It seems, for now, does not exist a third person in the history of divorce requested by Angelina Jolie. But rumors of a Brangelina crisis had begun this summer while Brad Pitt was on the set of Allied, the new movie by Robert Zemeckis. Pictures of Brad Pitt with French actress Marion Cotillard had unleashed gossip. The film is finished, it will be in the theaters from November 23 and at the Milan Fashion Week the first images are presented. Allied tells the story of the secret service officer Max Vatan (Brad Pitt), who met in 1942 in North Africa, the French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Marion Cotillard) in a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Gathered in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war.
It is very curious that the advertising material of Allied has been released the next day from the news of the divorce of the century, as it has been defined. On the other hand, Marion Cotillard could not be the cause of the divorce. Brad Pitt, instead, is “under investigation in Los Angeles for alleged verbal and physical abuse” on her children, and it was this cause of the divorce from Angelina Jolie. It is a report in the TMZ gossip site that has managed the investigation of the LAPD and the department childhood and family of Los Angeles. But states that “we do not know anything specific, we assume that the abuses were physical and verbal.”
Marion Cotillard has achieved international renown for her collaborations with directors such as Tim Burton, Ridley Scott, Christopher Nolan, Woody Allen. In 2007, her portrayal of singer Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose earned, among other awards, the Academy Award for Best Actress (the first ever for a performance in the French language), the BAFTA to the best actress, César Award for best actress and the Golden Globe for best actress in a musical or comedy. In 2015 she received a second Oscar nomination for best actress for her role in Two Days, One Night of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.