Brad Pitt Says Kids Haven't Necessarily Changed His Mind On Marriage

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrive at the premiere of Paramount's 'The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button' in Los Angeles Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrive at the premiere of Paramount's 'The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button' in Los Angeles

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have six kids together and they have hinted that their family could continue to grow, but that doesn’t mean Brad and Angelina will be walking down the aisle anytime soon.

Access Hollywood caught up with Brad at the premiere of his new movie, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” in Los Angeles Monday night, where the father of six shed some light on the question of marriage for the Pitt-Jolie family.

When Access’ Maria Menounos asked Brad about reports that the animated film “Shrek” had caused his kids to question why he was not married to Angelina, the actor had a good chuckle.

“You know more than I do,” Brad said with a laugh.

Maria explained reports of an ogre-inspired marriage conversation that the Pitt-Jolie kids supposedly had with he and Angelina. “Yeah, oh then, then it must be true,” he said smiling.

Maria pressed further asking if the kids had changed their stance on marriage. “No, I mean, it’s something… the idea of it hasn’t helped or hindered us at this time,” Brad said. “There may [be] a time when we feel it’s important.”

Brad, who donated $100K in the effort to defeat California’s anti-gay marriage initiative, Proposition 8, in September, said he still longs for marriage equality.

“I’m a believer that it should be [important],” Brad continued. “It’s important for everyone and everyone should be able to.”

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