Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Divorce: Jennifer Aniston To Celebrate Brangelina Split By Making A Movie With Ex?

5:34 AM EDT 3/22/2017 by Colt, Celebeat Reporter

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It seems like it was just yesterday when the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce news shook Hollywood. Now, a new report claims that the "Money Monster" actor may work with his ex, Jennifer Aniston, in a new project. Is this shocking move an effort  to celebrate the infamous Brangelina split?

“Jen would work with Brad on screen,” the source said. “It would have to be the perfect role and all the stars would have to align, but it’s definitely something that would benefit their careers." Understandably, it would be awkward for the former Hollywood power couple to be working together in the same location most of the time, so Jennifer Aniston suggested that they could start with an animation film first.

"She has thought maybe it would be easier for them to start something as voices on a future animated film — not characters that would be romantic with each other," the source added. "She would highly consider it, so much so that she thinks it’s more likely than a Friends reunion.”

After heading to Splitsville over 10 years ago, maybe now is the right time for the 54-year-old "World War Z" actor and Jennifer Aniston to put the past behind them and do a project together now that the Brad Pitt and Angelina divorce is going to happen soon. While some are excited for their reunion, one fan noted that the "Friends" actress will definitely benefit from the Brangelina split.

The fan said that Jennifer Aniston's movies have been unsuccessful after their split while the 54-year-old actor and producer maintains the success of his career. So in other words, the Brad Pitt and Angelina divorce will be the boost that Justin Theroux' wife need for her quiet career.

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