Brad quickly snuck inside, telling me, "Sorry, George. I'm off tonight."
That's because this is Angelina's movie.
"Salt" is an adrenaline-filled action movie with Angelina's character, Evelyn Salt, working for the CIA. When she's accused of being a Russian spy, things get really wild.
Angelina proudly did her own stunts for this movie.
"Just a lot of hand-to-hand combat, but the jumping stuff, which was a lot of that, you just have to jump," said Angelina.
Asked how she made it through dangerous, high-rise apartment stunts, Angelina replied, "Fortunately, I'm not afraid of heights, so I like it. I actually do like it. I'm a little odd that way."
"We want to do our own stunts. But some people are very talented to do their own stunts -- Angie's one of them," said actor Jon Voight, Angelina's father. "But for a father, it's not easy to watch some of the stuff."
"Salt" is fast-paced, and keeps you guessing every step of the way.
"I like that, too. It was amazing," said "Salt" co-star Liev Schreiber. "It is just non-stop. It comes at you from every angle."
When the movie ends, you realize there's an opportunity for a "Salt" sequel.
"We've all spoken about maybe a sequel," said director Phillip Noyce. "But it's up to those guys out there to vote at the box office."
"Salt" opens Friday. It's rated PG-13.