The newly married Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are headed to their honeymoon in Malta, which it turns out is a sexy blend of the personal and professional.
Pitt, 50, and Jolie, 39, are preparing for their first on-screen reunion since 2005's Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the movie that started Brangelina's road to the altar.
Their new film, By the Sea, is described as "an intimate, character-driven" drama and was written by Jolie herself. It is also not exactly family friendly.
Pitt and Jolie play a married couple in the South of France (where the couple lives in real life as well) who become sexually obsessed with their neighbors.
French actress Melanie Laurent, who costarred with Pitt in 2009's Inglourious Basterds, will play one of the neighbors in Angelina's latest screenplay.
"I wrote something a few years ago for Brad and me," Jolie said of By the Sea.
"Just for fun. Just an independent little art piece. Because we don't get to do those as much as we'd like. But it's something really small and experimental."
The couple, while mostly reserved and private, has opened up about their relationship very personally in the past, sometimes causing controversy.
Brad said in Jolie "is still a bad girl. Delightfully so. It's not for public consumption."
His comments came after Jolie expressed to 60 Minutes, "I'm still a bad girl. I still have that side of me. It's just in its place now ... It belongs to Brad."
The two also caught flak for talking reverentially about 2005's Mr. & Mrs. Smith as their family love story of sorts, as he was still married at the time.
To Jennifer Aniston. But it looks like Brangelina 4 Life after this week, and we should have new cinematic evidence of it within the next year or two as well.