Watch Brad Pitt And Marion Cotillard Kiss In New 'Allied' Trailer

The trailer for the wartime drama Allied has just been released, hours after the announcement of Pitt's divorce from Angelina Jolie​

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The term 'jumping on the bandwagon' has never suited a situation more so than right now.

Following the news yesterday that Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt after two years of marriage, Hollywood has decided now would be the right time to release the trailer for the Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard's up-coming spy film, Allied.

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Wow. Subtly isn't your strong point, is it Hollywood?

Directed by Academy-Award winner Robert Zemeckis, the 1940s drama sees Pitt play an intelligence officer who falls in love with a French Resistance fighter (Cotillard).

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In the trailer, the pair are seen shootings Nazis, kissing in the backseat of a car and moving to London to start a family. However, wartime allegiances appear to threaten their duo's relationship, with Pitt having to choose between his family and duty to his country.

Seeing her soon-to-be ex-husband kissing Marion isn't exactly what Angelina needs right now, Hollywood. 

Watch the trailer for Allied below:

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