Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Wedding Frenzy

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrive at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 in Santa Barbara, Calif. where Jolie was to receive the festival's Outstanding Performance of the Year Award in recognition for her work in "A Mighty Heart." AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant

Don't buy any wedding gifts for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie just yet.

Online reports that the couple got married in New Orleans over the weekend are untrue, sources tell both People and Us Magazine.

Although the couple were in New Orleans two weeks ago, they have recently been in Austin where Pitt is filming the movie "Tree Of Life" with Sean Penn.

Over the weekend Star magazine reported that the couple exchanged wedding vows at the French Quarter Wedding Chapel.

"We talked to someone who was there," Star editor-in-chief Candace Trunzo told the Daily News.

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The Rev. Tony Talavera of the French Quarter Wedding Chapel told Life & Style, a magazine that often features questionable stories about the Hollywood power couple, that the story was not true.

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According to OK! magazine, the rumors may have started because of another wedding in the Big Easy.

A couple was married on Saturday at a lavish wedding at St. Louis Cathedral. Sources told the magazine that the wedding was estimated to have a price tag around $500,000, with thousands spent on flowers and decorations. One source said that there were police barricades around the church and that a caravan of cars with a police escort left the ceremony.

But, what sounded like a Hollywood gala event was actually an extravagant wedding thrown by an elite New Orleans family.

By Monday afternoon, Star had retracted its story saying, "After further investigation, (our) sources are not standing by their story. Brad and Angelina's reps have not commented."

Jolie, 32, has been married twice before, to Jonny Lee Miller and then Billy Bob Thorton, both actors. Pitt, 44, was married to actress Jennifer Aniston.

Pitt told Esquire magazine in 2006 that he and Jolie "will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able."

The couple has four children: Maddox, 6, adopted from Cambodia; Pax, 4, adopted from Vietnam; Zahara, 3, adopted from Ethiopia; and Shiloh, their biological daughter, who turns 2 in May. Jolie is expecting again.

By Judy Rosen
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