Brad Pitt Wants To Finalize Angelina Jolie's Filed Divorce To Get Access To His Kids

You can never fool Mr. Smith (Brad Pitt). After an interview with Angelina Jolie where she talks about her divorce and splitting up, the World War Z actor is outwardly "disappointed" by the whole interview thing. Read on below on what Brad Pitt thinks about Jolie's BBC World interview.

Brad Pitt Wanted To Conclude The Filed Divorce Appeal Of Angelina Jolie

Brad wanted to get things settled. He wanted that the divorce be finalized so he can proceed to file a proper guardianship agreement between him and Jolie. Brad wants fair dealings with his children namely Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and the twins Vivienne and Knox.

Then, Hollywood Life contacted Brad's publicist and asked about the matter but they didn't give any comment on the issue.

Aside from his annulment issue, Brad Pitt made headlines recently when he made a surprise attendance at the Golden Globes. He went on to present the film "Moonlight" looking spirited in his suit and neat haircut. Everybody was waiting and wanting him to speak up about his split with Jolie. However, no breakups were mentioned.

The Brangelina Divorce

Brangelina's breakup was the talk in 2016 and it hasn't ended until today. Both sides have kept silent on the matter with either side sporadically giving out comments here and there. But it was yesterday's interview with BBC World that the public knew Jolie's side and what she thought about the divorce.

Jolie and her six kids were at Cambodia for the premiere of directed film "First They Killed My Father". It was her first public appearance ever since news about splitting with Brad Pitt broke out.

In the BBC World interview, Jolie stated on how she was having a tough time. She teared up as she spoke about it but she also added how she's doing well now and everything is settling in place.Jolie's plans are to focus more on family and her kids. And it seems that Brad has the same thing in mind too, reported Hollywood Life. With a bit of luck, whatever comes out of this custody agreement is for the good of both parents and their children.

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