Angelina Jolie gets marriage advice from Jack Black
Angelina Jolie received some advice from her "Kung Fu Panda" co-star Jack Black, who claimed that sex improves after marriage.
"I think the sex actually improves once you've sealed the deal," Black told Entertainment Tonight. "For me, once we sealed the deal, once you shut off the exit holes and say 'No, this is it, we're in it for life,' then we were able to really let loose."
Black married musician Tanya Haden in March 2006. The couple has two sons, Samuel Jason, 4, and Thomas David, 3. The comic actor and Jolie co-starred in the films "Kung Fu Panda" and "Kung Fu Panda 2."
Black also suggested that the couple ditch the kids for their honeymoon.
"I recommend to Brad and Angie, go to Big Sur for your honeymoon," Black continued. "Leave the eight kids with the nannies just for a couple days."
Black made his comments while promoting his upcoming film "Bernie" with co-star Shirley MacLaine, who didn't share his opinions about sex improving after marriage.
"Bernie," which is slated to hit theaters on May 3, is based on the true story of convicted murderer Bernhardt Tiede (Black), who confessed to killing a wealthy 81-year-old widow named Marjorie Nugent (MacLaine) in 1996. Prior to admitting the crime, however, Bernie tried to convince everyone that she was still alive.
It was announced on April 13 that Jolie and her longtime partner Brad Pitt had gotten engaged. The two have been together for more than six years and are parents to six children.
Jolie has previously been married two times - to her "Hackers" co-star, Jonny Lee Miller, and Billy Bob Thornton, who appeared with her in the film "Pushing Tin." Both of the previous marriages lasted three years.
Rumors of a romantic affair between Pitt and Jolie began to circulate in 2004, when they filmed the spy movie "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," which saw them playing a married couple. Pitt divorced Jennifer Aniston, his first and only wife, in 2005. He and Jolie stepped out together publicly that year. The two are parents to three adopted children, Maddox, Pax and Zahara, and three biological children, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne.
Watch Jack Black's interview and a trailer for "Bernie" below.