You've got to know, did Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett have an affair? One minute Brad Pitt is leaving Angelina Jolie and the next minute those gossip-hopper magazines are saying they are the perfect couple and nothing is wrong. You can’t tell what to believe when it comes to the stars and how they are followed by the Paparazzi just to get some dirt.
Considering what happened on the movie Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2004, the trusting of Brad Pitt has become speculative at best. He and Angelina have been together now for six years. Although they never married, they share in the raising of their children and enjoying life and making movies
However, after the movie "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" came out, tongues were wagging again about whether Brad and Cate Blanchett had an affair. Did Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett have an affair?
Certainly. On screen they had an affair of the ages that some only dream about. It is the movies, after all. Off screen, it seems to be all speculation or something the public is expecting happened. Every time he has a movie with an actress, that "will he or won’t he" speculation will rear its ugly head. Some reviewers have even made comment that there was no chemistry between Brad and Cate in the movie. It was lacking and she probably thought he was ok and that was it. Those who watched him on Oprah with Cate, said he looked too stiff and uncomfortable and Cate was shocked to know he had six kids. Not too eye-catching on the affair circuit is it?
Then again, who really knows? In 2009, he said there was "no dastardly affair" with Angelina Jolie while he was with Jennifer Aniston. We think that horse has been beaten to death, resuscitated and beaten again, just for good measure.
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