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Say it ain't so... Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are headed for divorce.

News outlets reported that the 41-year-old actress filed for divorce from the 52-year-old actor Monday after two years of marriage and more than a decade together.

Jolie and Pitt tied the knot at their Ch√Ęteau Miraval estate in Correns, France, in 2014. The couple share six children: Maddox, Pax, Knox, Shiloh, Zahara and Vivienne.

Jolie is requesting physical custody of the children, according to TMZ. She will not seek spousal support.

Would you like to know how Mr. Pitt feels about all of this? Be sure to read the first story in today's issue.

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Brad Pitt on divorce from Angelina Jolie: 'What matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids'
Brad Pitt is speaking for the first time following news that his wife Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce.

"I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids," the actor said in a statement to E! News.

"I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time," he continued, asking for the pair's six children to be left out of the spotlight as their marriage comes to an end.

Pitt and Jolie who married in Correns, France in 2014 and have been together for over a decade, share 15-year-old Maddox, 12-year-old Pax, 11-year-old Zahara, 10-year-old Shiloh and 8-year-olds Knox and Vivienne.

On Tuesday, news outlets reported that Jolie, 41, filed for divorce from Pitt, 52, citing irreconcilable differences. Jolie is said to not be seeking spousal support and is requesting sole custody of the children with Pitt getting visitation rights and joint legal custody.

"I love awards, I love accolades, but that's not why I got into the business. For me, it's how will she be moved? Is she going to be proud? All that other stuff I didn't care about. It wasn't about an award. Like, I don't care. It's about Katherine. Will she feel and see herself in that moment?"
--Taraji P. Henson, on making mathematician Katherine Johnson proud of the actress's portrayal in Hidden Figures, to PEOPLE

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Which actor has confirmed his exit from the Church of Scientology?

'8 Mile,' 'L.A. Confidential' filmmaker Curtis Hanson dead at 71
Oscar-winning filmmaker Curtis Hanson died Tuesday at his home in the Hollywood Hills. He was 71.

The Hollywood Reporter confirmed his death with the Los Angeles Police Department.

The Nevada native's films included Losin' It, The Bedroom Window, Bad Influence, The River Wild, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, L.A. Confidential, Wonder Boys, 8 Mile, In Her Shoes and Lucky You.

His final movie was 2012's Chasing Mavericks, which was completed by Michael Apted after Hanson left the project due to illness.

Variety said the writer and director had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease in recent years.

He is survived by a 12-year-old son and his partner, Rebecca Yeldham, a producer.

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Which actor has confirmed his exit from the Church of Scientology?

Jason Lee has confirmed that he has left the Church of Scientology in a new interview about his life since moving to Denton, Texas.

Lee who had started practicing the religion in the early '90s, relocated his family including wife Ceren Alkac, their daughter Casper, 8, and son Sonny, 4, in 2015 in order to live a quieter lifestyle.

According to the actor, locally there had been rumors that he was looking to build a Scientology center in the area.

"Being that we don't practice Scientology, and that we aren't particularly interested in opening religious centers in general, we have no plans to open a Scientology center," he said to local publication The Dentonite in order to address the rumors.

"Quite a few rumors about me/us floating around but none of it's true," Lee continued. "We're not here to buy up or change or take over Denton, put some kind of personal stamp on it. We're just here like anyone else who wants to be a part of Denton's very cool creative community, and to be involved and perhaps help where we can."

Lee is the latest celebrity to abandon the religion following director Paul Haggis who left Scientology in 2009 and actress Leah Remini who quit in 2013. Remini was outspoken against the church last year, publishing a memoir entitled Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology in which she chronicled her time with the religion.

"The decision to leave is you are giving up everything you've worked for your whole life," she said in an interview at the time to promote the book. "As time goes on, you start to lose touch with the real world. The mindset becomes 'us against them.'"

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