Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are forcing journalists to sign a strict legal document forbidding them from asking questions about their relationship.

The Mr And Mrs Smith co-stars are fed-up of speculation about their rumoured romance, and have finally decided the subject should be off-limits.

And should any member of the press refuse to cooperate, the Hollywood twosome can sue them for an "undisclosed" sum, according to website PAGESIX.COM.

Jolie's lawyer, ROBERT OFFER, released a statement which included the following rules, "Interviewer will not ask Ms Jolie any questions regarding her personal relationships.

"In the event interviewer does ask Ms Jolie any questions regarding her personal relationships, Ms Jolie will have the right to immediately terminate the interview and leave."

It was also stipulated in Jolie's contract that interviewers must stick to questions about the movie being publicised.

Pitt is more flexible in his demands - agreeing to discuss his charity work with the MAKE POVERTY HISTORY campaign as well as upcoming projects.

06/06/2005 17:40