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Pitt,Jolie wow at the premiere of Tarantino’s film

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie dazzled the Cannes Film Festival with their much awaited red carpet appearance.

Written by Agencies | Cannes |
May 21, 2009 3:02:59 pm

Hollywood royalty Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie dazzled the Cannes Film Festival with their much awaited red carpet appearance for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Inglorious Basterds’.

The couple looked much in love as they walked hand in hand at the red carpet,silencing recent rumours suggesting that there was trouble in ‘Brangelina’ paradise.

Jolie looked stunning in a floor-length tea-rose Versace gown,which was slashed to the thigh,showing off her slender legs while partner Brad Pitt looked dapper in a tuxedo by Tom Ford.

Pitt,who plays Lieutenant Aldo Raine in Tarantino’s World War II drama,joked that he was drunk when he signed the film.

“Quentin came to visit me with the script. We talked about the back-story and about movies. I got up the next day and there were five empty bottles of wine lying on the floor-five- and something resembling smoking apparatus.

“I don’t know what that was about. Somehow I had agreed to do the movie,and six weeks later I was in an uniform playing Aldo Raine,” the actor said in a press conference.

Pitt plays the leader of a group,who orders his men to bring him 100 Nazi scalps.

Tarantino,who is vying for a second Palme d’Or with the film after his 1994 win with ‘Pulp Fiction’,said that the film could be viewed as a “Jewish revenge fantasy,featuring as it does a band of Jewish-American soldiers who exact bloody retribution on the Nazis behind enemy lines in France.”

Tarantino celebrated the screening by re-enacting the famous dance sequence from ‘Pulp Fiction’ at the red carpet.

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