unambiguously, one stunning power-couple. And with their gaggle of kids -- six and counting -- staging paint fights and creating their own unique style, they're most definitely the most famous celebrity parents, too (seriously, Kate Gosselin).

Having hit it off -- while trying to kill each other on screen -- in "Mr. and. Mrs. Smith," Pitt tells Entertainment Weekly that they shouldn't just be co-parents, they should once again be co-stars. "We should be doing [movies] together," he tells the magazine. "That's what we should be doing. We should be doing everything together, and then we could work less. We could have more time off."

Of course, they'd have to establish some more creative trust; Jolie told Vanity Fair that, as she was working on her directorial debut, "In the Land of Blood and Honey," she wasn't quite confident in her life partner's input. Since they love each other and all, of course.

"He'd come in and say what he liked or what he didn't understand," she remembered. "Like any woman, I would listen to most of it and fight a few things. He's been so supportive. But it's hard to separate the person that loves you from the critic, so I don't think he's a fair judge."

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