Clint and Angelina talk to USA Today’s Anthony Breznican:
When Jolie is about to describe her impressions of Eastwood, he gets up and pretends he’s going to leave the room. “This is really hard in front of him,” she says. “That’s it, Clint. Go outside! I’m going to really embarrass you. I’ve never seen you embarrassed, actually.”
After feigning toward the door, Eastwood instead grabs a bottle of water and returns to his spot beside her on the couch, prepared to squirm.
Jolie lets him have it with both barrels. “He is, to me, very much the ideal man. Maybe it’s generational, but I think we could use more of it. People look up to him. He is absolutely who he is. He doesn’t apologize to anybody. He has very, very strong, decisive opinions and is very gracious as a man, as a friend and somebody on set as a director, too.”
Eastwood looks as if he’s ready to head for the door again. And the way she’s talking, maybe Pitt will kick it down first.
Jolie laughs. Eastwood may be the ideal man, she says, “but Brad knows that he’s my ideal man.”