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Angelina Jolie will start shooting the Clint Eastwood directed drama next week.
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updated 10/12/2007 7:30:20 PM ET 2007-10-12T23:30:20

Sorry, Frank Sinatra, but it looks like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie no longer want to “be a part of it.”

According to reports, the superstar couple has pulled their five-year-old son, Maddox, out of the Lycée Français de New York school and is getting ready to pack up and leave New York City altogether.

Now that Pitt has wrapped shooting on his latest project, “Burn After Reading,” in New York, it appears it’s back to Los Angeles for the Jolie-Pitt clan.

Jolie is set to begin filming the Clint Eastwood-directed drama “The Changeling,” while Pitt begins production on the crime thriller “State of Play” with Edward Norton and Rachel McAdams later this month, according to Us Weekly.

On Thursday, Jolie was photographed leaving school with Maddox, who appeared to have a goodbye card made by his classmates tucked under his arm.

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