Universal Wants Angelina Jolie for The Bride of Frankenstein

Brad Grey and actor Brad Pitt attend the premiere of

Brad Pitt credits "a lot of love" for his youthful looks. Jolie shared that for her husband, the outward appearance wasn't as important as the abilities of a female. Magazine 2015 Innovator Awards at the Museum of Modern Art on November 4, 2015 in NY City.

Speaking of being unaccountable when something collapses, Pitt's newest flop By The Sea, written and directed by his wife Angelina Jolie, grossed only $320,000 in its first ten days to match a production budget of $10 million.

She thinks she would not live a very long time, because she has been worry about death and cancer, but she reportedly said that she is happy as she will be growing old together with her husband and kids.

It remains to be seen whether or not Jolie says yes to either of these, but seeing her in either The Bride of Frankenstein or Wanted 2 would certainly be pretty interesting, eh?

He said: "Yeah, I'll get in there, I'll mess it up a little bit". The faulty gene has affected about eight other members of Jolie's family.

Though Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, whom the media lovingly dubbed "Brangelina", have strictly kept their personal life, well, personal, Jolie has been quite open about her health choices.

Jolie added, "So I knew through the surgeries that this wasn't going to be something that made me feel like less of a woman, because my husband wouldn't let that happen".

Online. It can be remembered that in 2013, the actress also had a preventative double mastectomy after a blood test showed that she had an 87 percent risk of developing breast cancer after her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, dies in 2007 of the same disease, The Daily Telegraph notes.


Although there is no confirmation yet from Jolie, it is clear that Universal wants her to appear in either film.