Talk about a private couple!
Newlyweds, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, reportedly paid locals of Gonzo to leave their homes and businesses in order to ensure privacy of their new film, “By The Sea”.
Numerous sources have reported that the couple is paying local businesses situated on the Mediterranean Island $200,000 to owners willing to leave.
The married couple has planned to set camp with their children in Gonzo during their two month stay.
It appears that locals however don’t have a problem with the duo taking over their homeland.
Page Six reported, “A lot of people have agreed to leave the island so that they can have privacy to film the movie.”
According to the source, “The set is being built there to recreate the French Riviera.”
Sounds like a lot of work to do, no wonder the pair have decided to make a semi permanent home on the island.
Perez Hilton as well revealed that Brad and Angelina would bunk in a 100-foot yacht with their six children.
“By The Sea” will be the second film that Brad and Angelina will star in together, this time however, both would officially be a husband and wife.
The movie, which is set to release in 2016, will focus on the couple’s relationship.
The film will be written and directed by Mrs. Angelina Jolie herself and will be produced by the lovebirds.
We just might get a glimpse of Brangelina’s love life, or at least a reenactment of it.