Marking her third directorial debut, Angelina Jolie together with her husband Brad Pitt are jetting off to Malta to film their upcoming movie "By the Sea." After a whirlwind French wedding in Chateau Miraval and honeymoon in Nice, the A-list power couple is scheduled to shoot their second movie together after "Mr. & Mrs. Smith."
Celebrating the 10th year anniversary of the couple after they met in the "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" set, the duo tied the knot at the $60 million French estate with their six children as their witness. Shiloh, eight, and Knox, six, are the ring bearers, and sisters Zahara, nine, and Vivienne, six, threw petals for the bride and groom.
In a very private ceremony, Angelina's two sons, Maddox, 13, and Pax, 10, walked her down the aisle as the handsome groom waited for them to give her away. Keeping her promise to her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand, the "Maleficent" star said her "I do" clad in a white dress in front of 22 special guests including their children on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Now that the celebration is over, the newlyweds are set once again to light the fire they once had in the screen for their upcoming movie "By the Sea." Written and directed by Jolie herself, the couple is currently in the Mediterranean island to finalize their movie which is set to hit the theatres in 2015.
Scheduled to last for 10 weeks, the film's production will start in September and both Jolie and Pitt are going to play a married couple. Based on reports, the Oscar-winning pair is set to have some "crazy sex scenes" as they play husband and wife in the "intimate character-driven drama."
"Angelina and her 50-year-old fiancé will reportedly shoot the steamy segments down the street from where their family is staying in Malta," Mail Online reports.
Not a big budget film, Jolie revealed that "By the Sea" is a "kind of movie we love but aren't often cast in." Planning to retire after this movie, the mother of six will debut her second major directorial effort, "Unbroken," on Dec. 25. Meanwhile, Brad Pitt's WWII flick "Fury" with Shia LaBeaouf and Scott Eastwood is set to premiere on Oct. 17.