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Samuel L. Jackson doesn't care about Brangelina divorce

Talking about the infamous and divorce, actor Samuel L. Jackson says that he doesn't really care about the split and thinks that everyone else shouldn't either.

Jackson appeared on TV show "Good Morning Britain" on Thursday and said that getting married and then divorce is a part of life, reports aceshowbiz.com.

When asked if he thought the divorce was "sad," Jackson laughed and replied: "It's life, you know? People carry on. People do what they do."

He then argued that some people might care too much because they're happy Jolie lost her husband after stealing him from Jennifer Aniston more than a decade ago.

"There's a huge segment of America that still think that, you know, what he did to Jennifer Aniston was just wrong, and they're just overjoyed that, you know, that the wicked witch lost her husband or whatever," Jackson said.

"And I'm sure there's another segment that thinks that it is sad. And it's a dissolution of another family and all those kids and whatever. But I don't know why it's everybody's business, or why people care anyway," he added.

It emerged on Tuesday that Jolie had filed for divorce from Pitt, her husband of two years, on September 15. They raised six children together.

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Samuel L. Jackson doesn't care about Brangelina divorce

IANS  |  Los Angeles 

Talking about the infamous and divorce, actor Samuel L. Jackson says that he doesn't really care about the split and thinks that everyone else shouldn't either.

Jackson appeared on TV show "Good Morning Britain" on Thursday and said that getting married and then divorce is a part of life, reports aceshowbiz.com.

When asked if he thought the divorce was "sad," Jackson laughed and replied: "It's life, you know? People carry on. People do what they do."

He then argued that some people might care too much because they're happy Jolie lost her husband after stealing him from Jennifer Aniston more than a decade ago.

"There's a huge segment of America that still think that, you know, what he did to Jennifer Aniston was just wrong, and they're just overjoyed that, you know, that the wicked witch lost her husband or whatever," Jackson said.

"And I'm sure there's another segment that thinks that it is sad. And it's a dissolution of another family and all those kids and whatever. But I don't know why it's everybody's business, or why people care anyway," he added.

It emerged on Tuesday that Jolie had filed for divorce from Pitt, her husband of two years, on September 15. They raised six children together.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Samuel L. Jackson doesn't care about Brangelina divorce

Talking about the infamous Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce, actor Samuel L. Jackson says that he doesn't really care about the split and thinks that everyone else shouldn't either.

Talking about the infamous and divorce, actor Samuel L. Jackson says that he doesn't really care about the split and thinks that everyone else shouldn't either.

Jackson appeared on TV show "Good Morning Britain" on Thursday and said that getting married and then divorce is a part of life, reports aceshowbiz.com.

When asked if he thought the divorce was "sad," Jackson laughed and replied: "It's life, you know? People carry on. People do what they do."

He then argued that some people might care too much because they're happy Jolie lost her husband after stealing him from Jennifer Aniston more than a decade ago.

"There's a huge segment of America that still think that, you know, what he did to Jennifer Aniston was just wrong, and they're just overjoyed that, you know, that the wicked witch lost her husband or whatever," Jackson said.

"And I'm sure there's another segment that thinks that it is sad. And it's a dissolution of another family and all those kids and whatever. But I don't know why it's everybody's business, or why people care anyway," he added.

It emerged on Tuesday that Jolie had filed for divorce from Pitt, her husband of two years, on September 15. They raised six children together.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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