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Video: Jolie confirms she's having twins

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updated 5/14/2008 1:41:16 PM ET 2008-05-14T17:41:16

It’s twins for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt!

In an interview that took place in Cannes on Wednesday with the TODAY show’s Natalie Morales (airing Wednesday night on Access Hollywood and Thursday morning on TODAY) Jolie confirmed the baby news that has been rumored for months.

The twins will be the couple’s fifth and sixth children.

Jolie confirmed the news in a side-by-side interview with Jack Black — they are promoting their new Dreamworks animated film, “Kung Fu Panda.”

Black was the first to let the news slip, and then Jolie followed up with her own confirmation.

“You’re gonna have as many as (the) ‘Brady Bunch’ when you have these,” Black joked.

“It’s confirmed? Is it two?” Morales asked.

“Yeah, yeah, we’ve confirmed that already,” Jolie responded. “Well, Jack’s just confirmed it actually.”

“Is that true?” Black said jokingly.

“Yeah, you did,” Jolie replied.

Slideshow: First comes baby “Sorry,” Black concluded.

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“So you’re having twins?” Morales asked as Jolie nodded.

“Do you know the sexes of the babies?” Moralas asked. “Or are you keeping that private?”

“We would like to keep that private,” Jolie replied.

“Are you going to stay here in France to deliver?” Morales also asked at one point.

“Possibly,” Jolie answered.

Jolie also talked extensively with Morales about her family — how her kids are all very proud of where they’re each from.

She says that all of her kids loved watching “Kung Fu Panda.”

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