Gossip Cop has debunked a report that claimed Angelina Jolie might get "jealous" of husband Brad Pitt and co-star Marion Cotillard being nominated for the Oscar Awards next year for their upcoming film Allied. The website said that there is no truth in reports which claimed "[there's] a good chance that it [Oscar nomination] might leave Angelina Jolie completely envious if not regretful that she hasn't had a well-received film in years".

A source told the website that the report is "non-sense". Moreover, it said that Jolie would be thrilled if her husband were to win his first-ever Oscars as the couple are "completely supportive of each other's careers".

Gossip Cop also pointed out that the report claimed the Oscar-winning actress "hasn't had a hit since her 2005 film, Mr & Mrs Smith", which is completely untrue. Jolie has tasted success on the box office such for films such as Wanted, Salt, the Kung Fu Panda series and Maleficent. She even had a major hit as a director with the 2014 war drama Unbroken.

Celeb Dirty Laundry had reported that the duo's potential nomination "might leave Angelina Jolie not only jealous, but shut out of any Oscar or award considerations in the coming months... There's no doubt that Angelina Jolie will feel like she's once again being left in the shadows by her more successful husband."

Jolie and Pitt tied the knot in August 2014, nine years after the actor separated from Jennifer Aniston.

The movie which is set to release on 23 November is directed by Robert Zemeckis. The World War II drama Allied will see two assassins – played by Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard – fall in love and get married only to discover that one is a double agent that the other must kill.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt along with wife Angelina Jolie Kevin Winter/Getty Images