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Love, Angelina-stylecan get complicated

Angelina Jolie isn’t involved with a man; she’s involved with men — but she’s refusing to name either one.
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Angelina Jolie isn’t involved with a man; she’s involved with two men — but she’s refusing to name either one.

The “Alexander” star discussed her unusual love life while promoting the flick in Australia, but also says that she’s not looking for romance right now: “I’m just still coming to terms with exactly what that is for me, but I would be looking for the best father in the world and a guy who is up at night trying to figure out how best to do some good things, things for other people. Until then I’ll just stay where I am.”

One relationship that she has no interest in, however, is the one with her father, “Midnight Cowboy” star Jon Voight, who has made repeated attempts to reconcile with his famous daughter.

“If there are people in your life that make your stomach go into knots or make you feel like you could throw up from nerves or you see people you care about cry, and there’s tension and unrest, you can’t have that,” Jolie told the Sydney Daily Telegraph. “At some point you have to decide you’re just not going to have that around. So I will never have to worry about my son having a bad relationship with [Voight]. I won’t have to worry about me being frustrated or upset or emotional or imbalanced for my kid. We just don’t understand each other as people. I have no animosity. I don’t hate him, I have no anger. I just can’t have that in my life. So I don’t think there’ll be a time when I want it.”

No hanky-panky with Pitt

BERLIN - DECEMBER 15: Actor Brad Pitt arrives at the German Premiere for the film \"Ocean's Twelve\" - the sequel to \"Ocean's Eleven\" - at the Cinestar at the Sony Center on December 15, 2004 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Brad PittSean Gallup / Getty Images Europe

Angelina Jolie’s relationship with her father isn’t the only one that’s tough.

The blood was so bad between Jolie and Doug Liman, the director of “Mr. And Mrs. Smith,” that Jolie’s co-star Brad Pitt pretty much directed Jolie in the film, according to British magazine OK!

But the publication also dismisses the buzz that there was any hanky panky between Jolie and Pitt.

“You can tell when people are messing around, and they weren’t,” a source told OK! “If they had an affair, it was well-hidden. But Pitt took to directing Jolie because she and director Liman weren’t getting along.”

Notes from all over

LOS ANGELES - JANUARY 5: Actress Carmen Electra attends the premiere of the 2005 Volkswagen Jetta at The Lot January 5, 2005 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Carmen ElectraCarlo Allegri / Getty Images North America

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