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they've tackled it all together. so what went wrong? >> do you think this will have a happy ending? >> their six kids, why she's asking for full custody. >> i love being a mommy. i love my kids. >> the cheating allegations, new details and the clues we saw early on. >> if it doesn't work it's the worst honeymoon ever. >> no show has been with brangelina more than "e.t." >> you get marriee, happiest time of your life and on the brinof >> to the bitter end. >> stop it! stop it! enough! ?? >> now for september 20, 2016, this is "entertainment tonight." >> it is quite possibly the biggest divorce in hollywood history, angelina jolie files to end her marriage with brad pitt. >> information continues to emerge. we have new details and insight into what led to their surprising split.
being a great father and a great man. >> when we're not with the kids we tend to just go to bed. >> what did you go for new year's? >> private. >> angelina filed the divorce papers late yesterday. she cited irreconcilable differences and one of her attorneys said the decision was made, quote, with the help of the family. >> this split was a long time coming. they've been fighting for the last year. they haven't slept in the same bed for a big chunk of that and the last time they were in new rooms in their hotel and were on their total own schedules. >> pitt released a statement saying i am saddened by this, but what matters most now is the well-being of our kids and i kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time. >> so were there signs of trouble? >> brad and angie! >> this was brad and angie, upbeat and glamorous on the red carpet during their last big public appearance together. it was november of last year at the opening night premiere of
>> they played an unhappy couple trying to repair their marriage. angelina directed and they started shooting it five days after they secretly tied the knot. >> how is it that you get married happiest time of your life and you go off and do this? >> a couple on the brink of disaster? >> how crazy was that? >> it was good times and we came out stronger on the other end. >> it's heavy and a lot of fighting and it's pretty ugly and we had thought if we can do it way and that open as artists and you push through and you really get closer and learn something. >> the other question, what caused the split?" the new york post" is reporting brad cheated on angie and brad's reps did not reply to our requests for comment. >> there has ben speculation that angelina wanted to quit hollywood and she wanted to focus her time on humanitarian work and charity work overseas and brad likes the hollywood lifestyle and a source close to
that the couple struggled with parenting issues and he thought the six children needed structure and angelina, her parenting style is more freeform. >> so the question now is what about the children? angelina's requested full physical custody which means all six kids would live with her. brad would be allowed visits and sleepovers. >> in my opinion, her filing for full physical custody in such a high profile matter is obnoxious because i think it's sending a message that she's going time as she deems appropriate. does it mean that he's a bad dad? no. does it mean that she wants to exercise more control? yes. is that necessarily appropriate? i don't know. what a court looks at is brad's presence. is he child centered? these are factors the court would consider in making a decision. >> if you weren't an actor what would yoo be? >> i think i'd just be home being a mom more. i love being a mommy. i love my kids.
beginning, the children have always been the priority. >> it was morning as usual, playing with the kids and getting breakfast and yeah, trying to get ready. >> we've gone out peeed on without empeople knowing. >> we jumped into being a family first and that's the biggest commitment anyway. it doesn't feel like anything is lacking. >> in fact, brad and angelina only said "i do" because their children kept asking them to. their drawings decorated the train of angie's gown when they wed in 2014. >> they've got a lot of crazy ideas and they'll decide how it's done, i'm sure. >> angelina did file for joint legal custody which means brad will say on how the kids will be raised, but how will it affect the family. >> the older children can handle more of the real story and for
neutral explanation so the children know they will beloved no matter what and even though the circumstances are changing. they can have a very solid relationship with each parent. ?? ?? >> the couple have a reported $400 million to divide and there doesn't appear to be a prenup. >> it's pretty amazing to think that two people that have become two successful in their own right have not entered into a prenuptial aen about love in the reported values are surprising. >> chateau mir val, an estate in the south of france and a winery. >> it's not exactly the biggest source of income and maybe one day it will be, but now it's a vanity project. >> in italy worth $41 million. a $16 million home in west london, a $5.6 million mansion in new orleans.
