Only one months has passed since Brad Pitt tied the knot for a second time to his longtime partner, and mother to their six children, Angelina Jolie, and he already can feel how marriage has strengthened their relationship.

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Pitt feels "there's more" to marriage than just a title

While covering British GQ's November 2014 issue, the 50 year-old actor briefly expressed what saying "I Do" represented. "I wouldn't say (marriage is) just a title, there's more to it than that," he said.

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Although the Hollywood star didn't say too much about his new wife, he did comment on the importance of spending time with his kids, Maddox, 13, Pax, 10, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and Vivienne and Knox, 6, in the near future.

"I've been slowing down for a while now. And slowly transitioning to other things," he explained about starting new projects. "And, truthfully, I do want to spend more time with my kids before they're grown up and gone."

One thing Pitt was surprisingly candid about was some behind-the-scenes drama that occurred on the set of his next movie 'Fury,' which involved co-stars Shia LaBeouf and Scott Eastwood.

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"We were driving down the road, I'm in the turret, Shia is at the other turret, and Scott is on the back, spitting juice. And I'm starting to get pissed off, I'm starting to get hot, because this is our home, he's disrespecting our home, you know? So I said, in the scene with the cameras rolling, 'You're going to clean that s--t up.' Shia clocks it, and you have to understand, we've been through severe boot camp already. We've been through a lot in this tank. Shia saw it and felt the same-he's disrespecting our home," Pitt told GQ. "So, Shia had the same reaction I did and started having some words...Then I had to get in after the cameras were rolling and explain it to Scotty, you know."

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"The funny thing is, when we got home at the end of the day and read the script, it said Scotty's character is 'chewing tobacco and spitting it on the back of the tank,'" he continued. "He was just doing as instructed in the script! So we were the knobs in the end."

Apart from this one-off incident, Pitt couldn't speak more highly of working alongside LeBeouf in the World War II flick. "Oh, I love this boy. He's one of the best actors I've ever seen. He's full-on commitment, man. He's living it like no one else, let me tell you. I've been fortunate to work with a lot of great actors. He's one of the best I've seen," he gushed.