Actress Angelina Jolie at a “Maleficent” costume display at Kensington Palace in London in 2014. (REUTERS/Luke MacGregor)

Georgetown University students in a tizzy over the news of your newest professor, we’re here to disappoint you. Angelina Jolie will not be a visiting professor at the Washington, D.C. school, a spokeswoman for the university said Saturday.

The rumor, which was originally reported by Us Weekly, stems from the (true) announcement that Jolie will be a visiting professor at the London School of Economics this fall. She will deliver guest lectures to students of the school’s one-year master’s degree program on “Women, Peace and Security.”

That program is a “sister program” with the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, spokeswoman Rachel Pugh said, but “there are no current plans for Angelina Jolie to teach at Georgetown.”

And here we thought Brad Pitt was going to become a regular at Baked & Wired. Perhaps the school could hold a screening of “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” for the students instead?

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