los angeles he purchased long before angelina. >> brad pitt bought his home for $1.7 million back in 1994. you have got to imagine that that is worth a whole lot more money today. >> a 120,000-acre wild life preserve in cambodia. >> brad and angelina purchased the property as a charity to the community and wanted to keep poachers off the land there. >> brad is reported $260 million, angelina, $160 >> he has a production company plan b so he has quite an enterprise there. angelina jolie is commanding anywhere from $15 million to $20 million a movie and she's involved in some cases in the writing and direction of these films. >> now let's look at their relationship timeline. it's brad and angelina's love rewind. we all remember this, 200 4 the beginning of filming for "mr. and mrs. smith.
jennifer aniston, jolie denied hooking up with him at the time. cut to 2005, in january aniston and pitt announced they were separating and she files for dworth three months later. april, pitt and jolie are first snapped together with jolie's son maddox and that summer "w" magazine depicts them as a happy family. aniston not happy saying there is a sensitivity chip missing because they were not yet from ethiopia. >> i feel a strong connection to orphans and kids around the world. >> january 2006 angie confirms she's pregnant with brad's daughter shiloh and soon after pitt adopts maddox and zahara changing their names to jolie-pitt. >> father of three now, i believe? >> three. yeah. >> the jolie-pitt family would expand again in march 2007 after
everywhere they went the frenzy followed. >> it doesn't feel much different for us because we usually have a camera following us every day. >> brad would stand by angelina through her mother's death. >> there is a lot of love in our home and i remind myself of that any time i think of what i've lost so i feel very lucky. >> in may of 2008 the couple ashls announces they're having twins, knox and vivienne are born in france on july 12, 2008. >> how is the family? how's everyone's healthy and everyone's great. >> floor forward in 2012, in april the pair get engaged and in february of the following year angelina took a brave step by undergoing a preventive double mastectomy. brad stood by her throughout. >> whatever's got to be done to keep the family together and keep the family together as long as possible is going to be done. >> cut to august 2014, they sealed their love tying the
was unsure she would ever tie the knot again. >> it would be wonderful, but i'm not counting on that. >> you saw a little bit of about where brad and angie's romance began. later tonight we're taking you back to the set of "mr. and mrs. smith." >> romantic in a very weird way. >> what angelina told us then about marriage that will make you say hmmm tonight. >> then we are hanging out in her dad kurt russell after their new movie together and are they including mom goldie hawn in their next family film? >> they say never work with your family, and you know, we're not listening. >> first, someone's going to go home tonight on "dancing with the stars," could it be ryan lochte? >> it got off to a rough start. i saw so many mistakes. >> pro partner sheryl burke with the final performance of the night.
scores of the judges, a 24 out of 40 and because of last week's ambush the show added six more security guards among the audience. >> did you watch the incident back last week? >> i don't want to. i don't want to recap that just because i'll start getting down on myself. whether we get kicked off or not i'm still going to -- i enjoyed every moment of this. >> if this was your last dance, what did you learn from this i asked my dentist if an electric toothbrush was going to clean better than a manual... he said sure, but don't just get any one. go pro with oral-b. oral-b's rounded brush head cups your teeth to break up plaque and rotates to sweep it away. and oral-b crossaction delivers a clinically proven superior clean vs. sonicare diamondclean. my mouth feels super clean! oral-b. know you're getting a superior clean.
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how are you doing it? >> you are fortunate enough to do this for a living. >> this is a very important movie. we want to honor the men and women of the deepwater horizon and we want to make everybody proud. >> deepwater horizon is the name of the rig that exploded in the gulf of mexico and they're strong talk about a tough subject and the stars have been having some fun. >> we're in new orleans. >> we're in new orleans! >> the big easy means party and kit and her pa kurt russell have been hitting the hot spots. you to have the partner in crime? it's great and makes it much more fun. >> last night we were out until the wee hours, and it's fun when you're with your daughter and having a good time. >> this is just a nice moment for us to spend some real time together and have conversations without being interrupted by one of my millions of brothers and it's, like, you know? i have my daddy all it myself. it's kind of nice. >> we watched kate grow up in
first time she's worked with kurt on the same film. >> i spent a lot of my child hood on sets visiting my parents. this movie being on a set with him again consecutive days reminded me so much of being a kid, falling in love with the -- with being on set. >> what is that? is everything okay? >> in the film, kate's worlddis rocked when husband mark wahlberg's offshore oil rig exloads and kurt plays the events. >> and according to kurt, the hudson-haun-russell clan might do a project together with mel gibson about the early days of san francisco. >> katie and i, along with oliver and wyatt, we'd love to create something that goldie would want to also play in. >> my mom. i didn't hear that. >> pa's on a role. >> mom's onboard?
