Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Quentin Tarantino

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Working with director Quentin Tarantino is kind of a staple in an actor's life. It's a guy thing.

Brad Pitt told E! News that this Inglourious Basterds collaboration was almost eight years in the making, so when the script finally came to him he simply had to do it.

After persuading one of, if not the, biggest movie stars in the world to do your project, how the hell does Quentin only go up from here? Angelina Jolie, of course.

"I would love to work with [Angelina]," Tarantino told us at the I.B. premiere earlier this week. "It just has to be the right character."

So what kind of character do you see Angie playing? Bounty hunter? Manslayer? Sexually confused drug addict? Maybe an Amy Winehouse biopic or somethin'?

"Oh, I don't know yet! I can't answer like that. I have to write it and come up with the character first," Q.T. told us—and then see if Jolie fits the part.

Two is always better than one, doncha think? Would you consider directing something for Angie and Brad?

"If I were lucky enough and could write something that's appropriate, I would love it if they wanted to."

Call us crazy, but we totally see a movie brewing here. Even thought Angie told us another collaboration with lovah Brad wouldn't be possible because of the kids, no one informed Mr. Pitt about that.

"Never," always-the-jokester Brad told us when we asked him if he would do another Jolie flick before adding, "Come on...of course I would!"

Help Quentin out here, you all. What kind of movie do you think he should write for Mr. and Mrs. Jolie-Pitt? We totally foresee Angie playing a brooding, slightly orgasmic-type role. Genre: dark romance (black and white preferably)—like Casablanca, but with lots of blood, decapitations and raunchy sex.

Heaven knows they practice it enough!

What say you all for Brad and Angie's first pic together since the one that launched them as the biggest real-life duo since Jesus and Mary?

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