Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt

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They came, they saw, they conquered.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt attended the premiere of her new flick Salt Monday night in L.A. and the two did not disappoint.

A.J., dressed in a strapless sparkly Emporio Armani mini dress, spent more than 20 minutes taking pictures with fans (with both her camera and theirs) while a cleanly shaven and super doable Pitt was constantly by her side. Brad looks like he did in the Meet Joe Black days. Yeah, super yum!

After skipping most of the press line, Brad ran inside while Angie tried to find "the good outlets" to talk to. Well guess what, we were lucky enough to chat with the brunette babe about why the hell she is such a badass, and what Brad and their kids think about her ass-kicking new role:

"I love it," Angelina told us on the black carpet about her new flick and why she kicks butt so well (and looks good doing it). "I just love to jump around and break things."

But really, how the hell does she always pull off badass in such style?

"I think if the actor is having a good time and the audience is, then you just have a good time together," she smiled.

As for her children, they aren't exactly enjoying their mom playing super spy—just yet.

"They saw a clip and were a little disturbed," Angie dished to reporters on the carpet. "They didn't like it."

Without giving too much of a spoiler alert away, the opening scene is what rubbed the young Jolie-Pitt's the wrong way.

"I mean they liked the fun part of [Salt]. They came to set and saw me do stunts, but in the clip there's someone tying my feet up," Angelina explained describing their hesitation.

As for Brad? Let's just say he was a little more than turned on by Angelina's onscreen moves.

"Oh, he likes it," the skinny star said about her new action packed role. "He met me that way!"

Check back in a bit to see how Brad and Angelina celebrated later on.

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