A report that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are splitting is "totally false" several sources are saying, but Hollywood's glam power couple remained mum Sunday.
"Everything is fine," one source told People.com.
London's News of the World and other sources say otherwise.
The pair reportedly met with California divorce lawyers - even though they're not married - to hash out an amicable division of their vast fortune and custody of their six kids.
Canadian journalist Ian Halperin reported Sunday that a close friend of Pitt's says the hunky actor has been preparing to bail from his five-year relationship with the pillow-lipped Jolie for at least six months.
"He's looked miserable and exhausted the past couple of years because he can't handle Angie's explosive personality and self destructive ways.
The children will reportedly live full-time with Jolie, the News of the World report said.
Buzz about a Brangelina breakup has been circulating for months.
"Brad loves spending time in New Orleans, but Angie doesn't," the source dished. "They fight because of it... She keeps yelling at him that she hates New Orleans and never wants to go back."
The Jolie-Pitts haven't been seen in public together much as of late. They skipped the Golden Globes last week and the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday night, where there was an awkward silence among Pitt's "Inglourious Basterds" co-stars when asked about his absence by reporters.
The scraggly-bearded Pitt also made a solo appearance Friday night in Los Angeles at George Clooney's "Hope for Haiti" telethon, while Jolie is said to be in the Big Apple this week for a Vanity Fair magazine shoot.
Reps for Pitt and Jolie did not returned calls for comment Sunday.
New York Daily News has contributed to the report.
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