"Everyone should have it," he told E! News' Terrence Jenkinsat the New York junket for Killing Them Softly, in which Pitt plays, in his words, a guy who gets to "carry a big gun and shoot people."
But when is Pitt, a longtime advocate for the legalization of gay marriage, finally going to exercise his very exclusive right to marry Jolie?
Well, he just laughed when Jenkins joked about receiving Jolie's save-the-date notice in the mail.
But it appears that the Jolie-Pitt nuptials will be happening sooner rather than later.
"We're getting a lot of pressure from the kids," the father of six admitted. "We didn't realize how much it meant to them and then, in getting engaged, how much it also means to us."
And we don't have to tell him how much it's going to mean to us.
For more from Pitt and the New York premiere of Killing Them Softly, tune into E! News on Tuesday at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.