Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to undergo mediation to solve vineyard dispute

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Warring former couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have reportedly made some headway in their bitter dispute over their vineyard Chateau Miraval.

The pair have agreed to undergo mediation which may settle their issues.

In documents filed last week regarding the vineyard dispute, it says that both Brad, 59, and Angelina, 48, have agreed to mediation as an alternative method of dispute resolution, rather than the matter going to court.

It is also reported that Angelina has said that she’s willing to take part in a settlement conference.

Brad is also believed to have appointed a “provisional administrator” vineyard in a bid to resolve the war between himself and the Russians Angelia sold her share of the business to, which sparked the ongoing row between the two.

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The move came at Brad’s suggestion, according to MailOnline, in the hope that he can protect the highly successful wine business which he has helped to build, in conjunction with French wine-makers Famille Perrin.

The mediation will see an independent figure come in to assess the winery and how it is run.

They will then facilitate negotiations between Brad and Nouvel, which is the investment company Angelina sold to Stoli Vodka boss Yuri Shefler. has contacted representatives for both Brad and Angelina for comment.

The news of the mediation comes less than two weeks after F1 star Lewis Hamilton confirmed that the upcoming Formula One movie for Apple TV starring Brad is still filming despite the Hollywood actors’ strike.

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Lewis spoke to reporters about the filming in Hungary. “Fortunately for us, you can see the team is here, APX is here, and we’re still filming, luckily, with the drivers that we have,” he said.

“So, hopefully, we can continue to still get some important parts of the filming done.”

The Mercedes driver is a co-producer on the project, which rival Max Verstappen hit out at after the British GP.

While the teams were welcoming to Brad and the production crew, Verstappen was left rather unimpressed by the whole ordeal. “I think they’re going to use some shots of everybody, in terms of onboard cameras and stuff,” he said.

“I completely can’t be bothered with this. In the end, a film is always made to create a little bit of a show in it. Because yes, of course, it won’t all be real. But I think it’s all fine. I’m actually not that much into it.”

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