Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie announced sometimes before that they will get marry soon. The question was asked from them frequently but they did not respond well. Sometimes ago they declared that they do not marry until gay marriage is given the legal status nationwide.
Brad Pitt gave a look when he appeared in the special screening of Cinema Society for the movie “Killing Them Softly”. This event was held at the SVA Theatre.
Brad Pitt wants to live a married life but on the other hand he thought that things change immediately.
Pitt appeared in the red carpet show of the screening of Cinema Society “Killing Them Softly” on Monday night. In this show both of them will walk together down the aisle.
Brad Pitt who is already 48, while attending the Visual Arts Theatre in Chelsea declared that his children put pressure on him and wanted to do something for them in their life.
Pitt said that everyone should be available the services of most sacred institution and he believe in such principles. He is also strongly in favor of getting marriage with Jolie who is currently working for the Maddox Jolie-Pitt foundation for the gay marriage laws in Cambodia.
Previously both stated that they are working for gay marriage laws nationwide and whenever these laws are not enforced they will not get marriage.
The win of President Obama for the second term may bring them near to the altar.
Brad Pitt showed some hope that it seems the time has come to consider these laws and enforce them to give the equal right for the benefit of the mankind. He assured that with the imposition of equal rights in the country for which we are working hard for many years, will be enforced in the country and make the clear picture of the country and make it greater for everyone.
He also showed his belief that when did he started this, since then he hoped that his beliefs will come true and every one with get equal right and it should be.
Pitt also performed his acting in the movie whose direction was given by Andrew Domenik, various other experienced actors like Ray Liotta, Vincent Curetola and James Gandolfini performed.