One tabloid magazine has Brad Pitt making late night phone calls to ex-wife Jennifer Aniston.
Another has Pitt moving out of his and Angelina Jolie's rented Long Island mansion.
But from the looks of things Tuesday night at the Cannes Film Festival, Pitt and Jolie sure don't look like a couple on the brink.
Hollywood's most powerful (and prettiest) pair celebrated with the cast and crew of Pitt's new WWII flick 'Inglourious Basterds' at the Michelangelo in Cap D'Antibes, France on Tuesday night, when the two were spotted smooching away.
Jolie had arrived in France from Holland where she was observing a war crimes trial at The Hague. Pitt was already in Cannes to promote and attend the premiere of his Quentin Tarantino-directed film.
"The dinner was a private event for the entire cast of Quentin Tarantino's film," a restaurant staffer told People.com. "They all had a wonderful time. Angelina and Brad were lovely, the loveliest people I have ever met!"
Tarantino said he came to visit Pitt last summer with the script for 'Basterds.' Pitt said the two stayed up late talking about the film.
"I got up the next morning and saw five empty wine bottles laying on the floor. Five. And something that resembled a smoking apparatus. I don't know what that was all about," Pitt said. "And apparently, I agreed to do the movie, because six weeks later, I was in uniform. I was Lt. Aldo Raine."
Debuting in theaters in the United States and elsewhere starting in late August, "Inglourious Basterds" is one of 20 films competing for the Palme d'Or, Cannes top prize, the award Tarantino won with 1994's "Pulp Fiction."