by Radar Staff
It's the most bandied-about question in Hollywood: When will Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie tie the knot?
Pitt's given his answer before, and it doesn't change on Thursday's edition of Ellen, where the king of the A-list makes it clear he and his partner won't exchange "I do's" until everyone can.
"I’ve said that we would not be getting married until everyone in this county had the right to get married," Pitt told host Ellen Degeneres. "We live in this great country that is about freedom. It is defined by our freedom and equality and yet we allow this discrimination to go on everyday and that’s not what we’re about -- that’s not what makes us great.
"Until that is reversed, I just don’t get it," Pitt said, launching into an Italian accent. "It'a make'a no sense to me!"
Degeneres said, "Thank you: So that means if like, next week if it’s legal for everyone to get married that you would then be getting married the very next day?
"It seems," Pitt said.
"Doesn’t that seem like the right thing?" Degeneres asked.
"I do," Pitt said. "The kids are putting on the heat. They really are. They are putting on the heat."
"You’ll still hold out?" Degeneres said.
"How do you I get it out this one?" Pitt said. "Somebody help me. I don’t know what the future holds!"
Pitt plays Oakland Athletics G.M. Billy Beane in Moneyball, which hits theaters on Friday, September 23.