Will lightning strike twice between married couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie? Set to release their new movie together, “By The Sea,” in November, the Hollywood A-list couple is playing husband and wife after meeting on the set of “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” 10 years ago.

“By The Sea” is Jolie’s next directorial effort after “Unbroken” which premiered in 2014 and brought in $161.4 M worldwide. Set to be released by the end of the year, Jolie’s upcoming movie might be her second chance to bag an award for the 2016 Oscars. That is if the movie will be seen as a strong contender.

Written and produced by the “Maleficent” star, “By The Sea” follows an American writer Roland, played by Pitt and his former dancer wife Vanessa, played by Jolie Pitt, who decided to live in a seaside resort in 1970’s France. But as they lingered in a quiet seaside town with their crumbling marriage, the couple begins to go through the ups and downs of traveling the country and coming into terms with their own unresolved issues.

"This is a story about a relationship derailed by loss, the tenacity of love and the path to recovery and acceptance," according to Jolie’s statement. "It has been a privilege to explore these universal human experiences with such a generous and talented cast and crew."

The couple started the production of the movie in August right after they tied the knot at Chateau Miraval in France. Based on the report, Bradgelina cut their honeymoon short and travelled to the Mediterranean island of Gozo, near Malta, with their kids to shoot the scenes of the movie.

Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley described Jolie’s latest masterpiece as an “intimate gem of a film that will surprise people.” She revealed that movie is set to deliver an experience that fans will not from the couple and was honoured to market and distribute the upcoming flick around the world.

“By The Sea” also stars Mélanie Laurent as Lea and Melvil Poupaud as François, the young newlyweds whom the couple met during their stay in the island. The international ensemble cast also includes Niels Arestrup as Michel and Richard Bohringer as Patrice, both actors played as the village locals.

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