In case anyone was wondering which film Brad Pitt was making when he allegedly hooked up with Marion Cotillard, here it is.
Pitt and Cotillard co-star in Allied, a World War II thriller that brings together intelligence officer (Pitt) and French Resistance fighter (Cotillard) in North Africa in 1942.
Rumors of an affair have followed Pitt and Cotillard since they started filming in London, and Page Six reports that Pitt's estranged wife, Angelina Jolie hired a private investigator to follow Pitt.
In fact, it was "the last straw" for Jolie, who filed for divorce on September 19th.
According to sources close to Cotillard, however, these are just rumors, and hold no truth.
Cotillard has been in a relationship with actor/director Guillaume Canet since 2007. The couple has a five-year-old son together.
"Marion and Guillaume are blissfully happy, and these kind of claims are not what Marion wants to be hearing," a source told the Daily Mail.
"Claims that she’s cheating on Guillaume with Brad will leave her absolutely devastated. This doesn’t sound like her at all."
Back in August, Allied producer Graham King told People that leading stars were definitely up to the task of making such an action-packed movie.
"Brad and Marion immediately had the utmost respect for each other, so once they delved into their characters, their chemistry was electric," King said.
"It was crucial for Brad and Marion to not only begin rehearsing together before the shoot, but they also spent a lot of time developing their characters.
"By the time we got to set, it was really amazing to see these characters already feel lived in and real."
Neither Jolie nor Pitt have given (or plan to give) a reason for their split, other than what has been listed on court documents.
Some say it was Pitt's partying, while others claim it was Jolie who grew tired of Hollywood and wanted to do something more meaningful with her life.
Whatever the case, both are being protective of their six children - Maddox, Shiloh, Pax, Zahara, Knox and Vivienne.
"I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the well-being of our kids," Pitt said in a statement to People on September 20th.
"I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time."