that first. see if she's interested. they say never work with your family and we're not listening. >> good thing they aren't because they make a good team. kurt and goldie met making a movie "swing shift" in 1984. >> they also did "overboard" together. >> michael weatherly lets loose on the studio back lot and he gets crazy and meet the woman who keeps him in line at home. >> they talk about the seven-year itch and all i can it. >> what brad and angelina told "e.t." before they went public with the romance. >> there's not much of a love scene in there. >> moving on. moving on. >> closed captioning provided
come on, honey. ?? ?? >> come to daddy. >> in the beginning, was there fire. straight, hot passion. mr. and mrs. smith would mr. any mrs. pitt. we decided to go back to the set where it all started. >> besides cracking my head into the wall and breaking my wrist, it's romantic in a weird way. >> the tango is a great dance. we love that dance. >> their chemistry was undeniable from the start, the close embraces that lingered long after the scene was called and the intense gazes in between takes and the ability to crack each other up.
>> okay. go -- >> the first time i had this kind of pairing where -- where even when it came to fight scenes it was coordinated with this other person and the trust and the ability to throw something, catch it and throw it and it's not -- you're not on your own, and it was nice. it was a nice -- it was nice to learn about how fun that can be and how easier that can be sometimes. >> what we saw on screen and on set sizzled, to downplay the heat in our interviews. >> there's not much of a love scene in there. you want to make something out of it, there's really not. ?? ?? >> moving on. moving on. ?? ?? >> we're very, very competitive. >> she might say so. i didn't feel much competition. >> i mean, great to bounce off of and great fun as you'd expect.
other also prompted average toe share this now eye-brow raising thought about marriage. >> anyone who has been married or in a relationship knows that point where you're not communicating and you're not excited about each other. >> you think this story will have a happy ending? >> happy endings are stories that aren't finished yet. >> this story is far from over. we will have much more tomorrow on brad and angelina's divorce. tonight is the highly anticipated debut of michael weatherly's new series "bull." michael is in california for the amies and i wanted him to feel at home and we walked to new york street for a quick chat, but nothing is quick and easy when it comes to michael. >> we're really in new york. we really are in new york right now. kevin frazier, everybody. that was my dr. phil impression. >> out of this jury pool you're
>> dr. bull doesn't sound anything like dr. phil, but it's based out of his early days as a trial consultant. >> some of my early takes take place in airports and everyone tries to slap my head and i go -- this bull doesn't get head slapped. ?? ?? >> i get to play something different than i did for 13 years, but i'm still having a ball and having a lot of fun and >> he said farewell to agent dinozzo and right before ncis launches its 14th season. when michael find out about his primo tuesday nighttime slot he reacted in the most weatherly way possible. >> i jumped up and down like a kangaroo who had had three cups of coffee. i think i just kept hopping around and my wife was, like, what's going on? i was, like, i can't tell you yet. here is the lead-in and i had to
programming and then it got boring. >> but michael better listen to his wife liana, he's just playing a psychologist while she is a real doctor specializing in internal medicine. >> if the acting thing turns sideways we'll set up a private practice somewhere and i'll be in charge of making it and how much it costs. >> 15 minutes with my wife, and she'll, you know, you can -- >> you're talking about medicine. >> right. really charge whatever we wanted. >> oh, hey, look. tom, how's the forklift business? ?? >> i mean, come on. michael, you have to love him. >> that is michael. michael married really, really well and they will celebrate their seventh anniversary this month. how about this? during our interview she facetimed michael just to say
great one-two punch, right? we have another big show coming up for you. >> this week on "e.t.," empire's taraji p. henson reveals new season secrets. >> somebody is dead. >> plus -- >> we're with tim allen celebrating "home improvement's" anniversary. >> plus -- how idina menzel is following up her frozen smash hit this week on "e.t."
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